Deeg Waterpalace

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  • 1. DEEG WATERPALACE PRESENTED BY:- POOJA RATHOD
  • 2.
    • Deeg located in Bharatpur distriic , Rajasthan.
    • Created in the mid eighteenth century by Raja Badan singh with additions by Raja Surajmal.
    • The summer resort of the rulers of Bharatpur.
    • The architecture of Deeg is mainly represented by the mansions called the Bhawans.
    • Gopal Bhawan
    • Suraj Bhawan
    • Kishan Bhawan
    • Nand Bhawan
    • Keshav Bhawan
    • Hardev Bhawan
  • 3.
    • The striking features of these palaces
    • Balanced outlines
    • Fine proportions
    • Commodious halls
    • Attractive and logically disposed arcades
    • Alluring greenery
    • Charming tanks and canals with fountains.
    • The palace built of white, yellow and red stones.
  • 4.
    • The architecture is primarily of trabeate order.
    • Arch is formed by joining spandrel shaped slab cantivelers projecting from the pillars.
    • Engrailed arches resting on ornate pillars
    • Hypostylar halls flat roof terraces
    • Balconies and pavilions with Bengal roofs
    • Double eaves
    • Moderate structural heights and spacious internal arrangements.
  • 5.
    • Singh Pool
    • Main entrance to the palace complex.
    • Two lions sculptured in front of the archway. 
  • 6.
    • Gopal Bhawan
    • A central hall flanked by wings of two low storeyed annexes on either side.
    • On its water front, two oblong basement storeys
    • The central projection is carved with majestic arches and imposing pillars
    • A room in the northern wing contains a black marble throne-platform.
    • Flanked by two small pavilions Sawan and Bhadon Bhawans to its north and south.
    • Each pavilion is a two storied structure.
    GOPAL BHAVAN SAWAN BHADON
  • 7.
    • Suraj Bhawan
    • Built by Surajmal, single storey flat roofed building.
    • Consists of a verandah all around with five arched openings and rooms flanking at the corners.
    • Built of buff sandstone to which white marble was encased subsequently.
  • 8.
    • Kishan Bhawan
    • Extensive panelled façade broken by five large central archways.
    • Huge fountain feeding tank on its terrace.
  • 9.
    • Hardev Bhawan
    • A vast garden in front laid out in charbagh pattern.
    • The ground floor consists of a projecting central hall, faced with arches springing from a row of double pillars.
    • The rear part is crowned by a chhatri bearing a spiked curved roof.
  • 10.
    • Keshav Bhawan
    • A square single storeyed open pavilion .
    • Centrally, the bhawan is diversified by an arched running on all sides and forming an inner square.
    • Included an elaborate device to reproduce the effects of monsoon.
    • A broad canal is running round the edge of the pavilion. 
  • 11. Nand Bhawan spacious oblong hall raised on a terrace. enclosed by grand arcade of seven openings. The ceiling of the central portion of the hall is made of wood. Purana Mahal A spacious rectangle with an interior consisting of two separate courts.