Khusro Bagh is a large walled garden and a burial complex located in Allahabad, India.
It has tombs of many wives and children of Mughals. Also, it is situated over forty acres and shaped as a quadrangle.
Furthermore, the three mausoleums in the fort are made of sandstone which sets a perfect example of the Mughal architecture.
Shockingly, the tomb of Khusrao is one of the last tombs that exist in Khusro bagh. Khusro was first imprisoned within the garden after he rebelled against his father, Jahangir, in 1606.
The garden has now lent its name to the surrounding locality of Khusro Bagh, which is now bustling township.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION about KHUSRO BAGH:
Visiting Hours: 6am – 7pm
Entry fees: Free