Timings : 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Entry Fee : Foreign tourists - INR 100
Indian tourists - INR 5
Date : Between 1800 and 1830
Built by : Major Gore Ouseley
An 1800 remnant from colonial India, the Dilkusha Kothi was a former hunting lodge converted into a summer palace for the royals, Initially, the residence of the English general, Major Gore Ouseley, this building was further revamped by Nawab Nasir-Ud-Din-Haider.
This Baroque-styled construction was quite strongly impacted during the 1857 war of Indian Independence. The present face of this structure is a mere ruin with a withstanding few towers and walls.
Besides, the Dilkudha Kothi is in the vicinity of a well-manicured garden, thus making for a great picnic spot as well. The area of this monument is quite a secluded space from the rest of the town and finding reliable transport could be quite a hassle.
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