MG Marg is the main road that runs through the middle of the Civil Lines area near the city's main train station. This wide dual-carriageway road is lined with hotels, restaurants, ice cream parlors and bakeries selling western cakes. Basically, all you need whilst staying in Allahabad. The whole Civil Lines area in rather upmarket with nice Raj-era buildings and broad tree lined avenues.
Khusru Bagh is located very close to the train station and is a partly treed park that is surrounded by a wall. Inside, lie three large and decorative Mughal tombs. The main tomb, (in the north, by the corner of the compound), is that of Prince Khusru (1587-1622), (hence the name of the park), who was the eldest son of Emperor Jehangir. He rebelled against his father in 1606 to see who would succeed the Emperor Akbar. The prince, who was born in Lahore, was defeated in battle and blinded as punishment. He was killed on the orders of his brother Shah Jehan of Taj Mahal fame). The other two tombs belong to Khusru's sister Sultan Nisar Begam, (died c.1624 - tomb in the centre of the three), and his mother Shah Begam (died 1604). The design of the grand entrance gate to the garden and the earliest tomb are attributed to Aqa Reza, Salim’s principal court artist. More photo's can be found in one of my travelogues.