After visiting the tomb of Muhammed Momin, we went to visit the other tomb nearby, which is the Tomb of Haji Jamal, a disciple of Muhammed Momin. It was built in 1657, during the time when Shah Jahan was the emperor. It is built in the middle of a square platform, with a flight of steps on each side. The burial chamber is reached from the southern entrance. The inner chamber of the tomb is octagonal while it looks square from outside. It is also decorated with beautiful designs and the larger panels were filled with flower pots.
We saw that on the west of the tombs there was a gateway, which was built in 1667 AD, as we were told by the local people. There was another gateway which is now in ruins, on the eastern side of the tombs. There was also a tank on the northern part of the tombs. The visit to the Ustad's Tomb Nakodar taught a lot about the history of Punjab and we returned back, getting a lot more informed by the visit.