Sangin Burj is located to the north on the palace
precincts. Its great breadth and depth of the arch in the external side
of the bastion is regarded to be the uniqueness of this monument.
Only five sides of this octagonal building are visible, as the palace
wall cuts off its three rear faces. The bastion is made up of red and
buff sand stone containing semicircular pattern. The façade is
adorned with a four centered arch edged with buff sand stone and
decorated with flame-like decoration. The spandrels of arch contain buff
rossets and are enclosed in red sand stone frame.
Interior of the Sangin Burj is made up of rubble-plastered masonry. The
Sangin Burj also has a spacious central hall approached by a
tibara-pillared verandah, with rooms on the three sides and corner
chambers. The walls of these rooms are decorated with beautiful dado
panels with geometrical designs and niches. The building has a domical