Jag Mandir’s Also referred as ‘Garden of Heaven’, it was used as a palace for holding royal parties and summer resort. Jag Mandir Palace has some fascinating and marvelous carvings such as a row of the elephant look as guards of the Palace. It has amazingly architecture Mahals and scenic gardens. Now it is converted to a luxurious heritage hotel
• Jag Mandir is one of the best examples of merge of Indian and Islamic architecture. These structure is built for refugees as a symbol of friendship as the sensual gratification of pleasure pavilions is best explained in this verse from Amir Khusraw(refugee).
• In these palaces, the interaction and openness to nature adds to the sense of romance. Palace gardens brought in a direct connection to nature where the ruler could enjoy the refreshing surroundings as well as a certain degree of privacy. Pavilions, verandahs, balconies add another dimension to the experience of transition from the built to an open landscape while serving as retreats. Open forms of pavilions, terraces and courts heighten experience for the observer by surrounding him with nature.
• Some of the most notable architecture and building inside the Jag Mandir Palace are Gul Mahal, Garden Courtyard, Darikhana, Bara Patharon ka Mahal, Zenana Mahal, and Kunwar Pada ka Mahal.
• It is the careful planning of such spaces that gives life to their very essence as we have observed through this study. And so they remain for us, essentially pleasure pavilions: to enjoy nature as well as indulge in the joys of royal life. The easy flow of spaces which hint at the love of ease and luxury creates a true ‘Paradise on earth’. The timeless, old- world charm of these spaces will thus endear them to us forever.