It is located 22 km North of Meshed, beside the road from
present Tous to Pazh. This tower is a tomb built on a low
octagonal platform, with 17.9 m height. The body
internally is octagonal and externally cylindrical, with
8.5 decorative columns.
The main building is made of brick and covered with
plaster, in order to keep rectangular, polygonal,
star-shape and cross shaped tiles of various drawings in
turquoise and ultramarine in place. These tiles, with
shining colors, have completely covered the building and
have given it a special attractiveness.
Now, empty places of tiles, which have been removed,
remain like a bee hive. There, also, existed a cornice on
the tower dome, which has been destroyed.
Dome is conical with zigzag body and decorated with same
color tiles, which is similar to the coverings of
"Congregational Mosque of Yazd" (1441) and
"Amir Chakhmaq Building in Yazd" (1440).
The internal body of the tower was simple and covered with
plaster. Its decorations restricted to plaster-work,
forming a pendant under the dome.
This place is locally known as "Tomb of Indian
Girl" and "Tomb of Gohar Taj Aqa" (Goharshad's
sister). There are no reasons for these connections, but
it is clear that this tomb was built over a vault in 17th
In Persian, it is called "Mil Akhangan".