The tomb of Mian Nur Muhammad Kalhora is situated about 9 kilometers towards west of Moro town in District Nawabshah. The approach to the tomb which is through a metal led road is fairly good except for a portion of one furlong just near the tomb which is “Katcha”. The tomb has a rectangular walled enclosure which has a single domed entrance in the centre of the eastern wall. The wall which is nearly 8 feet high has regular arched recessed panels on the interior and exterior.
The tomb is located on a raised platform measuring 80’x70’ in the western part of the walled enclosure. The foundation of the tomb up to dado level is raised with stone while the supper-structure is constructed with bricks and later embellished with kasha tiles in geometric and floral designs. Rectangular in shape which measuring 48’ by 45’, the tomb is 57 feet high. It has a gallery at squinch level and four octagonal kiosks on the roof. Internally, the plan of the tomb is octagonal in shape. The sixteen sided drum, supporting the hemispherical dome, has eight arched clerestory windows.