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Title: Chausath Khamba
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Chausath Khamba is a tomb in Delhi, built by Mirza Aziz Koka – son of Ataga Khan who was the prime minister of emperor Akbar, as a tomb for himself during the year 1623-24. Chausath Khamba, named after the two Urdu words Chausath and Khamba, which mean '64 pillars', respectively, was constructed during the rule of Jahangir in Delhi.