Aurangzeb planned to construct a palace in the year 1692 and later on, the palace got renowned as the Killa Arak. Though the palace can not be seen in its original structure today but its ruins can be witnessed from Delhi to Mecca Gate. There are four entrances of this historical site and a special Nakarkhana for the musicians. The only fascinating and alluring portions of the palace are the Darbar Hall and the Jumma Masjid. In the garden, you can see the throne-room of Aurangzeb and is in a rostra appearance. The palace is embedded with a plain and simple pavilion that can be entered through a gallery.