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This tomb was built by the King Ghazi-ud-din Haider (1814-27 A.D.) for his mother Mushir Zadi, wife of Nawab Saadat Ali Khan (1798-1814 A.D.). It was erected on the spot of residential complex where Ghazi-ud-din Haider lived as crown prince. Square on plan, it is built up of lakhauri bricks laid in lime mortar and decorated with plaster mouldings. It has four octagonal towers crowned by pillared kiosks with dome above. The main hall has verandah on each side. The parapet has a number of miniature domes. Above the main hall are four octagonal corner domes and an elegant central dome. The underground vault contains two graves,one of which is that of the queen and the other is said to be that of her daughter.