Hawa Mahal was built between 1910-1920. The proprietor of this building was Maharaja Ramchandra Deo of Jeypore. It was worked as a late spring resort for the Maharaja of Jeypore, Orissa. In 1961, previous Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru dwelled in Hawa Mahal when he went by Visakhapatnam to initiate 'Jalausha', the primary ship made by the Hindustan Shipyard. Amid 1960s it was utilized as Government ladies' school.
Hawa Mahal is a symmetrical structure over-looking the street or more ocean level. It is a stone two story structure with octagonal projections on either side. In general, this building is isolated into two sections, the fundamental building is at the front with a kitchen complex to the back. These structures are associated by an entry and have a pitched rooftop.