Carved in with the brilliance of craftsmen from Delhi, Jahaz Mahal is a jewel built somewhere around 1436-1439. The Mahal is standing in the middle of two lakes Munj Talao and Kapur Talao; upon a narrow strip of land. This makes Jahaz Mahal look as if it’s floating.
Jahaz Mahal is a rectangular structure, three feet tall with two floors and thick walls. On the eastern side, the Gothic arch entrance is installed. These arched opening is further secluded by Chajja (awnings) and stands on stone brackets. Inside the fort, there are three huge halls, separated by corridors, having small rooms in the end. Northern end of the terrace leads to a bath with broad steps leading into it. The palace looks even prettier with its fountains and cascades.