Several citadels in Meharangarh fort of Rajasthan were built by King Rao Jodha Singh starting from the year 1459 onwards. He built the palaces in a casual prototype for numerous centuries. These palaces have individual architectural aspects, for instance, tapered staircases leading to the regal house, engraved porches and panels, ornately decked walls and radiant tainted glass windows that generate animated mosaics on the floors with the light rays.