Zeb-un-Nisa (d. 1672), or Dai Anga ('wet-nurse' in Urdu), was the wet-nurse of Shah Jahan, and the wife of a courtier under Jahangir. She is known as the founder of the Dai Anga Mosque in Lahore, one of the city's best-used mosques of the period. Her tomb, in Lahore, is of the classic single-story square ninefold plan type. It is in the local style of brick and tile work, with a single central dome and a small domed pavilion on each corner. The interior dome is polychromed.
Sources: Latif, Syad Muhammad. 1892. Lahore: Architectural Remains. Lahore: New Imperial Press. p. 163.
Koch, Ebba. 1991. Mughal Architecture. Munich: Prestel. p. 103.