This small, square, sandstone tomb, comissioned by Akbar, is raised on a plinth within the garden of Humayun's tomb in eastern Delhi. It is built in the multipartite vault form, with four large intersecting ribs creating a central domed area, four squinches, and four rectangular spaces. The tomb is covered by a double dome with four chattris. It is popularly known as the 'Barber's tomb', although the true identity of the occupant is unknown.
Tillotson, G.H.R. 1990. Mughal India. San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 47.