In its region lies a madarsa or Islamic theological college worked by him. Khilji was an intense victor and the second Sultan of Delhi from Khilji tradition, who ruled from 1296 to 1316 AD. The focal room of the building, where his tomb is interested in the sky having lost its arch. Many rooms of the theological school or school are in place, and since been reestablished.
This is additionally the principal case in India where a tomb is situated close to a madarsa. With regards to his notoriety for being a victor, ala-ud-clamor styled himself as the second Sikander (Alexander). He was referred to be a neurotic and in addition a universal Muslim. It was however normal that he guaranteed his place in the one of a kind image of Islamic Victory in Hindustan.
Alai-Darwaza, the southern passage of the Quwwat-ul-Islam mosque was developed by Ala-ud-Din Khalji in A.D. 1311 as recorded in the engravings engraved on it. This building utilizes Islamic standards of development and ornamentation including genuine curves and genuine vaults.
It is designed with red sandstone and trimmed with white marble enhancements, engravings in Naskh script; latticed stone screens and exhibits the wonderful craftsmanship of the Turkish artisans who took a shot at it. It is thought to be a standout amongst the most vital structures worked in the Delhi sultanate period. With its pointed curves and initiate of edges, distinguished as lotus buds, it adds elegance to the Quwwat-ul-Islam mosque to which it served as a passageway.