This dargah is placed inside the metropolis of Kota within the country of Rajasthan. The mosque is positioned within the southern direction of the metropolis and became built in the course of the Muslim rule in India. The Dargah of Adharshila is likewise known as the Dargah of Amir Kabir and is a massive complex spread over a large vicinity. The ambience around the dargah is serene and completely satisfied and it draws a huge variety of tourists from throughout India. The mausoleum is one hundred ten feet tall and eighty toes extensive and is known as so due to the fact saint Adharshila was buried there beneath a unmarried, big piece of rock.
The most important gate of the dargah is superbly adorned with archs measuring 20 ft in peak, 10 feet in period and 15 toes in breadth. There is a prime chowk within the dargah which is 40 ft lengthy and 50 toes wide. There are many small mazars gift in the chowk and even there are small chhatrees present on the 4 corners of the building. The compound wherein the graveyard is gift is seen through just entering the gate. Towards the main mazar a high plint or chabootra with many ‘tabiz’ may be seen. The mausoleum become constructed inside the vicinity of the River Chambal. It has 3 aisles and two bays. There is not any inscription present inside the mosque.