A fight of steps from the main road leads to an open area just outside the Dargah, which consists of a porch and two small, square rooms. This Dargah house the graves of Hazrat Imam Nasiruddin, a direct descendant of the holy Prophet and his young nephew Ibrahim. Porch is spanned with a flat ceiling supported by columns embellished with ornate capitals. Dargah is covered with two domes topped with finials, supported on the interior by squinches. Ceilings of the main shrine are decorated in plaster and colour. The structure has been altered over a period of time and is in a good condition.
Bab-i-Faiz Gate is also known as Salar Jung Gate. Built by Nawab Sadiq in 1737, it served as main entrance to the town of Panipat. It is constructed of Lakhori bricks and stone foundation. The main passage has two arched openings on either side. The outer multi foliated arches are flanked by decorated with arched niches stacked vertically. Crenellations forming a pattern along the top of a parapet make one of the main features of this gate. The gate currently stands in a busy market area.
The Baoli at Badshahspur is located off of the highway 13 and is hidden behind a School. The Baoli structure consists of a rectangular tank accessible by a series of broad steps. The tank is divided into a number of different tanks/spaces by a series of arched walls, spanning the width of the tank. The structure is constructed of brick and plastered. One of the side walls of the tank is shared by the adjoining school. The tank is not functional and is in poor state of preservation with stagnant water.
This baoli was built by Bhai rulers of Kaithal State for the use of the general public. Popularly known as Bhai ki Baoli, it is located near the Government Hospital in the town of Kaithal. The structure is composed of lakhori bricks with lime-surkhi. The step well is three storeyed high with water tank the lowest level. It is approached by descending flight of steps leading down-wards to the well. The walls on the either side of the steps are embellished with blind arches.