Sited next to the larger Bara Khan Tomb, this square-plan tomb has a double-storey division on the exterior, with a central iwan projecting out on each façade. The spandrels of the portal arch are decorated with carved stucco. Its high dome is flanked by four hexagonal roof kiosks (chhatri) at the corners.
The interior has a mihrab niche on the western side, decorated with a lamp motif.
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