The tomb of Qutub-i-Alam located at Batva was built by Sultan Qutub-ud-din. It was initially a small structure and built over the remains of Qutub-ud-din, it was subsequently built as a large mausoleum by Mahmud Begada (A.D. 1458-1511). The tomb stands on a platform, with a porch projecting on the south side and supported on four piers. The central tomb chamber is raised on two storeys, the upper one carrying the dome and small slender chhatris in the corner.
23° 57' 22.94'' N, 72° 36' 49.90'' E