Jama Masjit is the largest mosque in New Delhi. In the old town area Created from red sandstone interspersed with marble in the year 1644 – 1658 by King Char. Jahan is a designer and one body. With the Taj Mahal and was the main mosque in the Sharjahanabad period as the royal capital of India The architecture of the mosque doesn’t have much detail. Seems smooth But the enormous size that can hold people up to 25,000 people are stairs leading to the hill It is a stairway to the hill called Bho Jala. After passing through the door, you will find a mosque with 3 large white domes on the high tower (inside the prayer room). The dome inside that you can go up and watch the old city with high angle view in Delhi. The 5th Creator of the Mughal Dynasty Shah Jahan, 1650, is a 6-year-old man made of 5,000 workers. White and red marble, 20,000 people, the largest and second largest in Asia.
Jama Masjid is some of the few cities which have still kept its cultural heritage well preserved is Hyderabad. A visit to this old city summons nostalgia among the old residents of the city. The buildings, monuments, the mosques and the temples all speak of the rich history that led to their existence. One of the biggest and the oldest Masjids in Hyderabad, the Jama Masjid is the ideal place to go, to explore Islam. It rises with its majestic white towers just a few meters above the Charminar. Jama Masjid is one of the most popular mosques in Hyderabad and is visited by a large number of Muslims every year. It is indeed one of the most attractive examples of Muslim architecture. The Jama Masjid is located only a few kilometers away from the Charminar in Hyderabad. The Jama Masjid has an ancient Turkish bath within its premises. It is also the center of Daa’wah program within the state of Telangana. Also referred to as the ‘Markaz’, the Jama Masjid is a beautifully built mosque with regal white towers rising above. There is a meet of a large number of Muslims every Sunday who come to Jama Masjid after the Maghrib prayers.
History of Jama Masjid was Quli Qutub Shah who built the mosque Jama Masjid in the year 1597, after the Charminar was completed. Once upon a time, there was also a school and a monastery which were within the premises of the Jama Masjid in Hyderabad. But they do not exist anymore. It was after the city of Hyderabad was founded by Muhammed Quli Shah that he built the Jama Masjid.