Maharana Ratan Singh II was the child of Rana Sanga. He succeeded the position of royalty after the passing of his dad. He filled in as the Maharana of a limited ability to focus time from 1527 to 1531. Maharana Ratan Singh II amid his lifetime had manufactured a lovely royal residence inside the fortification of Chittorgarh as a winter homestead the Royal family. From the northern piece of the Chittorgarh Fort, this huge development can be effortlessly seen. Passage to the royal residence is epic. The door driving into the castle faces east. It is a goliath erection with a taking off entrance and chattris on.
On the northern side of the passageway lies the Ratneswar Mahadeva Temple. The sanctuary complex involves a garbagriha, a mandapa and an antarala. The external side of the sanctuary has alluring carvings. The royal residence has a rectangular design encased by tall dividers. It houses various yards circled by rooms, towers, deohris and so on. The inside of the royal residence features very much kept up lavish green greenhouses. Aside from serving in the winters, this castle was broadly utilized for festivities and other occasion the executives. The leftovers of this wonderful engineering are as yet an intrigue for the vacationers.