Forming an integral part of the famous Archeological Village Complex, Jamali Kamali Mosqueand Tomb is a rare combination of a mosque and tomb, in the same prime structure. This sightseeing location may not be as popular as the other mosques in the city but is visited by hundreds of devotees and tourists alike—who come here for seem deep soul searching and in hunt for a solitary place for peaceful quietude. The Jamali Kamali Mosque and Tomb belongs to the Pre-Mughal era and was erected in reverence of the famous saint Sheikh Jamali Kamboh as well as his antecedent Kamali.
The tomb of Jamali Kamali is distinguished by its striking stucco work, which adorns the entire structure. The blue tiles on the exterior and laces on the interior walls of Jamali Kamali Mosque and Tomb add to its aesthetic appeal—in many more ways than one. On close observation of the walls and interiors, you will notice the inscriptions of several verses written by Jamali. Flanked by five arched openings, inscriptions from the Holy Quran of the western side and beautifully laced stuccowork, this interesting monument in Delhi is surely worth a visit.