Despite of being a large pond, the Rajbagh Lake is more of an archaeological gem. The lake is named after the ruins of the Rajbagh fort complex which is located at its banks. Although the grand arches and outhouses lie in a dilapidated condition, the surrounding nature has beautified the deserted buildings with creepers and vines that make it an enchanting location for visitors. The Rajbagh Lake is also an important location due to the high amount of wildlife activity that can be photographed here. It is common for visitors to see a lone tiger resting on the decrepit stairs of the fort, as the place is teeming with animals like Chital, Sambhar Deer, Wild Boars and several species of Birds.