Built in 14th century by Firoz Shah Tughlaq, ‘Bhuli Bhatiyari ka mahal’ is one of the three hunting lodges that were built by him over the ridge. Pir Ghaib and Malcha Mahal are the other two.
The structure has a decent size and contains small chambers. The name, as the lore goes is derived from Bu-Ali Bhatti’s, who was the female caretaker of the lodge. The entry to the monument from the North-East, and it has a D-shaped ‘machaan’ built inside, which provided good vision while hunting.
The gallery contains some of the images I clicked while at the place.
(Click on an image to see the gallery)