A'zam and Mua'zzam Khan Roza
Ahmedabad, India
A'zam and Mu'azzam Khan Roza is a mausoleum (roza) in Ahmedabad, situated in the southeastern neighborhood of Vasna along the road to Sarkhej. It is named for two brothers, A'zam and Mu'azzam, who are said to be interred there. The structure is dated to the mid-fifteenth/mid-ninth century AH. The tomb is a large domed cube with four corner towers. Visitors enter through portals in the form of large iwans, one per each of the tomb's four sides.

Sources:

Gazetteer of the Bombay Presidency. Volume IV: Ahmedabad, 291. Bombay: Government Central Press, 1879.
Location
Ahmedabad, India
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Events
ca. 1457/861 AH
Variant Names
આઝમ અને મુઆઝમ ખાનનો રોઝો
Original
Ajhama ane Muajhama Khanano Rojo
Transliterated
A'zam and Mua'zzam Khan Roza
Translated
Azam and Muazzam Khan Roza
Translated
A'zam and Mu'azzam Khan's Tomb
Translated
Building Usages
mausoleum
funerary