Raj Angan, mostly referred to as the Gol Mahal, is a beautiful dome shaped structure constructed in the year 1572 by Maharana Udai Singh. It is considered as the King's Courtyard where he used to address the grievances of his subjects. The architecture of the building is quite similar to that of the Taj Mahal. In the hall, travellers can see the portraits of the former kings of Mewar. Few belongings of Maharana Pratap Singh are also displayed in the palace, and a portion of the hall is dedicated to his faithful horse Chetak.