The Tomb of Allum Sayed (or Alam Syed) is situated in compounds of Lukshmi Villas Palace. It is also known as ‘Ghoda ka Pir’ (the saint of horses).
The tomb is dedicated to Sufi Saint Alam Syed, who were an adviser to Sultan Muzaffar Shah II who ruled Gujarat in 15th Century.
It is said that saint’s horse was buried nearby, beneath a tree laden with small horse figures.
The Tomb has a central dome following Jain architecture.