Baradari is a large building located across the Baba Murad Shah Tank, standing on a square platform. Structure consists of a square courtyard surrounded by verandas on all sides and three rooms in each corner. Each verandah is entered through a series of three pointed arched openings. A continuous chajjas runs along the periphery of the courtyard below the parapet on the inner walls as well as the outer walls. Outer arches on the western side are closed with moulded terra cotta work so as to form three mehrabs. Entrance to the rooms is through a flat opening with a ventilator on top, which were originally filled with Terracotta lattices. Exterior facade is decorated with blind arches and niches. The structure is constructed of brick and covered with plaster and painted. An upper storey has been recently added to the Bardari. Rang Mahal is located to the north of the tombs at Hadironwala Bagh complex. This structure is planned around a central verandah with cusped arched openings on the north and south side flanked by a room. Northern and southern sides of the verandah have been bricked up. Two staircases lead to the terrace above. Each corner of the northern side is crowned with an octagonal chattri, supported on slender octagonal pillars. From the western wall of this building extends into a thick wall with a small semi octagonal bastion.
An arcaded bridge is located in the middle of the fields in close proximity to Dakhni Sarai called the Dakhni Bridge. It is situated to the south of the village Mahlian Khan on Nakodar-Kapurthala Road, 12 km from Nakodar. Once it spanned the Dhauli-Veni River to the east of the Dakhni Sarai; it was the only approaching way to the sarai. The river which flew under the bridge has now shifted its course and moved closer to the sarai.The bridge is an arcaded structure with several arches and piers supporting the road above.Originally, it had five arched spans, the central one being the highest. Most of the arched openings are now sunk in the ground with only the springing points visible. The bridge is damaged in the center and therefore not functional. Constructed of brick, the bridge left unplastered and devoid of any ornamentation.
Tomb of ustad is located in Hadironwala Bagh complex along with Tomb of Ustad. Raised on an octagonal platform the tomb is approached by a double flight of steps on the north and south sides of the platform. The platform accommodates the crypt of the tomb, entered through south side under the staircase. This tomb is octagonal in form, with four large and four short sides (known as Baghdadi octagon). Each larger face of the octagon has a large rectangular recess spanning the height of the structure with a doorway and a ventilator while the smaller one has recessed arches on two levels. All three doorways with the exception of south have been covered with trellis work. Two staircases each are located on north and south side of the tomb lead to the upper recesses with one on extreme north side leads to the roof level. Interiors of the dome are lined with deep niches of varying sizes on two levels. The interior is spanned with a domical roof and the walls have marble like coating on them with a few surfaces covered with inscriptions. Highly decorative (yellow, blue and green) glazed tile work is located on the spandrels of arches and the middle panels on the exterior façade. A few surfaces are also covered with paintings. The inscription on the tomb mentions the tomb as Muhammad Mumin al-Husayni's Tomb.
Tomb of Shagird stand in close vicinity to the Tomb of Ustad, in Hadironwala Bagh complex. The tomb stands on a square platform paneled with deep niches on all four sides. Steps located on all four sides of the platform provide access to the tomb. This tomb is square in plan on the outside and octagonal on the inside with all four corners punctuated by octagonal turrets at each corner covered with cupolas. Each side of the square is marked with deep recessed opening housing doorways, with main entrance on the south. A staircase on the south side, near the entrance leads to the roof. Octagon shaped interior of the tomb has large recesses located diagonally at lower level while the upper level has continuous niches. 6 Sarcophagi present in the centre of the room. Interiors are plastered and adorned with inscriptions from Quran along with some paintings. A dome spans the interior of the tomb, covered with an inverted lotus and a finial. Almost all the surfaces of tomb are profusely decorated with panels of glazed tile work in various colours, which forms the main feature of the tomb. An Inscription on the tomb mentions Haji Jamal’s Tomb.
Kos Minars or distance pillars were raised to mark the distance travelled; the minars (pillars) were placed at intervals of a kos (a distance of approximately 4.17 km). These are plastered brick structures standing on square platform. Each minar soars from a tapering octagonal base which is separated from the upper circulatory portion by a molding. This kos minar survives in a good condition on the 17th century Agra - Lahore road between Nakodar and Mahlian Kalan.