This monument lies about 500m southwest of the junction of
Panchkuin and Original roads. Like the two preceding monuments, this is
also a hunting-palace, built by Feroze Shah Tughluq. Lying on the northern
bank of a reservoir enclosed by bunds, only parts of which are now
traceable, it consists of a rectangular enclosure, entered through two
gateways on its north-eastern corner, and remains of pavilions on the
thick southern embankment. The southern and eastern walls of the enclosure
are provided with bastions. It is now being used as a Youth Hostel.
According to Sayyid Ahmad Khan, author of Athar-us-Sanadid, the place was once occupied by a person called Bu'-'Ali Bhatti, which got corrupted into 'Bhuli' or 'Bholi Bhatiyari' ('forgetful of simple female innkeeper'), and gave it its present name. The tradition is however, not backed by evidence.