The Naukhanda palace is a royal palace located in Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India. The palace become built through Malik Ambar in 1616 upon the summit of a rising ground at Aurangabad, India. The huge portal gateway leading to this, over which the Naubatkhana sounded, changed into called Barkal. According to at least one account a noble of Aurangzeb’s court named Alam Khan, made additions to this Palace; and in addition additions have been finally made via Asaf Jah I. An adjoining block of homes turned into screened off with the aid of a partition wall for Nasir Jang.
The Naukonda palace changed into also occupied by way of Nizam Ali Khan, when he become at Aurangabad. The palace had 9 residences, the indoors homes consisted of 5 zananas, a Divan i Aam, a Divan i Khas, a masjid and a kacheri, each supplied with a lawn and a cistern. The walls of the valuable a part of the Devankhana, and a hamam or hot bathtub attached to the building, are in a honest kingdom of preservation. However, the wooden-paintings and the stucco plaster are all long gone. The Divan i Aam is a huge quadrangular structure a great deal in ruins. The Kacheri nearby incorporates a gadi of the Nizam. In the throne room are located the authentic paraphernalia.