Tomb Of Amir Sultan Mohammad S/O Amir Hajika, Makli – Thatta
To the east of the Tomb of Diwan Shurfa Khan lies on the edge of the dead river the last resting place of Amir Sultan Muhammad son of Amir Hajika Baig Mughal. The walls are divided into lattice panels, providing an eastern entry and the western wall has projection for mihrab.
The main shrine contains four graves within an enclosure that stands in the center of a courtyard, the outer walls of which have been reduced to the height of the plinth of the court. The first grave from the left in the main shrine bears the date 966 A.H / 1559 A.D) engraved on the head stone; the third grave belongs to a lady bears the date 952 A.H / 1545 A.D. Close to the west but outside the main shrine stand 8 small and unpretentious, enclosures that contain the solitary grave of Amir Sultan Muhammad, with the date of his demise. The translation of the Arabic inscription carved on the tomb-stone runs as follows:-
The deceased Amir Sultan Muhammad, son of Amir Hajika, the Mughal, died on Thursday in the year nine hundred and sixty-three 963. A.H (1556 A.D). No account or identity of Amir Sultan Muhammad could be traced from the chronicles of Sindh.