Khetri Mahal Jhunjhunu - Wind Palace






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Khetri Mahal (Wind Palace) is a classic example of palace architecture in the state of Jhunjhunu. It is attracting tourism place which attracts tourists and locals alike. But It is now a ruin as a tourist monuments place.

Khetri Mahal was built by Bhopal Singh around 1770. He was the grandson of Maharaja Sardul Singh. One more monument Place which is inspired to Khetri Mahal Jhunjhunu is Hawa Mahal Jaipur. Hawa mahal is Built by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh Maharaja of Jaipur, also known as the Wind Palace, on the model of the Khetri Mahal Jhunjhunu, in 1799.

Khetri Mahal is a paragon of Shekhawati art and architecture. It is located behind a series of lanes. It is primarily known for its fine paintings and murals mainly supporting the Raghunath temple and Bhopalgarh fort at Bhopalgarh. The palace is remarkable among buildings of its region because of the flow of wind through its open portals rather than stopped windows or doors.

Wind Palace Architecture of Mahal the walls have been pierced with arched openings. The interior rooms are open and colonnaded, the columns often surmounted with openwork and curved arches.

Beautiful architecture design of Khetri Mahal Most of the rooms are connected through arched portals rather than with doors, and much of the masonry is covered with a pinkish plaster.

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