In this article, we describe a way to obtain beyond diffraction limited imaging capability behind a scattering medium using structured illumination microscopy (SIM). A scattering medium such as a ground glass diffuser or a biological material poses obstacles to image formation, let alone high resolution imaging. However, building on the work of Vellekoop et al. [Opt. Lett. 35, 1245 (2010). [CrossRef] ] that transforms a scattering medium into a lens, we have previously demonstrated a technique to generate an array of focal spots behind a scattering medium [Opt. Express 24, 23018 (2016). [CrossRef] ]. Using such focal spot arrays, we illuminate fluorescent beads hidden behind a scattering medium. We process the recorded fluorescence images using an SIM reconstruction algorithm to reveal images beyond the limit of resolution of the scattering lens.