Diwan-i-Khas, or private room, where the emperor conducted the affairs of state. There he met with ministers and nobles. Focus Diwan-i-Khas was the legendary Peacock Throne and the presidents of the seven jewels of Shah Jahan. Unfortunately, caught up in Nader Shah of Iran in 1739.In the pulpit, was the center of the famous Peacock Throne, which was abolished in 1739, a pair of rare Shah. Over angle curves north-south under the eaves of the famous poem by Amir Khusraw: “If this Eden of Michigan, who is who. ”
This room is used by the public private Emperor with elected officials and visitors. Initially, they were on the west side of the two Diwan-i-Khas houses, enclosures were removed after buncie.Bunt, Bahadur Shah II, the Court has the Diwan-i-Khas.