A small open mausoleum of the baldachin type, little more than a cupola supported on four columns, this monument is found in the southern courtyard of the convent, east of the cemetery. A marble cataphalque-type tomstone dedicated to Mehmed Bey, son of Mustafa Pasha, who died in 1534 occupies part of the stone-paved area under the cupola. The cemetery to which this mausoleum is attached also contains two symbolic tombs dedicated to the poet Nef'i and Muhammed Ikbal (The Pakistani National Poet).
Above text and pictures are from the book titled "Mevlana and the Mevlana Museum".
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