This is the heart of the four-story palace. It is highly regarded by the people of Hyderabad, as it was the seat of the Asaf Jahi family. The magnificent pillar is a marble platform in the court hall on which the throne or royal seat was placed. Here the Nizamis held their court and other religious and symbolic ceremonies. Two magnificent crystal chandeliers from Belgium were recently re-installed to recreate the lost glory of this Royal Hall.
The clock above the main gate of Chomahala Palace is affectionately called the Clock. It's been going on for almost 3 years. A family of watch repair experts blows up a mechanical watch every week.
The building housed a rare collection of manuscripts and invaluable books. Nizam often met with important officials and dignitaries here. Today it is the site of temporary exhibitions from the treasures of the Chomla Palace collection of the past.
Sixth system. Mir Mehboob Ali Khan is believed to have lived here and the building was named after his mother Roshan Begum.
The current system (Barkat Ali Khan Mukarram Jah) and his family decided to restore the Chomahala Palace in January and open it to the public. It took more than three years to document and restore the first courtyards. The palace also houses a collection of vintage cars, such as Rolls-Royce, used by Nizam Kings