Chhatri is the Indian word for the canopies that were used as shaded for nobles and members of royalty when they chose to travel outside their palatial houses. Chhatri bagh is as the name suggests filled with such canopies. It was built in the remembrance of the Holkar Dynasty. Each chhatri in the park marks the burial site of a Holkar king or queen. In the evening all the canopies are lit and a beautiful fountain is set in motion. This is a common tourist destination.