Jodha Bai's palace is the largest and most important part of Imperial Harem, having all facilities, provisions and safeguards. The name Jodha Bai palace is a misnomer in itself. It is most widely accepted that the building was for Raniwas or Zenani-Dyodhi. The palace building consists of a rectangular block measuring 231'8"x215' in dimension, with a single magnificent gateway on eastern side, which was protected by guard rooms, having triangular ceiling and other apartments. Several Hindu motifs have been used in the building, which confirms that occupant of the building was a Hindu lady.
Hindu motifs like hams (swan), parrot, elephants, lotus, srivatsa mark,
ghant mala etc are decorated in the interior. The colonnaded dalan
contains curvilinear square pillars with beautiful moldings and
extremely graceful brackets. The western suite, which serves the purpose
of temple, contains beautiful curvilinear pillars with brackets. This
suite contains vedikas and several Hindu motifs. The super structure of
the building is comprises of chhatris, chhaparkhats with eight pillars,
semi circular domes and triangular khaprel roofs, The corner domes and
khaprel roofs bears traces of arabesque designs in glazed tiles.
The Jodha Bai palace at Fatehpur Sikri is an important part of the Imperial Harem.