The Diwan-I-Am is the “Hall of Public Audiences." This is a magnificent pillared hall where the maharaja would conduct the business of court.
The Sheesh Mahal is one of the most beautiful palaces of Amber Fort. The walls and the ceiling are covered with a beautiful array of mirrors which illuminate and sparkle with any ray of light.
The Baradari is a colonnaded pavilion. This is where the king would come together with the ladies of court.
The Peacock Gate leads to the Pritam Niwas Chowk. It is the most famous of the four gates which depict the seasons and symbolizes the monsoon.
Members of the ruling family, the Singh maharajahs, are buried in a complex of beautiful marble tombs just outside the city.
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