Birbal Bhavan is located in Fatehpur Sikri near Jodhabai Palace. It was built in 1571 as a part of Akbar’s Harem for two of his favourite queens but it ended up becoming home to his courtier Raja Birbal.
It combines Mughal type of architecture with Persian art. It is made of red sandstone with arches and columns. The Birbal Bhawan is known for its intricate design and double domed architecture, which was designed to keep the building cool during summers.