The tomb tower is dedicated to a Kurdish princess of the same name. Its late 14th/8th century AH date places it later in time than many of the other tomb towers in and around Ahlat, including its neighbor, the Şeyh Necmeddin Tomb, constructed over a century earlier.
Sinclair, T. A. Eastern Turkey: An Architectural and Archaeological Survey. Vol. 1, p. 205. 4 vols. London: The Pindar Press, 1989.