The Inscription and basin of the daughter of Gabr:
The basin of the daughter of Gabr( in Persian: Dokhtare Gabr) belongs to Sassanid era and is one of the touristic attractions of Eghlid Township in Fars Province.
In the downtown of the city we will encounter some hills; on the second hill is a big cemetery with Imamzadeh. In the middle of the hill over a rocky cliff, a basin is carved. At the facade in a frame 160 * 56 cm, there is a carved inscription in 21 lines that are written vertically.
Because of its historical significance, it is considered as the identification of Eghlid. The basin of Dokhtar-e-Gabr is located at the downtown of Eghlid on the hillside of a cliff and in the heart of a mountain; there is carved a two-step space in the middle of a hole with the height of 30 cm where is known as the daughter of Gabr (Dokhtar-e-Gabr) .
According to historical documents it is related to pre- Islamic era and was considered as Zoroastrians' temple and was belonged to a castle on the top of the hill.