The last sultan of the empire, Abul Hassan Qutb Shah (also called Tana Shah) was not buried with his ancestors.
Instead, he was buried in Khudabad. The last time Abul Hassan, the Qutb Shahi Sultan, began to build for himself, was in fact the tomb of Mir Ahmad, son of Sultan Abdullah's son-in-law, and Mir Ahmad, sister of the Shah Abbas II ambassador to Persia.
The tomb of Fatima Khanum, a daughter of Sultan Abdullah, stands near the tomb of her husband Mir Ahmad. Its only Qutb Shahi mausoleum is not close to the dome.
To the west of the tombs is the shrine of the Sufi saint Hazrat Hussain Shah Wali.
He was most fondly remembered by the people in 1562 as the builder of Hussain Sagar. Among the other monuments in the garden that are not graves, the most important are the cemetery Ghusl Khana and Hayat Bakhshi Begum's mosque.
Great Mosque in Qutb Shahi Tombs Complex
The mortuary bath, which stands in front of Muhammad Qali's tomb, was built by Sultan Qali to bathe the corpses of dead kings and other members of the royal family before taking them to their final resting place.
After this process, the body had to be brought out of the fort through the Banjara Gate, before being taken for burial with a formal pimp, at which point the occasion had to be marked. It was attended by a large number of people, interested subjects, friends and relatives. Ghusl is a perfect example of ancient Persian or Turkish baths.
The Qutb Shahis built several mosques throughout Golkonda and Hyderabad, with a mosque attached to almost every tomb. The largest and most magnificent mosque of its kind is the tomb of Hayat Bakhshi Begum. Known as the Great Mosque of Golkonda Tombs, it was built in 1666. Fifteen copulas adorn the roof and the prayer hall is attached to two high minarets. Overall, this is an impression of greatness and splendor. The calligraphy written in the mosque is in art.
Hayat Bakhshi Begum was the daughter of the fifth Sultan Muhammad Qali Qutb Shah, the wife of Sultan Muhammad Qutb Shah, the mother of the sixth Sultan and the seventh Sultan Abdullah Qutb Shah. She was affectionately known as "Ma Sohaib" (Respected Mother). The mausoleum of the Sultans of Golconda was known as "Lagar Faiz Athar" (a place of recreational entertainment) during the reign of Bagh Qutb Shahi rulers. Used to Here every evening, for free, for the entertainment of the poor.