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Diwan-e-Aam Hall of Public Audience

City Palace | Mubarak Mahal Courtyard, Jaipur 302002, India
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City Palace | Mubarak Mahal Courtyard, Jaipur 302002, India
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Reviewed 1 week ago

this muesum is worth going loved it we can see our culture old era of kings queen how they used 2 dress play fight live old era

Reviewed 17 November 2017

This artistic hall of public audience is an airy building with numerous arches and a mosaic flooring. The highlights of this hall are the two huge silver urns which the Kin used to transport the Holy water of River Ganges on his trip to England.

Thank KashmirFriend
Reviewed 13 November 2017

This Hall of Public Audience is similar to other Halls I visited while traveling through northern India. There were the ornate pillars that the ornate arches. However, in this Diwan e Aam, there were two large silver urns which are reportedly the largest of their...More

Thank jonahNJ
Reviewed 2 November 2017 via mobile

Diwane e aam is a meeting place for common people, in old days rulers hear common peoples cases here.

Thank Moiz H
Reviewed 2 October 2017

Really lovely and relaxing area to walk around in the city palace. Few indoor exhibits available too which I wish they would have allowed photography inside as postcards do not do it justice!

Thank cg2792
Reviewed 30 June 2017

Diwan-e-Aam was a meeting place for special people from the king's court. Important meetings were organized here in the olden days.

Thank karthikeya r
Reviewed 19 June 2017

Any one coming to jaipur generally comes to Amer Fort and this place is the first which comes in the view ! It leaves one spell bound by its history and the architectural Beaty . The work on the round shaped pillars and the huge...More

Thank kamakshi2015
Reviewed 4 June 2017

Rulers of Jaipur State listen to the grievances of common people here in the City Palace. The concept name 'Diwan-e-Aam' is originated from Mughals.

Reviewed 30 April 2017

As distinguished from Diwan-e-Khas which was for the special people Diwan-e-AAm was for the common people. The Royalty used to meet common man at this place. You find this at Red Fort and so also at Amber Fort. The Rajputs of Jaipur drew their inspiration...More

2  Thank SatyendraGarg
Reviewed 28 April 2017

Diwan-e-Aam (Hall of Public Audience) was the place where the Maharajas of Jaipur used to hear and decide the grievances of his people. It is also called “Sabha Niwas”. This audience hall is famous for its beautifully ornamented flowery ceilings and the two large elephants...More

Thank arghya65
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