Kanch Mahal is a beautiful monument in Uttar Pradesh, which the tourists come to admire during India tour. Kanch Mahal is situated in the southeast corner of Akbar’s Sikandara. It was constructed in the period between 1605-19, now in ruins. It was a two-storeyed building with a central square hall. Kanch Mahal is consisted of four square rooms having opening on two sides for the purpose of ventilation. Two façade is also in the north and south of the Mahal. It is decorated by elaborate craved lotus bud and periphery.
Similarly the east and west frontage are also identical. The construction material of the Kanch Mahal is brick and masonry. This material is used for the purpose of Plaster followed by red sandstone. Throughout the building carving has been for wine bases, circular niche with full-blown lotus, floral creepers and geometrical designs. For decorating purposes inlaid mosaic work, green and orange tiles, glazed blue and roofs are also gracefully placed. It is for tile work the name Kanch Mahal occurs to the place.