Nestling in the shade of the Fort’s ancient Chamunda Temple, Mehta Haveli is an early 19th century town house that was home to a distinguished dynasty of bureaucrats. Its two charming courtyards were divided, as per tradition, into a Mardana for men and a Zenana for ladies.
An 18th century city residence for generations of civil servants, the Ram Roopji Ka Nohra is situated at the very base of the Fort, and is built around two beautifully proportioned courtyards.
With a stunning 25,000 sq. ft. red sandstone structure, Thakur Ram Singhji’s Haveli is the largest single building in the Walled City. Its oldest sections date from the latter half of the 18th Century, and contain four extremely rare wooden ceilings similar to those at Mehrangarh Fort.