Situated in the heart of the city, Jai Vilas Palace is one of the most excellent structures of Gwalior. The royal residence includes a lovely mix of Tuscan, Italian and Corinthian styles of engineering. The Jai Vilas Palace, otherwise called Jai Vilas Mahal, was worked in the nineteenth century, in Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh. It was initially worked as a castle which is currently transformed into a gallery.
Spread over a territory of 12,40,771 square feet, the royal residence has a tremendous Durbar Hall which is delightfully composed with the world's heaviest crystal fixtures, perplexing gold decorations, and a huge extravagant cover. The cover is one of the greatest covers in Asia. The Fort detainees were given a 12-year employment of weaving the cover in the Durbar Hall. It was composed by a well known engineer of that time, Sir Michael Filose. The inside has a huge feasting table which has a silver prepare that was utilized as a table trolley for serving sustenance to the general population. Different attractions of the castle incorporate perusing rooms, drawing rooms, JSM lobby, and breakfast room.