The tomb and surrounding marble enclosure of Ghazi al-Din Khan in his Madrassah at Delhi.
Artist: Sita Ram (fl. c.1810-1822)
Watercolour of the tomb and enclosure of Ghazi al-Din Khan from 'Views by Seeta Ram from Delhi to Tughlikabad Vol. VII' produced for Lord Moira, afterwards the Marquess of Hastings, by Sita Ram between 1814-15. Marquess of Hastings, the Governor-General of Bengal and the Commander-in-Chief (r. 1813-23), was accompanied by artist Sita Ram (flourished c.1810-22) to illustrate his journey from Calcutta to Delhi between 1814-15.
The tomb and surrounding marble enclosure of Ghazi al-Din [Ghazi uddin] Khan in his Madrassa at Delhi. Ghazi-uddin Khan, who was given the title of Firoz Jang, was an important noble during the reign of Aurangzeb (r.1658-1707) and his successor Shah Alam (r.1707-12). Ghazi uddin's son was Nizam-ul-Mulk, the founder of the Nizam dynasty at Hyderabad. Ghazi-uddin died at Ahemdabad at 1710 and it is belived that his remains were brought and buried in the tomb at the Madrassa which he founded. The tomb is enclosed by marble screens carved with floral designs.
Inscribed below: 'Another view of the Madrissa at Delhi.'