We paid a recent visit to the mahal and indeed it is a astonishing experience . My children enjoyed every moment of their stay at mahal.A special reference may be made about the bathing tub situated in a room in the ground level.
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This palace (mahal) is one of its kind in India - with gigantic pillars and excellently built big Courtyard and simple dancing hall. The pillars are the major attraction in this mahal - as atleast 4-5 adults are required to hug the pillar. The symmetric...More
A historical Palace of the Nayakar rulers. There is a small museum inside. Very great Palace with huge pillars. There is a lighting show at the evening. So never miss it also.
Thirumalai Nayakar Mahal is located 10 km from the city and is an Indo-Saracenic palace, constructed in 1523. Originally it was four times larger than its present size. Its most remarkable feature is the Swarga Vilasam or the audience hall, whose dome rises to a...More
On entering the Thirumalai Nayakar palace, which is a short tuk tuk ride from anywhere in Madurai, you can't help but being surprised by the vastness of the main hall. An information panel at the far end informs you that what remains of the palace...More
The huge and several pillars make us wonder about the planning and workmanship involved in putting up such a memorable and mammoth construction done about 4oo years ago. However, the mainetence and renovation need attention from the Concerned authorities. In fact, the present palace structure...More
The spaces in this palace resound european sensibilities, amazing scale, proportions.Interesting Palace to visit. Couldnt see the light and sound show.