Man Singh built man Singh Palace between 1486 and 1516. It features two open courts that are surrounded by apartments.
The palace is also known as the Chit Mandir or Painted Palace, because of the tiled and painted decorations that adorn the walls. Ducks, elephants and peacocks were painted in bright colors that are still vibrant today.
Underground the Man Singh Palace has two stories that were utilized during hot weather and during the Mughal period, as prison cells.