The Moti Mahal (Pearl Palace) used to be the Mehrangarh’s most important durbar (or reception court). Here, noblemen, ministers, officials and other rulers/leaders would be granted audience. The name comes from the fact that the lime plaster used had a mix of finely crushed shells, leading to a pearl like lustre, which was more obvious in the oil lamps of the old. I am not sure if that impression is conveyed in this image, but I rather liked the bold colours in the window.
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