During the Qutb Shahi period, these tombs were held with great devotion. But after his rule, these tombs were neglected until General Jang III ordered restoration in the early nineteenth century. A garden was laid out, and a compound wall was built. Once again, the Qutb Shahi mausoleum garden became a place of tranquil beauty. The last of the Qutb Shahi sultans are all buried here.
The tomb of Sultan Quli Qutb-ul-Mulk, whose style exemplifies the tombs of his descendants, is on a high roof 30 meters high in each direction. The mausoleum is a suitable square, 10 meters wide on each side. The entire structure is crowned by a circular dome. There are three tombs in this mausoleum and twenty-one are placed on the surrounding roof, all of which have no inscription except for the main purpose. The inscription on the tomb of Sultan Qali is in three bands, in Nask and Tuk script. This inscription means that Sultan Qali has been called the Great Master. It is a beloved term used by all the people of Deccan for it. This tomb was built by the empire during its lifetime in 1543 according to custom.
Near the tomb of Sultan Qali is the tomb of his son Jamshid, the second in line of Qutb Shahi sultans. Built in 1550, it is the only polar imperial tomb that has not been polished with black basalt. Its appearance is quite different from other tombs in the garden. Unlike the tombs of other kings, it grows well in two stories. Jamshid Quli Qutb Shah's is the only tomb of the Qutb Shahi ruler in which it is inscribed without any clause. Of course, there is no inscription on the grave of Jamshed's son, Subhan. Subhan Qali Qutb Shah ruled for a short time. Subhan's tomb stands in the middle between the tombs of his father and grandfather. He was known as the Small Country.
The tomb of Sultan Ibrahim Quli Qutb Shah, which was built after his death in 1580, is slightly larger than the tomb of Sultan Quli. Traces of enameled tiles, which once decorated the tomb, can still be seen on the south wall. The tomb has two graves in the main cemetery and sixteen on the roof. Some of them may be his six sons and three daughters. All the faces of the sarcophagus are written in Tholth script. The three famous calligraphers Isfahan, Ismail and Taqi-ud-Din Muhammad Saleh - who left a collection of Naskh, Thalut and Nastaliq writings on various Qutb Shahi buildings in the city - were contemporaries of Ibrahim Shah.