The Asfarwala Tomb stands in the 'Asfarwala Complex' , a large walled enclosure southwest of Humayn's tomb in Delhi. The tomb was built by an officer in Akbar's court in 1566. It shares a platform with the small Asfarwala Mosque. Both are built in a simple, bold style, in red sandstone and white marble. The tomb is square in plan with beveled corners, topped by a dome.
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