The tomb of sharf un Nissa Begum is populary known as “Saru Wala Maqbara” because of the images of cypress (Saru) trees on its walls. Sharf un Nissa was the sister of a Mughal noble.

She built a tower where she studied Quran every day. Respecting her wishes, after her death, She was buried in the chamber of same tower along with a copy of the Holy Book and her jeweled sword. This unusual tower-like tomb is 26 feel above the ground. It is situated in the lane near Gulabi Bahg Entrance after crossing University of Engineering & Technology on G.T Road.


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