The Garh palace is a complex of forts which were originally built by the different kings right in the 17th and 18th centuries. Most of these palaces remained unoccupied until the second half of the 20th century, and some of these are in a decayed state, until tourism inspired the authorities to clean these up.
As you enter the complex of the palaces you enter through the huge Hathi Pol which looks like a world of Rajput-style jharokhas, numerous pillars and many intricately carved brackets. Most of these places here are simply popular for their frescos. One can see the Chhatra Mahal the ceiling of which looks completely decorated with floral patterns, and wall paintings depicting Krishna lifting the Govardhan Mountain, and the day to day life at the Garh palace. The Phool Mahal showcases a huge royal procession. One can see the mythological paintings placed in the Badal Mahal. One can very clearly see the impact of the Chinese culture as these are depicted in the faces as well as flowers. There is an entry fee of 10 per person Indians and 60 per person Foreigners and Rs 50 Rs for still photography and Rs 100 for Video Camera. The palace can be visited on all days of the week from 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM.