Housing & Campus The Palace complex is located in the south east part of the city.
The complex is bound by road on two sides (north and west). The main entrance to the complex is on the western side through the Old National Highway 08. The western side has two access points, one providing entry upto the complex and the other serving as an exit (also known as the Manjalpur gate). The gates are set back from the main road and have stone guard chambers, which are original structures of the complex. The western side of the complex is largely wooded and landscaped with a single main road connecting to the main Palace building and exiting out of the site, through the Manjalpur Gate. Beyond the Palace, the eastern side of the complex is a newer development on the site with housing, hostels and mess provided for the staff, students and officials of the academy.
The southern and eastern sides of the Palace complex are walled and cannot be accessed from the outside. A park lies opposite the northern side of the complex. The Northern side has one access gate which provided entry into the Maharaja's stables and was mostly used by the servants and caretakers. The entry gateway has a grand red brick archway. The stables were later converted into hostels and the gateway was used until recently when it was shut as the incoming traffic caused disturbances to the students staying in these hostels. However, now the stables have been demolished and new majestic hostel building is coming up.
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