Sukh Niwas Mahal is located opposite Jai Mandir in Bundi district of Rajasthan state. Which is quite beautiful and full of facilities. The gates of Sukh Mahal are made of sandalwood wood which adds fragrance to the surrounding areas.
The water channels located in it were used for the flow of cold water and to keep the palace cool during the summer season. As far as architecture is concerned, the entire palace is adorned with distinctive Bundi-style murals on all the walls. The peculiarity of these murals is that they are dark red, blue, and green.
History of Sukh Niwas Palace Bundi Rajasthan
Sukh Mahal, built-in 1773 by Maharaja Vishnu Singh, has a beautiful garden. It was used as a summer palace by the Maharaja of the Bundi state.
Attractions and architecture of Sukh Niwas Palace
Sukh Mahal is made from the local mining stones of Bundi. The palace is an example of a premium specimen of the Rajput structural design.
The palace has beautifully carved brackets, pillars, and balconies. The sculptures of elephants here are very beautiful and have been used in many places in the palace.
Inside the palace are a divan-e-mango, elephant pole, and naubat khana. The palace has a famous Chitradhara or Painting Room. It gives you a glimpse into the history of the past. The walls and ceilings are completely covered by the painting of the Bundi School.
On the wall are shooting scenes, court scenes, festive processions. There are also pictures of beautiful birds, animals, and scenes from the life of Lord Krishna. All these paintings are in very good condition and tell you a lot about the art and existence of the past.