Rajwada Indore is a royal palace of the city. It shows the living standard of rulers of Indore. This palace is an eyewitness of Holkar rulers and Britishers. Let’s get all the information about Rajwada in Indore.

Rajwada Indore
Rajwada palace

Rajwada Indore Information

As the name “Rajwada” means “a palace of royal rulers”,this was a palace of rulers. Now it’s a museum with all those memories of rulers and shows their historical presence.


Rajwada was built by Marathas of Holkar rulers. This is a seven-story building in the middle of the city. It is a 200-year-old palace built about 1747 AD. But, it was burnt during the 1984 riots. It was then rebuilt and designed by HH Usha Raje Holkar based on old design and structure.

Palanquins in Rajwada Indore
Palanquins in Palace

There are palanquins and also some vintage antiques like shields, armor, and many more. So, all of these things are unique here. In addition, rifles, and some other weapons are no doubt interesting. The good thing is that you can keep your camera. It takes around 20 minutes to visit this beautiful palace of Indore.

This place is near to the city center. It takes about half an hour to visit this. Visiting this palace in the morning or evening is fine. This is one of the best places to visit in Indore as it shows rich history and heritage. Although there are many things to do in Indore like parks and markets.

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There is also a market near this palace. So, it is very easy to do some shopping after visiting rajwada in Indore.

Things to know before visiting Rajwada Indore

Timing of Rajwada Indore

  • The timings of Rajwada Indore- 9 am to 5 pm (Monday closed)
  • Opens- all days except Monday

Rajwada Indore Ticket Price

Ticket price of Rajwada- 10 rupees per person


Location- Rajwada cloth market, Indore

Malhari temple
Malhari temple

How to reach Rajwada

  • Hire a taxi, or cab
  • Hire auto
  • Personal Vehicle

Personal Experiences

After riding the bike for about half an hour through a crowded market, I reached Rajwada. I took a ticket which was about 10 rupees. I headed inside the palace. A garden in front surrounded by the pillar and some paintings. On the left side, there is a temple which is a very old temple. The temple is famous as malhar temple.

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Now it comes time to go upstairs. A museum with antiques, and paintings in front of me. I can see some statues, paintings, and other unique antiques. Statue of Natraj and some former rulers are attractive here. A glass shield provides protection to such antiques.

Tourist Places Near Rajwada in Indore

  • Crescent Waterpark
  • Bada Ganpati Temple

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