The tomb is mostly composed of rectangular chambers with octagonal corner chambers. At each corner of the main tomb, four polygonal towers with kiosks are located. The real graves or burial chambers of Safdarjung and his wife Amat Jahan Begum are located in the monument's basement chamber
The tomb of Safdarjang is a magnificent mausoleum made of sandstone and marble in Delhi, India. It was constructed in the late Mughal Empire style for Nawab Safdarjung in 1754. With its domed and arched red-brown and white structures, the monument exudes spaciousness and an imposing presence.
The Nawab of Oudh, Safdarjung, was made Wazir ul-Mamlak-i-Hindustan or prime minister of the Mughal Empire when Ahmed Shah Bahadur ascended to the throne in 1748.