TOMB OF MUHAMMAD SHAH KNOWN AS MUBARAK KHAN-KA-GUMBAD
(KHAIRPURILODI GARDEN) - Muhammad Shah, son of Farid Shah, was the third king of Sayyid dynasty.
He ascended the throne in A.H. 837 (A.D. 1433-34) and died in A.H. 849 (A.D. 1445).
The building is said to have been erected by Alaud-Din Alam Shah, son and successor
of Muhammad Shah. The tomb consists of an octagonal chamber surrounded by a verandah. The
three arched openings on each face are supported on double square pillars which are typical
of the buildings of this period. The eight-pillared chhatris, the dome of typical Afghan type,
sloping masonry of buttresses, guldastas above the corners and along the angles of the drum are
important architectural and decorative features of the building. There are eight graves in the
building, the one in the centre is of Muhammad Shah.