The Rajwada has two floors, with well preserved and ornate ceilings. There are wooden carvings, paintings and exquisite wooden doors which talk of an opulent era gone by. It constitutes of Darbar Hall, Surucha Hall, Hirva Hall, Badami Hall, Saatkhani Laxmi Terrace and Gulabi Hall. It has 6 spacious ‘chowks’ (courtyards) viz., Ramacha chowk, Dasryacha chowk, Devicha chowk, Mudapakacha chowk and Tulshicha chowk.Tours to this Palace are arranged beforehand with prior permission. Photography is not allowed in the Rajwada premises which explains the lack pof photographs online. But there’s a stunning virtual trip available on a website which shows just why we should be visiting Phaltan in the first place.