monument now lies within the compound of the Teen Murti House, which
houses the Nehru Memorial Museum and Library.
It is an almost square rubble-built structure, three-aisle deep and with three arched openings resting on stone pillars. Its vaulted ceiling is finished flat on the roof.
It was probably built by Feroze Shah Tughluq and was used by him as one of his several hunting lodges. Originally there existed an embankment near it, which stored rainwater.