(Last Updated on : 29/05/2019)
Azam and Muazzam Khans Tomb is a medieval brick tomb
in Vasna, Ahmedabad
. The tomb was built over graves of Persian brothers, Azam and Muazzam Khan, the archers and architects of Gujarat Sultanate era. The architecture of the Sarkhej Roza
located in the village of Makarba in Ahmedabad district
is credited to Azam and Muazzam Khan.
Structure of Azam and Muazzam Khans Tomb
Azam and Muazzam Khans Tomb was constructed in 1457 in solid bricks similar to Dariya Khans Tomb. The tomb is a large domed cube with four corner towers. The garden
and the mosque
nearby no longer exist.
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