About Man Mahal

Man Mahal is a beautiful palace located on the eastern bank of Pushkar Lake in the city of Pushkar, Rajasthan. It was built by Raja Man Singh I of Amer in the late 16th century and served as a royal guest house for the Maharajas of Jaipur during their visits to Pushkar.

The palace is a fine example of Rajasthani architecture and boasts of intricate carvings and beautiful paintings. It is made of sandstone and has a unique blend of Mughal and Rajput styles. The palace has now been converted into a heritage hotel and is a popular tourist attraction in Pushkar.

Things to Do

There are several things to do at Man Mahal. Some of them are:

  • Enjoy the beautiful view of Pushkar Lake from the palace
  • Take a stroll in the palace gardens
  • Experience the royal hospitality by staying at the heritage hotel
  • Attend the Pushkar Fair, which is held near the palace every year
  • Visit the nearby temples, such as the Brahma Temple and the Varaha Temple


The approximate latitude and longitude of Man Mahal are 26.4954° N, 74.5518° E.