This 17th century edifice is an exquisite example of carving and is an architectural marvel which was built by Rao Raja Anirudh Singh in 1683 A.D in the memory of his foster brother Deva.
This splendid two stored cenotaph is built on a raised platform and the lower – middle portion is surrounded by panels depicting elephants , horses and other animals and also bears attractive carved images of Shiva – Parvati, Radha- Krishan, Varaha ( incarnation of Vishnu ), the origin of Brahma, Dhola-Maru, Gajlaxmi and Samudra Manthan etc. which are interesting mythological subjects.
Inside the cenotaph, the ceiling is decorated with murals of damsels, musicians, scenes of fighting elephants on the arches are noteworthy. Shivalingam is present at the middle of the cenotaph.
Shoes are to be removed before climbing the cenotaph.
Entry fee for Indian visitors is single Rs 50/- and it is 75/- for composite, student fee is Rs 5/-
Foreigner single is Rs 200/- and composite is Rs 350/- , student Rs 20/-
Note : Composite entry fees - Sukh Mahal , Rani Ji Ki Baori and 84 Pillared cenotaph
Visiting hours - 9.45 AM to 5.00 PM
There is no restriction to carry any camera or mobile phones inside.