Know about the tomb of Seikh Musa at Fatehpur Sikri.
Tomb of Sheikh Musa Fatehpur Sikri
The ruins of the small red sandstone tomb of Sheikh Musa, the brother of Sheikh Salim Chisti marks the transition in Mughal architecture. It has a square shape unlike the octagonal tombs of those times. Its platform had four domed kiosks at four corners, out of which, only one has survived. The broad deep archways on each face of the tomb are not paneled like other tombs. There is a stone screen on its northern side and its exteriors have ornamented panels made up of buff sandstone. There are traces of the pinnacles on the roof and its interiors are filthy.