Famous for a big idol of Lord Ganesh, a large fountain and some frescos, it was built by Rana Fateh Singh. Located near the Meerabai temple in Chittorgarh fort, it is a classic example of Rana's Love for art. Now the palace has been converted into a museum located inside the Chittorgarh fort. The main fescination of the museum is its beautiful magnificent sculptures and paintings of historic times. There is also a gallery dedicated to the armours and weapons used in the historical times. The most sought after among the sculptures is the statue of Ganpati from Pangarh. This statue is a treat to the eye. Clay models of local tribes wearing traditional outfits are also a part of the exhibits of the museum. It remains open from 10.00 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. Moreover, on Mondays, visitors are allowed a free entry into the museum.