On the south of G.T. Road, opposite the University of Engineering and Technology, lies a dilapidated tomb known as 'Buddhu ka Maqbara'. The tomb had an arched gallery and stood in an enclosed garden with a gateway, of which no sign remains. The tomb stands on a platform of masonry, the building itself being of quadrangular form, with an arched entrance on each side.
Constructed with massive brick masonry, each side of
this square building is punctured with a central
peshtaq opening flanked by two slightly recessed
arched panels. The zone of transition of the square
chamber to the hemispherical roof is expressed above
the chamber in an octagonal drum, on which a dome on
a high neck is placed, resulting in a somewhat
overpowering gunbud (dome).
Glazed tiles in blue and yellow decorated the roof
of the lofty building. Signs of floral desgins in
mosaic can still be seen on some of the yellow
tiles. Blue glazed tiles in chevrons can also be
seen on the apex of the dome. The arches are
decorated with paintings of different colors, but
only faint traces of these decorations are now