On the lofty crest of the hill to the south beyond the palace of Baz Bahadur stands Roopmati’s Pavilion, a magnificent expression of Afghan architecture. It was originally built as an army observation post. From its hill perch, this magnificent structure with its two pavilions was a retreat of the lovely queen, Roopmati, from where she could see Baz Beater’s Palace and the sacred river Narmada
. Sitting at the pavilion, one can enjoy the sunset over the Narmada river.