Tosh-Khauli was a family Khan’s court-harem. Horem, those days, usually separated from the palace by corridor.  Corridors were long and continuous, often meet same located in one of Khiva hotels. South side was occupied by five main rooms:Khon’s house and four wives quarters. For concubines, relatives, servants a separate building had been intended – two-storey buildings, which passed along perimeter of yard. Complete garem represented whole art. Every Aivan is masterpiece. Each wall, ceiling embelished with ornaments, beautiful patterns. Walls colouring shined in blue dyeing. Ceilings painted by best epoch masters. Their beauty is unique. Roofs decors are made in red-brown colors. Windows decorated with exclusive charm, lattices (openwork). Cailings distempered within red-brawn paints. Windowpanes stay closed by copper openedwork latices.