Rani Charak Maha in Jammu

Rani Charak Maha Overview

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Rani Charak Mahal, situated inside the Mubarak Mandi Complex, is one of the exquisite buildings belonging to the Dogra era. This palace was constructed around 150 years ago, using red bricks and mortar. The royal ladies of the Dogra dynasty used to live here until 1925, when Maharaja Hari Singh moved the seat to Hari Niwas Palace on Manda Hills - located on the outskirts of Jammu city.

The beautiful edifice is a part of a group of monuments that is collectively called the Mubarak Mandi Complex. Visitors can admire priceless antiques, palanquins, utensils and a throne made of gold, among other interesting things displayed at the Mahal. Situated adjacent to the Tawi River, the palace offers breathtaking views at the time of sunrise and sunset.

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    Rani Charak Mahal, an impressive building with beautiful surroundings, is worth clicking, especially during sunrise and sunset.

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Rani Charak Mahal, Panjtirthi, Jammu, 180001, Jammu and Kashmir