This room is situated on the first floor level with access to a verandah that overlooks the Baradari Gardens. It is done up in vibrant shades of red and purple. A spacious room with a high ceiling, it has a fireplace, 2 comfortable double beds, and is done up in vibrant red and purple interiors. A portrait of Maharaja Karam Singh hangs above the fireplace. It is interconnected to the Bibi Rajkumari Sahib Kaur Room.
Maharaja Karam Singh ascended the throne of Patiala from Raja Sahib Singh and was an able ruler and a devout Sikh. During his reign he helped the British in preventing Gurkha incursions into the Punjab and in return secured a large tract in the Himalayan foothills. He was occupied with the construction of ‘Samadhi’ of Baba Ala Singh called the Shahi Samadhan (royal cremation ground). He fortified the Bandhavgarh Fort and built a gurudwara dedicated to the Ninth Sikh Guru where he had stayed before he proceeded to Delhi where he was beheaded.