TOMB OF KHAN-I-KHANAN (NIZAMUDDIN)-
Abdu'r Rahim Khan, who had the title of Khan-i-Khanan, was the son of Bairam Khan', regent of
Akbar. He served both Akbar and Jahangir. He knew several languages and composed couplets in Hindi under the familiar name of Rahim. The tomb follows the pattern of Humayun's tomb and has chhatris at the corners of the central dome and dalans in the middle of the sides. The marble and other stones which faced it originally, were removed and used in the Safdarjung's Tomb.