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The pavilion known as the Diwan-I Khass, or Private Audience Hall,
stands in a courtyard near the Diwan-I Amm. It is distinguished from other
pavilions by the singular column at the center of its interior.
The elaborately carved stone column almost fills the height of the pavilion.
Its capital gets larger as it gets higher, and is made up of stone brackets.
The top of the column, which is otherwise freestanding, is accessed by catwalks
from each upper-level corner of the rectangular pavilion.