The Palace of Nawab was built in 1885 and is still occupied by the descendants of the Nawab making it off limits to the public.
The Nawab of Janjira moved into the Ahmedganj Palace in 1885. The grand palace, designed with a fusion of Mughal and Gothic architectural styles is built on the edge of a cliff and offers a magnificent view of Murud and the Arabian Sea. Spread over a vast area of 45 acres, its grounds hold a marvelous mosque and the tombs of the previous rulers. Spread over a vast area of 45 acres, this palatial mansion is the private property of the descendants of the east while nawabs. The palace grounds hold a marvelous mosque and the tombs of the previous rulers. A mixture of mugal and gothic style architecture makes the palace an elegant mansion.
There is an interesting story with regard to the tombs is in popular among the locals which says that the tombs are filled with treasures of untold wealth. Nobody dares to open the graves yet. A visitor to the palace will get a remarkable opportunity to have a glimpse of palace documents which are written down in a dead language by name “Mori".
Once a strong hold of the ruling regime, this palace might have witnessed farce battles. Now the palace with all its elegance stood as a memoir of the past glory.