Bahu Begum ka Maqbara is the Tomb of Queen Bride Begum Unmatuzzohra Bano alias Bahu Begum a memorial built for queen of Nawab Shuja-ud-Daula. Its one of the tallest buildings in Faizabad and is a notable example of non-mughal Muslim architecture. Sadly, this monument is a victim of neglect and is crumbling Guptar Ghat at Ayodhya Guptar Ghat (Jetty) is built on the banks of River Sarayu. It is believed, by localites, that this is the place where Lord Ram took his last dip to end his life (‘jal Samadhi’). The other version is that this is the ghat where Lord Ram drowned himself and left this earth and gone back to his abode ‘Vaikunta’ as Lord Vishnu. Therefore the devotees believe that a dip in this ghat would relieve them from all their sins and liberate them from all their worldly worries. There are few steps to reach the flowing water in River Sarayu at this Guptar Ghat and some of the steps are immersed in water, The tomb of Shuja-ud-daula (1753–1775) was constructed by himself during his lifetime Gulab Bari (literally meaning ‘Garden of Roses’ This place has a good collection of roses of various varieties set by the sides of water fountains. Gulab Bari is the maqbara (Mausoleum) of Nawab Shuja-ud-Daula, the third Nawab of Oudh (now faizabad) in the campus The square double-storeyed structure of the mausoleum has an arched verandah on each side, while its upper storey has a three arched façade adorned by minarets on the corners. The dome of the central chamber is crowned by inverted louts and metal finial.