It is a beautiful monument of medieval times. It contains the mortal remains of the great Sufi saint Abudul-Karim popularly known as
Shaikh Chehli, who was also the spiritual teacher of the scholar prince Dara Shikoh, son of the Mughal Emperor Shah Jehan.Built of buff
sandstone, the tomb is crowned by a pear shaped dome of marble on a high circular drum. The cenotaph of the revered saint is in the centre
of the chamber while the graves rests in the lower.
Another tomb of sand stone with a dome of marble decorated with floral designs is situated
on the western wall of the enclosure. It is said to be Shaikh Chehli's wife. The beautiful monument resembles the Taj Mahal and in view of its architectural and historical importance, has been declared as
a 'protected monument' of national importance by the Archaeological Survey of India.