The decorative scheme adopted in the Muslim tomb buildings appeared for the first time in the 13th and 14th centuries AD in the shape of glazed tiles (Shakir 2012: 78-79) while the painted decoration is noticed as first appearance in the Early Mughal period tomb of Shaikh Qutb ad-Din at Dilazāk, Peshawar, assigned to the time of Jalal ad-Din Akbar (Rahman 1984: 107; Shakir 2012a: 164-165). The present study is an approach to analyze this overall decorative scheme employed time to time in the Muslim tomb buildings in the light of the religious significance.