Samosa Mahal is so recognized because of its triangular shape that resembles the shape of an Indian snack referred to as 'samosa'. It is stated to be the house of one of the nobles of Akbar. No statistics are to be had about the actual name or occupants of the constructing and its form has been altered ever due to the fact its northern element become demolished and an enclosure wall turned into raised in its vicinity. It is single-storeyed and has predominant entrance to its west. The irregular courtyard is surrounded by using verandahs on its 3 facets.
It has 5 rooms with its roofs supported by using pillars and brackets at the southern aspect. The different sides additionally have series rooms and an open courtyard. There are six rooms on the japanese side and 4 rooms on the northern facet. The palace being a residential constructing also has hammams or baths and toilets with earthenware pipes. It has been designed fantastically, preserving in thoughts the desires and comforts of the occupants. A combination of crimson and grey sandstone has been used and ornamental arches and friezes have been used on all facets. One can nevertheless see the traces of the paintings within the interiors. Beautiful pillars and heavy brackets graced the verandahs.