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In the northwest corner of the fort is an octagonal domed mausoleum built in three stages measuring 7m in stone and brick masonry, without any cenotaph, believed to be the tomb of Sardar Sarang Khan, the Ghakkhar Chief. Description: The fort is rectangular in shape and is located on the top of a hil... Full description

Journal Title: Journal of Asian Civilizations Dec 2010, Vol.33(2), pp.47-80
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description: In the northwest corner of the fort is an octagonal domed mausoleum built in three stages measuring 7m in stone and brick masonry, without any cenotaph, believed to be the tomb of Sardar Sarang Khan, the Ghakkhar Chief. Description: The fort is rectangular in shape and is located on the top of a hill...
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