Makarpura Palace was a Royal Palace of Gaekwads. The three-storeyed royal residences' fundamental component was its Japanese styled 130-section of land plant, which was planned by engineer of Royal Botanical greenery enclosures, Kew, William Goldring, with a swimming pool and lake with swans. The garden had Italian styled ivory wellsprings which were enacted to welcome the ruler. The Palace has two Parts, both the Palaces has in excess of 100 rooms joined. The Italian styled assembling has fancy block rooms with outline curve galleries and a wooden staircase prompting the principal floor. A segment of this castle was likewise destoryed.