The 64 Pillar, or Chaunsath Khamba Monument is situated near the Nizam ud Din Shrine complex in Delhi. It was built during the reign of Jahangir by Mirza Aziz Koka, or Kotaltash, the son of Ataga Khan, as a tomb for himself. Constructed entirely of white marble, the tomb contains 64 columns that support twenty five bays, each with a dome. The domes are not visible from the outside. Each facade has five arches held up by square pilasters, and a marble screen closes each arch.
Asher, Catherine. 1992. The New Cambridge History of India: Architecture of Mughal India. Cambridge University Press, 141-42.