This grand structure was originally built as a garrison and is right on the edge of the plateau overlooking the Nimar Plains. Rani Rupmati seemed to have a special affinity for this place and hence the name. This is the entrance to the pavillion
The setting sun gives a beautiful view & the reflection in the river below gives the impression of a gold biscuit- after all with its royal connections can the yellow metal be far behind!
Another view of Rupmati's Pavillion