" Sukh Mahal " : Kipling's Destination

 Sukh Mahal was the pleasure palace of past rulers but evokes memories of the famous writer Rudyard Kipling who stayed here and is believed to have found inspiration for his well-known work Kim. Many stories are told about this palace; it is said that it was connected to the old palace through a tunnel so that the princes had the freedom to sneak away from the watchful eyes of their elders. The highlight of the palace is the white marble chhatri that stands in the centre of the roof of the second storey.

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Combine Fee for Four Monuments
(Rani ji ki Baori, Sukh Mahal, Museum & 84 Pillared Cenotaph)
Foreign Tourist - INR 350
Indian - INR 75
Students - INR 20
Fee for Single Monument
Foreign Tourist - INR 200
Indian - INR50