The Rang Mahal is a well-maintained palace in Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh. It was built by Raja Umed Singh in the 18 century. The place is an ideal hub for art lovers. It exhibits the varied face of Mughal British as well as this Indian art forms. Expertise in this art field would easily compare the peculiarities of them in detail.
The Punjab hill style wall paintings portraying the life of Lord Krishna is the major attraction of this palace. Its treasure has been exported to Bhuri Singh Museum. Some other ornamental artworks have been taken to Delhi National Museum.
The palace in the Surana Mohalla region was meant to for palace women. It was made with bricks and shows a fusion foreign artwork side inside with Mughal culture. The ruling family built it as a residential palace but now it has been turned into a government-owned emporium.
From the Himachal Emporium working inside this palace, the visitors can buy useful items as well as showcase pieces related to Himalayan lifestyles to preserve as souvenirs. The visitors can go and amuse at seeing the artworks from Monday to Saturday between 10 AM to 1 PM and 2 PM to 5 PM.