Jamali Kamali Tomb
Any tourist visiting the Qutab Minar complex would not like to miss a glimpse of the Jamali Kamali Tomb. It stands beside the Quwwat ul Islam.
The tomb had been built in deference of revered poet Jalal Khan, together with an unidentified companion known as ‘Kamali’. The tomb, commonly called as Dargah of Maulana Jamali, came into existence in 1528 or 1529. The tomb is situated in the center of a 10 feet high circular wall. There are some see-through and some solid niches at various places that are clearly visible and they just cannot miss the eye of the discerning visitor.
This flat-roofed tomb is also studded with figures and pictorial representations which point towards the Mughal era. There are coloured tiles with patterns incised and painted plaster. The verses of Jamali are depicted on the chamber’s wall. Inside the chamber lie two graves.