A remnant of the British India princely states, the Jai Vilas Palace at Jawahar is a relatively small in size as the ruler and his subjects were both tribal people. Remaining out of common sight this palace is untouched by outsiders. Situated atop a hillock close to the Sunset Point, the Jai Vilas Palace also known as the Raj Bari was built by the kings of the Munke family. Displaying the culture and life-style of the tribal chief, this palace is primarily noted for its hall graced with the royal clan portraits alongside stuffed tigers, antique furniture and a huge lobby located upstairs. The present prince is said to be still paying a visit to the Jai Vilas Palace once every month.