Khushro Bagh : PrayagRaaj

Khusro Bagh located in Khullabad, near the Allahabad railway station, is one of the popular tourist destinations of Allahabad. It is about two miles away from Allahabad Fort built by Akbar (r. 1556-1605). It is a large walled garden and burial campus and historically an important place,
Cover in forty acres. There are graves of many important people in history - Shah Begum (born Manbhavati Woman) (d. 1604), daughter of Rajgir, wife of Jahangir and daughter of Maharaja Bhagwant Das and daughter of Khusraha Mirza (d. Khusro Mirza, Jahangir's eldest son and brief successor to the Mughal throne; And Nithar Begum (D. 1624), Khusro Mirza's sister and Jahangir's daughter. It has been listed as the site of Indian national importance.

Mughal architecture has been displayed in three sandstone tombs. Aka Reza, Jahangir's chief court artist, beautifully designed the main entrance, the surrounding gardens and the three-tailed tombs of Sultan Begum (death in 1604). Shah Begum, the first name Man Bai (Amber's King Lord Das's daughter) was upset and was upset with a bad relationship between her husband Jahangir and son Khusrau and eventually committed suicide by swallowing opium in 1604. Built in 1606 by Aka Raza, it is a plinth of a three-storeyed roof without a main mound. Although there is a large umbrella in the tomb that breaks the nal. Inscriptions of the Arabic grave which were made by Mir Abdullah Mushkin Chalam, were Jahangir's greatest calligraphers.

Khusro's sister's grave is design-wise and artisticly detailed. There are flowers on the walls in the central chamber, with Persian Cypress, wine utensils, flowers and plants.

The last of Khusro Bagh is the last of Khusro's tomb (16 August 1587-26, January 1622). After the rebellion against his father, Jahangir in 1606, Khusro was first imprisoned in the garden.
Rajkumar Khusro was brutally murdered, when he was only 34 years old, in the war of succession During the fight to get the throne, another son of Jahangir, Rajkumar Khurram, ended the Khusro. After that he got strength from his father too. Rajkumar Khurram grew up to become Shahjahan who built Taj Mahal in the loving memory of his dead wife. The grave of Khusra was prepared in 1622, whereas Nitha Begum, which was between Shah Mughum and Khusrau's tombs, was constructed in 1624-25. Although the tomb of Nithar is empty and does not contain its mortal remains.

During the Sepoy Mutiny of 1857, Khusro Bagh played an important role and it served as the meeting place of the soldiers and rebels under the leadership of Maulvi Liyaqat Ali, who took over as governor of Allahabad. However, it was later removed by the British.
The garden has now lent its name in the surrounding area. Khusarobag name is no longer limited to the garden; Now it refers to the surrounding area.