Ramadan season is coming to a close with Eid-Ul-Fitr to be celebrated at the end of the week. It was a month full of Iftar parties, a warm feeling of togetherness and family gatherings. We hope you have had a good time devouring scrimptions iftar meals with your near and dear ones. Here are some mosques in Delhi you must visit during Ramzan.
One of the most resplendent gifts of Shah Jahan to the capital, Jama Masjid, is one of the largest mosques in the country. It is located opposite the Red Fort in Old Delhi City. It has two minarets, four angle towers, and three gateways all of which have intricate detailing. It also has verses inscribed from the Holy Quran.
Located at the westernmost end of Chandni Chowk, this mosque was built by Fatehpuri Begum in the 16th century. This mosque is built in red stone and has a beautiful dome with fine designs and towering minarets. It also has a prayer hall inside.
3.Jamali Kamali Mosque And Tomb:-
The construction of this mosque was completed in 1536 during Humayun’s dynasty. The area of this monument includes two structures; one is the tomb and the other is the mosque. Hence the name Jamali Kamali. A Sufi saint Jalal Khan who was also called Jamali died during the battle of Panipat in 1526. The tomb was constructed in his memory.
Nizamudin Dargah was built as a tomb for the famous Sufi saint Nizam-ud-din Auliya and is one of the most renowned places to visit. The beautiful tomb is decorated with jalis, marble arches, archways and courtyards.
The name is given to the mosque because of the numerous windows or khirkis present. The khirkis in the walls are closed by heavy sandstone grills. The mosque was built in the 13th century by Junan Shah who was the prime minister of Feroz Shah Tughlaq.
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