Birbal was one of the Nine Jewels of the court of Emperor Akbar. He was a very senior minister. The Birbal Bhawan is a beautiful monument that is ornately carved inside out. This place is thought to be the living quarters of one of Birbal. This place was built in 1571. It has four square rooms which are all interconnected through open doorways. The palace is situated amidst the lush green gardens and lawns. The lower Haram Sara housed Akbar’s large inventory of female servants. A walk down the lanes of Fatehpur Sikri will give a feeling of how glorious the golden era of Indian history was.
Relive the rich heritage and culture of the bygone Mughal period. Birbal was the Akbar’s most favorite minister, the interior of this palace has beautiful carvings of red sandstone and the columns have nice geometric details. This palace house is part of the Fatehpur Sikri palace complex. It is a great amalgamation of the Mughal and Persian architecture. It is situated nearby the Jodha Bai Palace. This palace is intentionally designed to be double-dome structure so that the interior of the palace remains cool during summers also. The architectural beauty of the monument will leave you spellbound. It is one of the famous tourist spots in Fatehpur Sikri.
Birbal Bhawan Fatehpur Sikri Timings: 6:00 A.M – 6:00 P.M