iv) Queen's BathThough known as the queen's bath, this water pavilion was probably intended for male courtiers and their female companions. The structure presents a severely plain exterior, which contrasts markedly with the interior where there is a delightful arcaded corridor roofed with ornate vaults of different designs running around a square pool. Balconies with arched windows, decorated with delicate plasterwork, project over the pool.
Next we went to Queen’s Bath. It was a square shaped building with a tank inside and enclosed by a trench.
Although called Queen’s bath, the pool was used by both Kings and Queens.
Located closer to the entrance of the Royal Enclosure, the Queen’s Bath is a colossal bathing place for the King and his queens. Using a network of aqueducts and canals, this Bath had a constant supply of fresh water. This was constructed by King Achyutaraya.