Nazarbaug Nazar Baug Palace was situated close Mandvi Gate, Vadodara Baroda. It was a Royal Palace of Gaekwad which was worked in Year 1721. The Palace was built by Malharrao Gaekwad in late nineteenth Century, which is considered as Oldest Palace in Baroda and had three stories. The Palace was utilized on a few events by the Gaekwads. Prior it housed Royal Family legacies. The Palace Ground likewise had Shish Mahal, a Palace of Glass. The Palace had Solid Gold and Silver Guns, each weighing more than 100kgs. The Palace was Home to Jewels of the Gaekwad Family. In Year 1927, the Collection of Jewelry was accepted to be $10,000,000 which incorporated a Diamond Necklace which conveyed both Star of the South weighed around 125 carats and English Dreden, a vital piece of Collection was a fabric embroided with valuable stones and seed pearls, which was made to cover to Tomb of Muhammad.