HAZIRA MAQBARA :- INFORMATION ABOUT HAZIRA MAQBARA VADODARA
HAZIRA MAQBARA :-
The tomb known as Hazira at Vadodara, Gujarat, India. It also contains tombs of Qutb-ud-din Muhammad Khan who was the tutor of Salim, son of Successor of Akbar. Also that of his son Naurang Khan who organise important offices in Gujarat under Akbar. Qutb-ud-din was uncle of Mirza Aziz Koka, a foster brother of Akbar and the Governor of Gujarat thrice in between 1573 AD to 1583 AD.
ABOUT HAZIRA MAQBARA :-
In 1853, he was kill by Muzaffar Shah, the last sultan of Gujarat Sultanate. Five arch on each side and is build on high octagonal platform with smaller gates on the cardinal direction. At Delhi it is the style of Mughal Tombs. With thick plaster of brick red colour, the lower portion of cylindrical dome surrounding the tomb was cover.
On jail work on eastern side walls, the quranic texts in Arabic are carve, inside the tomb chamber. The false grave in the tomb chamber and real grave is in an underground chamber.
In the city, this Safavi-Persian styled monument is consider to be the one of the oldest and only existing Mughal Monument. An old step well all around the tomb which use to supply of water to the garden.