Sultan Mehmud had built the palaces on the southwest corner of the tank. Though in ruins, they tell the tales of past glory and greatness. The palace on the south bank houses a small, but pretty mosque believed to be used by Mehmoud Begada for his paryers. Underneath the palace is the door to reach the base of the tank. There is a subterranean passage supposedly to reach Memudabad (about 30 Kms) from this place.
Sultan Mehmud Begda erected mausoleums for himself and his family on the northern bank of this great bank and opposite the mausoleum of the saint. The Kings' chamber contains the remains of three rulers of Gujarat : Sultan Mehmud Begda, Sultan Muzaffar II and Sultan Mehmud III, the grandson of Muzaffar II.
On the western side, the other corresponding tomb chamber contains the graves of some of the queens, among which the most well known is that of Bibi Rajabai, the queearated from each other by steps leading down to the lake. A strong adherence to the principle of symmetry in architecture, points to the fact that once upon a n of Sultan Muzaffar Shah II. The mausoleums of the Kings and Queens are septime, beautiful jaalis must have adorned the outer walls of the Queens tomb as well. But now, only crude brick masonary work is seen.