Shaikh Fazlullah, a saint and poet who lived from Sikandar Lodi's reign to that of Humayun, was also
known as Jalal Khan and Jamali. Jamali- Kamali's mosque, located about 300 m south of Balban's Tomb, is important in the history ofIndo-Muslim architecture as it is an interesting example of
the Lodi style marking the transition, from the Moth-Masjid to Sher Shah's Mosque and sharing architectural features of both the mosques. The arched screen of the prayer hall, oriel windows and
octagonal corner towers at the rear are the notable architectural
features while a few niches in the western wall are decorated with Quranic inscriptions. Theconstruction of the mosque was started during Babur's reign (AD. 1526-30) and completed during that of Humayun. Shaikh Fazlullah (Jamali) died in AD. 1535-36 but his
tomb was commenced prior to his death in the year AD. 1528-29. Out of the two graves in the tomb, one is ofJamali while the other is that of Kamali, an unknown person. Its flat roofed chamber, walls
and ceilings are decorated with incised and painted plaster and coloured tiles.