A complex of patios, greenery enclosures and structures, the amazing City Palace is ideal in the focal point of the Old City. The external divider was worked by Jai Singh II, yet inside it the castle has been amplified and adjusted throughout the hundreds of years. There are royal residence structures from various times, some dating from the mid twentieth century. It is a striking mix of Rajasthani and Mughal design. Entering through Virendra Pol, you'll see the Mubarak Mahal (Welcome Palace), worked in the late nineteenth century for Maharaja Madho Singh II as a gathering community for going to dignitaries. Its multiarched and colonnaded development was concocted in an Islamic, Rajput and European complex stew by the engineer Sir Swinton Jacob.