GRAVE OF MIRZAJAHANGIR (NIZAMUDDIN)-
Mirza Jahangir was the eldest son of late Mughal emperor Akbar II. After being imprisoned for having
fired a pistol at Mr. Seton, the Resident at Delhi, he died at Khusro Bagh, Allahabad in A.H. 1236 (A.D. 1821) and his remains were first interred there but were subsequently brought to Delhi. The marble grave of Mirza Jahangir, profusely decorated with floral carvings, bears the takhti, the emblem of a woman's grave, it is said that the grave was
originally that of a woman, but was placed over the remains of the prince on a dispensation being granted for the purpose by the Muslim lawyers.