Architecture of Lallgarh Palace
The Lallgarh Palace complex was designed by a British architect, Samuel Swinton Jacob, who valued the contribution of the local Indian craftsmen. The palace is reminiscent of the Indo-Saracenic style with hints of classical Mughal and Rajput touches. It is a three storey complex built in red sandstone and contained the features considered essential for a late 19th-century palace: drawing rooms, smoking rooms, guest suites, several grand halls, lounges, cupolas, pavilions, including a dining room which could seat 400 diners. The palace features magnificent pillars, elaborate fireplaces, Italian colonnades and intricate latticework and filigree work.
Visiting Information on Lallgarh Palace
The nearest railway station is the Lalgarh Junction which is at a mere distance of 4 km from the palace whereas the Nal Airport is at a distance of 15 km.
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