Chhatris are the elevated, dome-shaped pavilions used as an element in Indian architecture. These Chhatris are the cenotaphs built in the memory of the Holkar rulers. Hari Rao Holkar Chhatri was Constructed for Maharaj Hari Rao Holkar. It is situated near Gangour Ghat along the bank of river Kahn.
Gopal Mandir is a marble-spiral structure built in 1832 by Krishna Bai Holkar in Maratha style of architecture.
Dedicated to Lord Krishna, the temple houses a two feet tall statue of Lord Krishna made of silver.
The spacious central hall of the temple has amazing pillars bearing a massive roof which is elaborately decorated. The lightening system in the form of huge glass chandeliers is an added attraction.
The architecture is of the Maratha period & style. It was planned with courtyards suited to tropical climate. Existing building is rectangular with cylindrical bastions at the four corners. East façade of Rajwada is 7 stories high made up of beautifully carved stone and wooden jalis, jharokhas and chattris.
The entrance of the palace has a lofty archway with a giant wooden door which is covered with iron studs. It has number of balconies with Maratha ornamentation, windows and corridors, surrounded by galleried rooms.
Jinsi haat (Itwariya Haat) is the first ever flea market of Indore. This haat market has a history of more than 100 years. This market is operational only on Sundays, so it is also known as Itwariya Haat. Since years people from Indore and nearby like Depalpur, Bada Bangarda, Chota Bangarda, Gandhi Nagar, Hatod, Dhar Road and rural areas nearby visit this flea market for operating their business.