Khusro Bagh is a garden which enshrines the tomb of Prince Khusrao, the eldest son of Emperor Jahangir and Sultan Begum. The historical garden represents an exquisite example of Mughal Architecture. The three sandstone mausoleums within this give a perfect artifact where the design of its main entrance, the surrounding gardens and the three-tier tomb of Sultan Begum has been attributed to Aqa Reza, Jahangir’s principal court artist.
The garden also enshrines the tomb of Sultana Begum. The tomb has a large chhatri that surmounts the plinth and inscription with beautiful Islamic Inscriptions carved by Jahangir’s favorite calligrapher, Mir Abdullah Mushkin Qalam. that adorn her tomb. Next to the tomb of Begum is the tomb of Khusraus’s sister, Nithar.
Beside its historic grandeur, the Khusro Bagh is famous for trees like mango and guava. A visit in the morning in the garden is a true essence of natural harmony as it is a less crowded place. The place is open from a period of 6 am to 7 pm. Though the monuments are locked but one may experience the architectural brilliancy, lush around the greenery garden which is highly charming creates a picturesque aroma.