Takht Mahal is a royal residence built in 1432 by Bahmani Kings. The architecture of the palace is an amalgamation of Persian and Islamic style, decorated with granite, wood, and mosaic. This structure located to the western side of the Bidar Fort is now only left with arches as remains. Though the Mahal mainly opens to the north there are several small doorways to the other sides of the monument. Its interiors adorned with both Islamic art and Hindu Calligraphy makes it one of a kind among other palaces. The Mahal shelters an extravagant durbar hall for ceremonies and a hot water swimming pool carved with granite.