Saidpur, a little quaint village, famous for its pottery, is part of Islamabad today. It is located off the Hill Road to the east of Daman-e-Koh. Saidpur was founded by Sultan Said Khan, son of Sultan Sarang Khan. He gave his daughter in marriage to Mughal Prince Saleem who later became Emperor Jahangir. Saidpur was a garden resort and a perpetual spring provided water for drinking and for watering gardens an attractive destination, where cultural exhibitions and restaurants provided a great ambiance among the hills during the Mughal period. It has recently been renovated into an attractive tourist destination, where exhibits and restaurants provide a great view among the hills.