Bijai Mandal tower stands on a high mound, faced with stone and masonry, about 83 feet from the ground, with steps and the masonry sides of he mound have sufered much from the effects of time. this terrence is surrounded by a roofless octangal room over which, According to Syud Ahmed Khan, there was twelve doored room whwnce the king viewed his troops. The room now in existencehas four doors it is built of stone and masonry, and the corners are protected with red sandstone. It is 20 feet high and about 38 feet square the walls slope downward to the base, where they gain width about 4 feet in a height of 20 feet.
Not far from the grounds of this tower is a domed pavilion about 37 feethigh and 50 feet square. It is built of stone and masonry, and is in very fair order. There is wall mosque close to the graveyard. The whole place has an air of desolation which is neighbourhood to the village of Begampur has not changed.
Abdul Haq Muhaddis a manof considerable repution as a pkilospher and divine in the regns of Akbar and Jahangir, the author of Akbar-ulAkhtar a history of Muhammad saints, who lived in Delhi, and died there in the year 1052 A.H (1642 A.D), he was buried outside this tower in jahanpanah, and the group of gravs in its neighbourhood belongs to members of his family who settled n Delhi.