The Indo-Islamic Architecture in the Punjab province represents three patterns in their construction. They represent the amalgamation of the Islamic, Arabian, Iranian and Indian culture, somethimg of the best has been taken from the building traditions of each to produce a memorial of a specific architechtural character. They imply an unusual derivation and are unique in their design and mode of treatment, especially in the handling of the woodwork.

One of the most important and impressive building of Ido-Islamic architecture in Punjab is the tomb of saint Shah Rukn-I-Alam, famous for its unique architecture. It is octagonal and measures 90ft in diameter , the total heigh including its finial is 115ft. The bricks are carved deep into the timbering walls, the tiles present present in the tomb represent a bright color into the deserted place where its located.