beautiful tomb of Shah Quli Khan was built by Shah Quli Khan himself in
1574-75 AD. Shah Quli Khan was the Governor of Narnaul during the reign of
Akbar (AD 1556 - 1605) and he built this tomb for his father but after his
death his mortal remains were also interred here. Situated on a high
octagonal platform approachable from south, the tomb was built of grey
stone mixed with red sandstone presenting a remarkable appearance.
Both the interior and exterior of tomb are octagonal on plan having a narrow passage supported on projecting brackets running all along the base of the arched openings and recesses. The interior of the tomb is divided into two storeys. Upto the level of the lower storey, white marble is used and the second storey carries beautiful lime plaster. The tomb is crowned by a low dome sitting over a high octagonal drum.
How To Get There
Air: The nearest airport is at Delhi.
Rail: The nearest rail junction is at Narnaul.
Road: Narnaul has a bus stand of its own.