The Royal Bath was also used as a Council Chamber but high ranks or nobles were permitted to enter in these rooms. With the end of Mughal era, the hammam died its own death. During Sikh rule, its heating system was completely destroyed and many ornaments were plucked out on the ceilings and walls. In British Raj it was converted into the offices and residence of the police and soldiers. “Most of the structure in this quadrangle is followed by trabeated style of architecture.
Hindu temple is constructed on a raised platform with sets of three recessed cusped arches in all four walls”.