“ This is the monumental tomb of a poet and minister in Akbar's court. Khan-i-Khanan had it built for his wife in 1598, and was buried here himself in 1627. It was later plundered to build nearby Safdarjang’s tomb, and more of its decoration was stripped in the 19th century. ”
The tomb was being restored at the time of research; it's due for completion in 2018 and there are plans to build walkways between here and Humayun's tomb.