Paigah Tombs or Maqhbara Shams al-Umara, are the tombs belonging to the the Aristocracy of Paigah family, who had been fierce loyalists of the Nizams, served as statespeople, philanthropists and generals beneath and alongside them. The Paigah tombs are some of the principal wonders of Hyderabad State which known for their architectural excellence as proven in their laid mosaic tiles and craftsmanship paintings. The Paigah's necropolis is placed in a quiet neighbourhood 4 km southeast of Charminar Hyderabad, at Pisal banda suburb, down a small lane across from Owasi Hospital near Santosh Nagar.
These tombs are produced from lime and mortar with lovely inlaid marble carvings. These tombs are two hundred years old which constitute the very last resting locations of numerous generations of the Paigah Nobles. At first, Paigah Tombs may additionally appearance deserted and absolutely neglected, however on a closer appearance, you will find the place pretty spell binding. With incredible carvings and motifs in floral designs and inlaid mosaic tile-works, the tombs are first-rate to stroll round. The tombs and their walls are delicately carved and enclosed in pierced marble facades, some of them in rows and a few with superbly carved displays and canopies.
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