A caravan is a combination of a caravan (servant) means a group of passengers who travel a group. And the house, meaning home and place. Both words are derived from the Pahlavi language. Simply put, the caravanserai is a building that houses a caravan and is the largest type of Islamic building. The plan is usually square or rectangular, with a huge and tall, usually simple and unaffected entrance, with walls that sometimes fit winds on its ends. An arched archway between the entrance and the inner courtyard has provided enough space to accommodate the livestock. On the platform that lies around this courtyard, there are tabs that articulate the interior. Behind them are small small chambers designed to house passengers. In the two-story caravanserai, there were lower chambers for storing goods and from upper chambers to accommodate travelers.