The planned simplicity of the tomb of Malik Baya who is revered as saint stands as testimony of his philanthropy and spirituality.
Located a top the Pir Pahari hills, the Maqbara of Ibrahim Mallick Baya was built about 600 years ago. Ibrahim Mallick came to India around 1339 CE and served as a general under Delhi Sultan Mohammad Tughlaq and won several battles. He was conferred the title Bafya from the from the court of Sultan for his many successful campaigns. He was also known for his spiritual stint. The minimal aestheticism of his mausoleum creates a saintly aura. The well-maintained drivable road facilitates cars to reach almost at the top of the hill. One may also enjoy the animated green mosaic created by the flocks of wild parrots on the dome to spread the song of life.