Khair-Ul-Manzil (or 'the most auspicious of edifices') was commissioned by Maham Angah, the wet nurse of the Mughal emperor Akbar, and constructed in 1561- 62. At the western end of the central courtyard is the prayer chamber of the mosque; along the other three sides are colonnades which housed a madarsa (school). It hardly gets any visitors, despite being located across the road from the well visited Purana Qila, probably because very few people are aware of it's existence or significance.
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