It is a Mughal-time garden, which is said to have been worked by Emperor Jehangir's better half Noorjahan in around 1620 AD as a late spring retreat. The Garden has common springs, symmetrically orchestrated wellsprings, 400 year old structures, and a scope of bright blooming plants all canopied under immense chinar trees.One can see blossoms of incredible assortment, esp. rose and dahlia. There were fancy plants and ornamental bushes. The garden was perfect and all around kept up. The strikingly symmetrical structures of tomb and the wellsprings help one to remember those at Taj Mahal or some other Mughal age landmark. This place is a perfect stopping place/excursion spot for local people and in addition out-of-State vacationers.