The tomb of a 16th century prince-turned-sufi is now situated in the town of Hazira. This mausoleum exhibits astonishing Mughal architecture and has proven to be a famous pilgrimage for hindus and muslims alike. The beautiful tombstone and the stunning architecture of the mausoleum gives this place a sense of serenity and peace. The tomb’s walls are inlaid with exquisite pierced-stone jali screen.
To the east of the town stands the mausoleum of Muhammad Ghaus. It is built in the form of a square with hexagonal towers at its corners surmounted by small domes. The body of the building is enclosed on all sides by carved stone lattices of elaborate and delicate design the whole being crowned by a large dome which was once inlaid with blue glazed tiles. Shaikh Mohammad ghaus, whose body lies within, was a well-known Muslim saint of the sixteenth century.