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The tombs are about three miles east of Char Minar and in what is now a suburban district.  Twenty years ago, they were neglected and taken over by squatters, but now the government has taken an interest in their preservation.  We're on the tomb grounds here, looking at a subsidiary group of tombs called Ghansi Miyan.  It gives some sense of what the complex looked in 1980.

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