The tomb of Sultan Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah is considered to be the grandest site of the Qutb Shahi tombs. It is 22 square meters on the outside and 11 square meters on the inner surface. It enters on the south and east sides. The mausoleum is in the wall under the roof. It is decorated with Persian handwriting and inscriptions.
Another magnificent tomb belongs to the sixth Sultan Muhammad Qutb Shah. The faade of this tomb was once decorated with annealed tiles. Only the marks are now visible. There are six tombs and written books in Thalut and Naskh. The tomb was built in 1626. The tomb of Sultan Abdullah Qutb Shah is the last part of the royal tombs, as Abul Hassan Qutb Shah (Tana Shah), the last Qutb Shah Sultan, was a prisoner in the fort of Daulatabad near Aurangabad when he died. Although the tombs of those who rule the area are home to many other monuments, most are the tombs of other members of the royal family.
The tomb of Fatima Sultan, with its bulb dome, is near the entrance to the tomb garden. Fatima was the sister of Muhammad Qutb Shah. There are several tombs in his tomb, with inscriptions. Immediately to the south of Muhammad Qali's tomb are three non-Maqlid tombs. The tomb of Kaltoom, the granddaughter of Muhammad Qutb Shahi, the Sultan's favorite wife, Khurshid Bibi, was born to him (Kulsoom's) husband and daughter's son. To the west of this cluster is the tomb of Kalthoum.
The twin tombs of two of Sultan Abdullah's favorite physicians - Nizamuddin Ahmad Gilani and Abdul Jabbar Gilani - were built in 1655. They are among the non-royal tombs. Another pair of Premati and Tarmati, the favorite courtiers of Sultan Abdullah Shah, were buried near his grave. Another tomb that does not belong to the Qutb Shahi family belongs to Niknam Khan. Niknam Khan, who served in Abdullah's army, was the Commander-in-Chief of Karnataka. His tomb is on a platform outside the shrine of Ibrahim Qutb Shah. It was built in 1672, two years after the death of Nikam Khan.