Another adjoining tomb in the eastern part of the complex is believed to be belonging to Balban's Son, Khan-i-Shahid (Muhammad).

The Sikh-era Sehdari, or "Three-doored pavilion" served as an office for Faqir Syed Noor-ud-din, a trusted Governor of Ranjit Singh.

THE EMPEROR AURANGZEB IN OLD AGE
PAINTING MUGHAL INDIA, CIRCA 1700; CALLIGRAPHY SIGNED YAQUT BIN QANKHAN, DATED AH 1140/1728-29 AD
Opaque pigments and gold on paper, on gold-flecked blue leaf, verso with lines of strong black naskh in gold-outlined clouds signed by ‘Asyat Allah bin Radarzadeh Yaqut bin Qankhan and dated AH 1140 / 1727-28 AD, (panel slightly trimmed), on gold-flecked pink leaf
Painting 6 ¾ x 4 5/8 ins. (17.2 x 11.8 cm.); folio 13 ¾ x 9 5/8 ins. (35 x 24.7 cm.).
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Upon meeting Khvaja Muhammad Amin, Yogis, from the BL Baburnamah, ca. 1590 (BL Or.3714)

Celebrations in honour of the Birth of Humayun in the Chahar Bagh of Kabul in the year 1508 by Sur Gujarati from the “Vaki’at-i-Baburi”.
c. 1590

The samadhi of Jhingar Shah Suthra is located adjacent to the fort's northern wall.

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