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Nawab Palace

Raigad ,Murud

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While entering Murud you come across the Palace of Nawab on the left hand side of the road. The palace was built in 1885 for administration purposes. However you can see the Palace only from outside as the palace is still owned by the descendants of the Nawab and is a private property.

The Nawab of Janjira moved into the Ahmedganj Palace in 1885. The grand palace, designed with a fusion of Mughal and Gothic architectural styles is built on the edge of a cliff and offers a magnificent view of Murud and the Arabian Sea.Spread over a vast area of 45 acres, its grounds hold a marvelous mosque and the tombs of the previous rulers.

  • Accommodation :
    Hotels are available near murud.

  • Getting There :

  • By Air:
    Nearest airport is mumbai.

  • By Rail :
    Nearest railway station is Roha.

  • By Road :
    Murud is 165 km from Mumbai by road, a journey of about 5 hours. State Transport buses operate from Mumbai Central to Murud's Durbar Road. The most convenient way to get here is by ferry from Mazgaon's Ferry Wharf, to Rewas, which is 23 kms from Murud, or by catamaran from Gateway of India to Mandwa.

  • Places to see nearby :

    Janjira Fort, Padmadurga (Kasa) Fort, Khokri Ghumat, Garambi Dam, Korlai Fort, Nawab Palace,Kude Caves

  • Map : Nawab Palace

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