The village Tando Fazal lies 27 km east of Hyderbad where two mosques and a single dome tomb is situated near Hingoro – Goaro road, site is not easily approachable.
A mosque built of burnt bricks and plastered with lime, contains a large prayer chamber with three domes, the interior of which is ornamented with floral designs. There are three aches in the western wall near the ‘minbar’. These are adorned with floral designed tiles. The eastern wall contains three entrances while northern and southern wall possesses one door, above the each door kalimah-i-Tayyaba is inscribed in naksh style on the wall. The northern wall of the prayer chamber has the provision of stair-case which has been adjusted skillfully within the space of the wall. The mosque had a courtyard but its enclosure wall have been ruined. Only the ruins of the eastern wall are extant. There is a vast open space adjacent to the mosque in the north, surrounded by high walls with window, remains of additional chambers, and a square Hujrah or rest room with one door on each side. It is roofed by a single dome.
At a distance of about for furlongs from the Mosque and on a heap about 9 m high from the present ground level, exists another mosque with a prayer chamber only. No other portion of it is noticeable at mosque. The interior decoration has resemblance with the former mosque. There is slight difference of course as regards the area of the chamber and width of the wall. The main entrance of the prayer chamber has been closed in later period.
A single domed tomb, plastered with lime contains only one entrance. The interior of the tomb is lavishly decorated with floral designs resembling with the decoration of the mosques. It is square in plan.
The architectural elements and masonry recommends that monuments had been magnificent in its prime time and probably belongs to Talpur rulers of Sindh.