The historic monument built at a height in the northwestern direction of the city was built by an Afghan ruler named Jamal Khan as his own tombstone. Although it was built as a memorial, but because of being located outside the city, thieves began taking shelter at this place, which resulted in its name being chor dome in the long run. It is a large circular dome whose roof has been raised to a very high level by giving it the spherical shape. It looks two-storey in view, but its upper floor is only the verandah, which has 20 doors. Leaving the western side of the monument, there is one gate in the remaining three directions.
Jal Mahal is located outside the population in the south of the city. It was constructed in 1591 by Shah Kuli Khan. According to history Shah Kuli Khan caught Hemu in the Second Battle of the famous Panipat. In the same feat, Akbar was pleased and handed over the fiefdom of Narnaul to Shah Kuli Khan. Jal Mahal has been constructed on a huge plot of approximately 11 acres. It is situated in the middle of the huge pond, but there is a bridge to reach the monument. Lime and stone have been used in the construction of this beautiful temple in the shape of a small palace in the middle of the huge lake. The pond was filled with soil in about 400 years of intervals. In 1993, the district administration started the removal of soil from the pond of Jalmahal and now its soil has been removed.
Between the densest population of Narnaul, this historic monument was built by Divya Rai Mukund Das of Narnaul during the reign of Shah Jahan. This monument is the largest of Narnaul’s Mughal historical monuments. The clearance of water from the inside of the building,arrangement of fountains and clearance of light and water in the underground floor can be seen. The structure of this five-storey building is square, among which there is a large square. The huge stone pillars, the Darbar Hall and the huge verandas and stairs and umbrellas of the building are unique specimens of building art. However, at this time most of the hive has been roof-stricken and the monument is in disrepair. It is said that this monument is connected to the tunnel by way of Delhi, Jaipur, Mahendergarh and Loosi. According to citizen, long time ago, a procession was in place to see a tunnel but it did not return. Birbal was known to have come here during Akbar’s reign, so this monument is known as Birbal’s hive.
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