The Gazerkhan Village is one of the reputed villages in the Alamoot region of Qazvin. The village has four plane trees in the village square dating to a thousand years of age. To the south of the square, connected to each other is a mosque and school.
The construction has been built of black stone and gypsum in the form of a rectangle building. The wall bears an inscription. Within the chamber of the tomb there are 18 graves covered with gypsum. On both sides of external facade there are the remains of two towers. It is believed that the construction was built in the 7th century AH. and repaired in 852 AH.