The rulers of Chhota-Udepur were very fond of art and architecture so they constructed beautiful Palaces including Kali-Niketan, which was formally known as Nahar Villa, but was later changed, in honour of the family Goddess, Mahakali, to Kali-Niketan, which means the abode of Goddess Kali. Kali-Niketan was constructed by the present owner Maharaj Sajjansinh’s grandfather Maharaja Fatehsinhji in the late 19th century as his summer residence. The building has 6 air-conditioned rooms, 2 drawing rooms, 2 dining rooms, 2 lounges and 5 terraces.
How to Reach:
There is no Air transportation available.
There is a train which has route of Chhotaudepur to Vadodara,by this you can reach at the palace.
This palace is on SH-11, So you can reach there by Vadodara - ChhotaUdepur highway.