If you are planning for something new in life or planning to go for a family trip then you can surely visit these places. The size of the stone is the subject of special accomplishment, and that of a niche, which is its place for prayer, is an entire rock of such enormous size that they spent five years in quarrying it, and 500 to 600 men were employed continually on its work. Archives Archives Follow Blog via Email Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Legend has it that Akbar, who didn't have a son, was blessed by a son after he prayed to the Sufi saint. Makkah Masjid, Hyderabad This grand mosque is located in the cyber city of Hyderabad and is located in the middle of the historic landmark spot near the Chowmahalla Palace, Laad Bazaar.
The architecture of the dargah underwent renovations multiple times over the centuries and what we see today is a square-shaped chamber with a dome-shaped roof which has vertical stripes of black marble and an ornamental lotus cap. Starting from the time of Ghurid Dynasty to the days of Mughals, most of the famous mosques were constructed to create political influence or to exhibit the opulence of the rulers. The architect who designed it is also buried in the main hall of the imambara. The most striking aspect of the mosque is its arched roof of the central halls, which are constructed without using a single beam or girder. The architecture of the building is in classic Kerala style.
Hazratbal Masjid, Jammu, and Kashmir The beautiful Hazratbal Masjid is situated on the left bank of Dal Lake in Srinagar, in Jammu and Kashmir. Brought out with impressive detailing over the minarets, domes, arches and doors, this highly decorative masjid comprises four grand towers, three huge gates. The opening has four thin props with remarkable Gujarati approach roundabout supports that curl upwards to the top which are extremely pleasing to the eye. During this stage of construction, the entrance, which is also the eastern gate, was renovated in a very grand manner. An open courtyard facing the eastern gateway of the mosque building is at least 325 feet 99 metres square and can accommodate 25,000 people.
Jama Masjid, Delhi Delhi's Jama Masjid is the largest mosque in India, with a capacity to accommodate over 25,000 people. The masjid is open on all days, but non-Muslims are not allowed inside on Fridays. The largest interior space is the prayer hall, 90 × 200 feet 27. This mosque was also built by Shah Jahan in the middle of the seventeenth century and was dedicated to his favorite daughter. Other famous Masjid in India are Moti Masjid Agra,Jama Masjid Fatehpur Sikri,Babri Mosque and Tipu Sultan Mosque. These are constructed excellently and eyes can get experience of heaven after watching these Mosques. Also Read : Suggested Tour : 2.
She stopped slavery faith and constructed roads, conduits and gorgeous tombstones similar to the Moti Masjid. Built for a noble cause, this engineering marvel is located in the Lucknow and is counted among the buildings with stunning architecture in the country. One of the oldest mosques in India, this Muslim religious site was constructed by Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah, the fifth ruler of the Qutb Shahi dynasty. In 2006 13 people were injured when two bombs went off in shopping bags left in the courtyard, and in 2010 two people were wounded in an attack by gunmen on a tourist bus parked outside the mosque. Also, giant prayer hall, passageways, arched galleries, octagonal balconies, minarets, and dome structure are impeccably crafted and designed. Constructed in a 7-year span — from 1192 to 1199, it was ready in 1199 was one of first few structures displaying Indo-Islamic architecture. It is one of the most popular and splendid mosques in India.
The revered saint breathed his last on April 3, 1325. Some part of the Mosque got damaged and submerged in water because of the intermittent high tides. According to the records, Cheraman Perumal, the Chera king who ruled Kodungallur, went to Persia and he felt a deep attachment to Islam. The mosque holds remarkable similarity with the architecture of Jama Masjid of , including the decorations. This dynamic central volume is roofed by a corbelled dome resting over a octagonal ring of column s, each of the eight facades being filled in with panels of jalis. The mosque is considered as the best among all mosques built during the Mughal Empire as it has the best mixture of marble and limestone. The architectural splendor of colonnaded halls, square chambers, crowned domes, and central courtyard are designed with carved mihrabs, and look absolutely stunning.
While the construction of the mosque began in the 1800s, it was stalled due to lack of funds. The moneyed as well as the underprivileged rest side by side to give worship and admiration to this godly spirit. The Jama Masjid is one of the eminent holy places in India. While much of these revered spaces of worship had taken form during the Mughal reign, the architectural marvel and grandeur of these mosques, continue to mesmerise people irrespective of their faith. The grand structure is the only one to have been built without any beams or pillars supporting it.
His son, who later ascended the throne as Emperor Jahangir, was named Prince Salim after the Sufi saint. Hazratbal Shrine, Srinagar Located on the banks of Dal Lake, Hazratbal Mosque is considered to be the holiest Muslim shrine in Kashmir. The mosque that depicts Mughal architecture is built in red sandstone with embellishments of marble. When he is not travelling, Sudip likes to read novels and write travel and lifestyle blogs. The structure actually presents an extravagant scene and is significance attractive obeisance too. Name :Babur Mosque Location : Ayodhaya Year :1528 Leader : Babur 11.
Built for the ladies of the royal family as a private mosque this magnificent structure is 10. Hindus go to this place to speak God about their wish. Ten thousand devotees can say their prayers at one time. The capacity of this mosque is about 175,000 persons at a time. Bhopal came to be recognized as the province of the moderately enlightened, yet progressive women, it was none other than Sikandar Begum who situate the movement.