This garden belongs to the two Khan brothers. It is without walls, but still contains two exquisite pavilions (one temple, one pavilion) with paintings.
In the back, at the right, a small Muslim cemetery has been organized. Also an mazaar (muslim memorial cupula) is present, that has tilted recently. The soil in this garden is rocky and poor, what was reflected in the economic situation of the farmers’ family that rented the land. From 2006 onwards, a series of shops has been built at the roadside. And in 2015, a marriage hall was built. The temple and pavilion are still preserved, but the garden itself is really “lost”.