Diwan-i-Khas Amber Fort

Diwan-i-Khas Amber Fort

One of the attractions of the amber palace is the Diwan-i-khas or the hall of private audience. Constructed during the period of Mirza Raja Jai Singh (1621-67 A.D.), it was for this reason also called Jas Mandir and because of the beautiful mirror glass work in it, Sheesh Mahal or the Glass Palace. the Raja met his special guests, like envoys from other rulers, here.

The upper part of the Diwan-i-khas is known as Jas Mandir and is spell-binding in the intricate floral designs with glass in them. The hamams or the baths are located north of Jas Mandir.

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