Set up in the 17th century by Shahjahan, Shah Jahani Hamam is situated at Burhanpur
in Madhya Pradesh
. It consists of three rooms built in Turkish style. One of the rooms has two water fountains. It has dome styled roof and marble floor. The center piece is a fountain which is considered as a work of art. Its walls contain a set of clay pipes and water is fed through the pipes to the South-East wall, on which there is a painting which appears to be a fish skin. On the west side, there were two clay ovens to provide hot and cold water for the baths.
This site is managed by the Historical Trust Department.