Mirza Najaf Khan was probably born in 1722; he was a Persian who relocated to India around 1740 and became a noble in the Imperial courts of Mughal Emperor Shah Alam III. He was appointed as the Commander In Chief of the Army of the Mughal Empire from 1772 AD up till his demise in April 1782 AD. The tomb has no dome- the roof is covered with a flat base: a strange yet unique architectural style not seen in that era. Today, it is survived by a wall enclosing the Garden area where it sits and an entrance doorway on the eastern side; all in ruins, however, a well maintained garden now dresses the enclosure of the Tomb site
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