The magnificent Aina Mahal Palace is a component of Bhuj's opulent Darbargadh Palace. The palace's content and architecture are linked to the life of its architect, Ramsinh Malam, who was rescued by the Dutch after being shipwrecked off the East African coast. Later, he was transferred to the Netherlands, where he learned how to make tiles, enamel, and clocks. When Ramsinh returned to Kutch years later, the king of Kutch, Rao Lakha, offered him an opportunity to demonstrate his abilities.
The Aina Mahal Palace was adorned with Venetian-style chandeliers, silver artefacts, and clocks, all of which were handcrafted in the Ramsinh's workshop. The palace houses excellent local crafts like scroll paintings, jewelled swords, ivory inlaid doors, and paintings showing processions. Aina Mahal also houses a museum. Paintings, pictures, royal valuables, and the greatest examples of Kutch needlework are among the museum's exhibits. The museum's superb collection also includes a 15-meter-long scroll depicting Maharao Shri Pragmalji Bahadur's Royal Procession. The fort also has a compound, however a portion of it is in shambles. Aina Mahal is undoubtedly an important heritage of the Kutch region, with so many sights to view. Don't miss out on this fascinating piece of history!