Mahabat Maqbara is a historical land mark in this town and no body can go past this wonderful structure without eying a glance at it. A visitor to this place will be wonder-struck by the beautiful arches, countless domes and towering minarets. A striking feature of the minarets is their well- built winding stairways going up to the top. The lattice windows, opulently rich in architectural details and the finely carved silver doors bring to light the quality of workmanship and the artistic talents of the artisans of those days living in that region.
What is so special about Mahabat Maqbara, besides its architectural splendor? This famous place houses the tombs of Mahabat Khanji and Bahauddin Maqbara of Bahaduddinbhai Hasainbhai,
vizir of Nawab Rasul Khanji. Standing over the grave of Nawab Mahabat Khan II, the tomb vividly exhibits the Islamic, Hindu and European influences, quite typical of Junagadh's royal monuments from the late 19th century. The Jammi Masjid is on one side of the mausoleum while the Vazir's maqbara is on the other.
This monument can be viewed from outside, and one can access inside with permission from the people in charge of the Mausoleum.https://www.atlasobscura.com/places/mahabat-maqbara