The walls were built on the original foundations that also required to be strengthened by grouting of lime mortar. A brick shuttering was provided with the help of mud mortar matching with the original, to give proper shape to the openings. On its drying, rubble masonry including preparing wedge shaped stones, were provided using lime mortar (1:1:2) (1 - lime, 1- surkhi, 2 - sand) mixed with organic additives such as jaggery and belgiri. The five half-domed bays on the western façade were reconstructed, raising the wall levels by 300mm.
Three archways on each façade have an arched opening over the doorway, which originally held stone lattice screens that seem to have been removed from here in the 20th century. These were not only important architectural elements but also served to prevent the entry of birds. After careful inspection and documentation of each arched openings, it was found that the opening sizes were disturbed during earlier repairs and these varied considerably in size. New lattice screens prepared individually by the master craftsmen using traditional tools have now been installed in the arched openings.