Tucked below the Panch Mahal and overlooking the medieval rainwater body, this small set of three tiny rooms is named after the ‘lotus’, represented in the art within the room.
The palace of ‘porcelain’ is a room named after a collection of blue and white pottery.
A French suite with a pillared verandah overlooking the countryside on one side and a water body on the other offers a flavor of colonial Francis from south India
The vast palace of ‘clouds’ with its Jack-arched ceiling and a commanding view of the hills and countryside also has a roofless pavilion which brings down the sky.
On the top floor of the five-storeyed Panch Mahal lies Meru Mahal, named after a mountain used in the myth of the churning of the oceans.