Anup Sanskrit Library, is housed in a wing of the Lalgarh Palace called Sadul Niwas. This historical and cultural attraction at
preserves a priceless collection of rare Sanskrit manuscripts. The texts in the library were brought from Deccan by Raja Anup Singh in the 17th century. These rare specimen, counted among the best, are inscribed on parchments or engraved on copper, gold and silver plaques. Visitors are admitted to the library during the day for a nominal fee.