It is a small building in the northeast corner of Harem
Sara. It is popularly known as hospital, but no system of
hospitalization for ladies of Harem Sara is ever recorded in any
literary source. There were originally 12 rooms, but now only four have
survived which are 4.26mx2.89m in dimensions. Ladies' Guest House is
more likely to have been a guesthouse for those high borne women whom
Akbar used to admit in his Harem for short stays. This building was
ideally suited for regular reception of transient guests. These rooms
have flat wings and their walls were once plastered with borders of red
and white colour around the doors and windows. The stone slab of the
roof were carved on the soffit and outside chiselled to imitate tiles.
Baths and toilets have been provided at western corner.