Gulab Bari in Faizabad, India is the prevalent name for the rose garden that encompasses the Mausoleum of Shuja-ud-daulah, who was the third Nawab of the territory of Awadh or Oudh. The Faizabad Gulab Bari was built up in the year 1775.
As can be comprehended from the name itself, Gulab Bari, Faizabad Gulab or Golap implies rose, is a garden of roses in Faizabad. Beds of roses of different tints encompass the different landmarks of the place.
Worked over a vast zone, the Golap Bari houses the tombs of Shuja-ud-daulah in the middle and that of his mom to one side and father on its right side. Aside from these, the Faizabad Gulab Bari likewise contains a Mosque and a tomb of a sacred Muslim man, which is also called an Imambara. This Imambara is situated on the southern side to where the three tombs lie.