The tomb of Fateh Jang or Faeh Jang ka Gumbad is a commemoration committed to Fateh Jang, a clergyman in the court of the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan. The commended lord is known to disparage outlandish expressions and shocking design. One such case of his virtuosity and compositional artfulness is this landmark. A great amalgamation of Indo-Islamic plans and Rajputana style; the tomb reflects splendor and mastery.
The five-storeyed building brags of epic minarets worked in grand sandstones and draws an extensive number of sightseers. The genuine cenotaph is arranged in the focal point of the landmark and is encompassed by rich green patio nurseries.