Salim Singh-ki-Haveli was constructed almost 300 years back by the then prime minister Salim Singh in 1815. This fantastic crowned monument houses mind-blowing carvings of peacocks on the roofs and walls. This haveli was after its owner who was called Salim Singh Mohta. Salim Singh-ki-Haveli has the magnificent structure that is decorated with a wonderful pavilion. Situated on top, this pavilion was famed as building of Salim Singh. The roof of this edifice was constructed in an arched style and the walls were carved with peacock paintings. Balconies and halls of this haveli are also adorned by this amazing carved architecture.
There is a remarkable painting of a man wearing a black turban. This painting has been made in a Mughal style. The Moti Mahal within the Haveli of Salim Singh has been constructed by skilled and adept workmen. This was the mansion where dances used to be held in order to entertain the courtiers and the royal gentry. It is located right below a hill. The structure has two extra storeys made out of pure wood. The structure has been built amidst calm and serene surroundings. On the walls of Salim Singh ki haveli, there are vibrant, graceful and stylish murals paintings that add an extra opulent charm to this lovely medieval mansion. The haveli draws number of attention of the tourists.