Gujri Mahal is the name of the palace built by Firoz Shah Tughlaq for his mistress Gujri.The palace is located outside the complex and was built as an outlying portion of it.Gujri was the mistress of Firoz Shah Tughlaq. She was a local resident of Hisar
The palace was built using rubble and Mortar. Like other structures present inside the complex, this was also built using parts of destroyed temples as is visible from the pillars located inside the palace.
Only a small portion of the palace remains now. The palace is built on a rectangular platform. The most visible part of the what now remains of the palace is the Baradari, called so because of the presence of twelve doorways, three on each side. It was used for social gatherings. Four pillars are located inside the chamber to support the roof.These pillars were taken from the destroyed Hindu and Jain temples.
There are three underground apartments located below the platform. One of them is a tank and it is believed that this tank served as a bath.Nine graves are also located on the platform but do not belong to the original structure. Seven of them are sarcophagi while the other two are brick shrines. All of them belong to 17th or 18th century. The building has been declared as a Centrally Protected Monument by Archaeological Survey of India
.The palace is closed for public.