Pataudi Palace


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Village Pataudi, District Gurgaon , Haryana

The Pataudi Palace  sprawls across some ten acres of greenland in the vast countryside of Haryana. The main palace faces fountains and a large rose garden and has 10 large suites, each with an ante room, dressing room as well as bathrooms. The palace is flanked by two colonial bungalows, one with five guest rooms and a charming private garden, a private cricket ground, as well as a badminton court. The other one is used by the royal family whenever they visit Pataudi. The main palace also houses a well-equipped billiards room. The palace was designed by the Austrian architect Karl Molt Von Heinz in the style of the grand colonial mansions of Imperial Delhi, somewhat resembling the stunning grand residence of the commander-in-chief of the armed forces built by Russell – now called the Teen Murti House.

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