Chini Ka Rauza

It is a funerary monument situated at a distance of one km from the tomb of Itmad ud Daulah, on the east of the river Yamuna. It was constructed in 1635.

Tomb of Allama Afzal Khan Mullah: It houses the tomb of a poet-scholar by the name of Allama Afzal Khan Mullah. He was the Prime Minister during the reign of Shah Jahan.

Inner view of dome: The dome inside the Chini Ka Rauza is built in the Afghan style and is decked with Islamic inscriptions. On one side of the dome there are seven concentric rings.

The wall of Chini Ka Rauza: Chini Ka Rauza is a symbol of Indo-Persian architecture adorned with shiny chini or colorful tiles. The walls have floral designs made of embellished fragments of tiles.

Opening Closing Time

Open 24 hours (Daily)

Entry Fee for Chini Ka Rauza

Free Entry

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