(Last Updated on : 20-06-2013)
Maqbara of Kaisar Khan located in Rajasthan
was built during the Muslim rule in India
. It is situated in the Kishor Sagar Tank in Kota
city. The Maqbara is also known as Hajire Wale Baba.
The Maqbara of the Kaisar Khan is 30 feet in length and 40 feet in width. There are three Mazars inside the Maqbara of Kaisar Khan. The height of the Maqbara is 15 feet. Each of Mazar is in 8 feet in length and 4 feet in width. A chawk has been constructed of 20 feet in length and 30 feet in width. A mosque has also been built which has its own historical significance. The mosque is 10 feet in length and 20 feet in width. There are several Mazars outside the Maqbara of the Kaisar Khan. They bear the look of a medieval period graveyard.
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