There are group of Havelis to the west of the Nawalgarh Fort, known as 'aath havelis' meaning of 'aath' is 'eight'. The frescoes on these havelis are indeed not of the best quality as they represent the transition in painting styles; the pure traditional style of painting started showing elements associated with modernity. One of the paintings depicts a steam locomotive while others show mammoth images of elephants, horses and camels. Opposite these havelis is situated the Moraraka Haveli, which have some very fine paintings including miniature paintings from the legends associated with Lord Krishna. The haveli has no occupants and the courtyard is usually locked.