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Rani Charak Mahal

Mubarak Mandi Complex | River Tawi, Jammu City, India
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Glimpse of Dogra Empire!

Rani Charak Mahal was the seat of the erstwhile Dogra Empire. All major Dogra rulers like Ranjit... read more

Reviewed 25 April 2018
Blitzkrieg3
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New Delhi, India
very old building

a must visit place if you ar in jammu. if you are history lover you will find many things related... read more

Reviewed 24 November 2017
rajeshh7
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Mubarak Mandi Complex | River Tawi, Jammu City, India
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Reviewed 25 April 2018

Rani Charak Mahal was the seat of the erstwhile Dogra Empire. All major Dogra rulers like Ranjit Singh, Gulab Singh etc. ruled out of this very place. Mubarak Mandi Palace gives a glimpse of the glorious days of the Dogra rule. Note: Mubarak Mandi Palace...More

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Reviewed 24 November 2017

a must visit place if you ar in jammu. if you are history lover you will find many things related history. we reached here without any plannings but it was good decision

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Reviewed 30 June 2017 via mobile

Rani Charak Mahal palace is a magnifient palace located within Mubarak Mandi palace. It is built up of red sandstone. It was the residence of the dogra dynasty. Rani Charak Mahal palace is very beautiful with intricate designs. There is a treasury house is present...More

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Reviewed 22 March 2017

The attraction is a combination of beautiful scenery (on the mountain top overlooking River Tawi) and lively paintings. This is open till 5pm on 6 days a week, but can't remember which day it is closed. For taking photographs, one has to shell out 50...More

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Reviewed 9 September 2016

Also known as Raje Di Mandi situated on bank of Tawi river gives you breathtaking views from the backyard of the palace. It has good collection of paintings with various themes. Some painting describes the journey of the kings and also some chapters from Mahabharta....More

Thank Rahul R
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Reviewed 2 September 2016

This Rani Charak Mahal is located on the banks of the Tawi river and is a stunning example of ancient architecture. It lies withing the Mubarak Mandi complex and is around 150 years old. An epitome of Kashmiri culture of the previous era, nowadays there...More

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Reviewed 26 January 2016

This unique structure is located on the banks of the Tawi and is a stunning example of ancient architecture. It lies withing the Mubarak Mandi complex and is around 150 years old. An epitome of Kashmiri culture of the previous era, nowadays there are plenty...More

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Reviewed 30 September 2015

Mubarak Mandi is popularly called as Raaje Di Mandi in the local areas. Here the Darbar of the Maharajas of Duggar Pradesh was used to held. The complex shows the royalty of the Dogri Kings, but as the Govt. is not paying heed to the...More

2  Thank Bunty S
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Reviewed 20 July 2015

Beautiful palace with an excellent collection of paintings. The view of the city from the palace grounds was breathtaking. The palace staff were very informative, took time to explain the history of the place, artifacts, etc.

1  Thank Madhu_blr
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Reviewed 21 April 2015

This mahal is very beautiful. It is very old and gives us glimpse of our old architecture. Many utensils and idols are there in the mahal.

1  Thank ronitsingla
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