Malviya Nagar and Chiragh-Delhi, not far from the road lies the square
domed tomb of Shaikh 'Ala-ud-Din Shakarganj. He died in 1541-42, although
he built his tomb earlier in 913 AH (1507), as seen from an inscription
over its doorway.
The tomb-chamber rests on twelve columns, the space between them on the outside having been screened by perforated slabs. Its dome rises from a sixteen-sided drum. With incised and coloured plaster-medallions on the spandrels of arches, merlon designs on the parapets of the dome, considerable decorative effect has been achieved in this tomb.