Fountain inside the Musamman Burj

The main hall of the Musamman Burj, measuring 12.3 m. by 6.7 m. internally is ornamented with exquisite fine inlay work and carvel shallow cistern with a perfumed fountain in its centre. The entire walls and ceiling of the Burj are inlaid with costly coloured stone in the form of plants and flowers and has no match in any other Mughal palace. The original precious stone of inlay were taken by the Jats in 1761-1774. But at the instance of Lords Mayo and Northbrook, imitations were inserted and inlays were skillfully restored which we see now.

fountain inside the Musamman Burj