Sukh Mahal is located on the banks of the Jait Sagar Lake and was constructed by Ummed Singh. It served as a residence to Rudyard Kipling and inspired him to write the famous book “Kim”. It has now been converted into an irrigation rest house. On the second floor of the Sukh Mahal, a white marble chhatri or umbrella is placed. There are about 66 cenotaphs present here, which are famous for their cream-coloured marble friezes.