Abdullah Khan's Tomb
The tomb of Abdullah Khan is noteworthy for its simplicity and elegance. This tomb in glittering white marble stands as a magnificient memoir. Situated in a strategic location, this tomb is constructed by the Sayyid brothers as a memoir of their late father. This marvelous marble structure is erected on an elevated platform that can be ascended through four steps. A plain rectangular construction with four towers and burnished arches, its bends are ornamented the tomb has a stunning appearance.
Built in the year 1710 AD, this tomb represents the architecture grandeur of the later mughal era. A plaque in the nearby shrine describes that one more mosque and a patch were put up alongside with this mosque, of which nothing remains. Another imposing structure that lies opposite to this tomb is the crypt of Abdullah Khan’s wife, which, nevertheless diminutive, shows a graceful look.