This magnificent marble creation houses fountains, gardens and a serene tomb. Built by Ghiyas-ud-din, the Emperor of Delhi, the Dargah holds the memory of the Muslim sage Bo-Ali-Qalandar Shah. This Sufi sage is said to have been acclaimed far and wide, and is famous for conjuring up a cow that ate a tiger! Emperor Alamgir also added to the construction. The Persian and Mughal influences are obvious in the architecture, adding to the charm of the locale. A mosque is also built in the vicinity that you can visit.