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Hindola Mahal

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An audience hall, also belonging to Ghiyas-ud-din's reign, it derives its name of "swinging palace" from its sloping sidewalls. Superb and innovative techniques are also evident in its ornamental facade, delicate trelliswork in sandstone and beautifully moulded columns.

To the West of Hindola Mahal there are several unidentified buildings which still bear traces of their past grandeur. Amidst these is an elaborately constructed well called Champa Baoli, which is connected with underground vaulted rooms where arrangements for cold and hot water were made.

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