Doors came in two types- Main entrance doors and internal doors. The main entrance door, which was part of a larger gateway design, was usually made of thick solid wood for extra security and often studded with iron nails. They came with elaborate wooden or iron locks that required big keys often more than 20 centimeters long.
Internal doors of important rooms were usually framed in stone or marble, made of fine solid teak wood, and came in two pieces. They were often decorated with rich carved floral patterns and sometimes even inlaid with mother-of-pearl frames. Other rooms had simpler doors and many small functional space s were left with no doors- just openings for entry.