According to famous beliefs the most probable occupants of this palace had been Akbar's two senior queens, Ruqayya Begum and Salima Sultan Begum. Birbal's residence stands close to the northwest corner of Jodhbai's palace. It is one of the dazzling buildings of imperial Harem. It turned into constructed in 1571. It includes fours-square rooms, each measuring 16'-10" rectangular facet, all interconnected thru open doorways and two rectangular front porches on Northwest and Southeast corners. While all the 4 rooms, have flat ceilings, porches have triangular chhappar ceiling with pyramidal roof.
The interior of the constructing is split into three days by using richly carved pilasters. Shafts of those pilasters had been divided into 3 zones, which include 3 one of a kind type of ornament like unmarried border designs, arabesque geometrical designs and stylized floral designs. Capitals of those pilaster bears lotus petals and stalactite designs. The first floor has stunning Jharokhas overlooking the courtroom beneath and a simple chajja. Each dome of the higher rooms rests on an octagonal drum, which is likewise carved with a raised trefoil sample. The domes are crowned by using an inverted lotus and kalash finials and additionally endure strains of tile paintings.