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This is a nicely built and nicely maintained attraction near the City Palace of Alwar. Built in the memory of a King and his Queen who committed Sati for him, the place gives U an awesome experience with soothing temperatures in all seasons.
Moosi Maharani ki Chhatri was built by Raja Vinay Singh in honour of Maharaja Bakhtawar Singh Ji and his Queen Ranu Moosi who committed "Sat"
It's a Very beautiful piece of Art but poorly maintained by government.
This is the cenotaph of the Maharajas of Alwar.. This place is just beside the City Palace. A marvellous example of Rajput architecture. Provides a beautiful view of City Palace and the Hills sorrounding Alwar...
The Cenotaph is thoroughly kempt. It is not disabled friendly. Nearby lies the City Palace and a museum with a pond. The pond, however, remains green and dirty. Architecturally it remains beautiful, strong and in pristine condition.
The cenotaph is a monument of love. It was built by Maharaja Vinay Singh, son of Maharaja Bhaktawar Singh in his fathers honour. This is also known as Moosi Rani ki Chhatri, named after one of the mistresses of Maharaja Bhaktawar Singh. Moosi Bai is...More
While the surrounding area of the Chhatri did not seem very promosing, with a stagnant stepwell. Do take the stairs to go to first Level. On the terrace is a beautiful chhatri (shelter). Step inside and on the ceiling you can see fine inlaid Rajstani...More