This memorable place known as Hazira at Vadodara which contains the tombs of Qutb-ud-clatter Muhammad Khan who was the guide of Salim, kid and successor of Akbar, and besides that of his youngster Naurang Khan who held his imperative working environments in Gujarat under Akbar. Qutb-ud-clamor was uncle of Mirza Aziz Koka, an encourage sibling of Akbar and the Governor of Gujarat thrice in the middle of 1573 AD to 1583 AD. He was slaughtered in 1583 by the Muzaffar Shah III, the last sultan of Gujarat Sultanate. Based on high octagonal stage with littler doors on the cardinal bearings and five curves on each side. This is one of the best historic place to visit.
It is in the style of Mughal tombs at Delhi. The genuine grave is in an underground load and the false grave in the tomb load. The Quranic messages in Arabic are cut, inside tomb chamber, on lintels, curves and furthermore above Jali deal with eastern side dividers. The surviving parapet divider on the rooftop porch is adorned with Merlon outlines in block red shading clear from the follows. The lower segment of round and hollow arch encompassing the tomb was secured with thick mortar of block red shading.