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5 famous Mosque in Bhopal

Bhopal is the capital city of Madhya Pradesh. Well known for beautiful lakes and mosques. It has large numbers of historic mosques and is famous for its historic beauty. If we talk about the previous decade around 1800-1900s these Mosque in Bhopal were the source of attraction. It has marvelous architecture and a great cultural impact of the Islamic rulers at Bhopal

Here are the list of Mosque

1. Taj-ul-Masjid

It is one of the biggest mosques in Bhopal. The word Taj itself means that it is the Crown of Mosques. Nawab Shah Jahan Begum of Bhopal has done real work. Mughal Emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar was present in the reign. It went on hold for a long time due of a lack of funding. Other factors, including the Indian revolt of 1857.  In 1971, the building resumed thanks to the efforts of Maulana Sayed Hashmat Ali Sahab of Bhopal and Allama Mohammad Imran Khan Nadwi Azhari. The mosque completed in 1985. Ancient elements used in a spectacular renovation of the eastern gate.

The architecture and dexterity demonstrate the Mughal culture’s influence. The mosque is a representation of India’s rich cultural heritage. Pious Muslims from all across Bhopal and India throng the mosque, which has a pink front, two eighteen-story high octagonal minarets, marble domes, a gorgeous Quibla wall, and a spacious courtyard.

2. Jama Masjid

The most well-known monument and popular tourist destination in Bhopal is Jama Masjid, which embodies the majesty, beauty, and passion of the medieval age. The renowned Jama Masjid of Bhopal constructed with the approval and guidance of Qudisiya Begum. She was the initial queen of the city.

With the capacity to hold thousands of worshippers, it has a prominent place among Bhopal’s most well-known religious sites. The roomy courtyard and tall minarets help one to realize its magnitude. Monument’s construction finished in 1837. It was public for all. It is impossible to adequately describe this place’s unparalleled charm and beauty. 

3. Moti Masjid Mosque in Bhopal

In 1860, Begum Sikander Jahan, the daughter of Queen Qudisiya and the second queen of Bhopal, constructed this fascinating and ancient religious building. Often referred to as the “Pearl Mosque,” it is worthy of the moniker. Primarily built with exquisite white marble. It is an unmissable destination in Bhopal.

Mosque in central India is more beautiful. The floral designs carved onto the ceiling, walls, and pillars. Mosque is not very large. Its design and aspect are pleasing.

Thousands of Muslim devotees visit Moti Masjid, one of the most popular Islamic religious buildings in Bhopal, every day to give namaz. The Pearl Mosque holds a unique role in the history of Bhopal and India. Heartfelt architecture is amazing.

The mosques is the place of worship in Bhopal . They stand for the wealth, advancement. Bhopal has experienced in this fields.

4. Mosque Hazrat Nizamuddin

It is located in Hazrat Nizamuddin Colony, B sector Ayodhya Nagar Bhopal. Mosque is the only place to express your Islamic religion, and with your identity. Here thousands of people make their presence for social gathering and religious activity. Ramadan is the holiest month. One person is religious leader. Imam leads the prayers according to the time slots

5.Vitthal Market Masjid Mosque

It is located in Ekant Park, Char Imli, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh 462016. Most of the mosque have 4 main types of features these are follows mihrab, minaret, qubba, sahn.Here are the 5 key practices that muslims practices prayers throughout the lifetime  these are as follows Shahada, Salah, Zakat, Sawm, and Hajj. People perform namaz in this beautiful place. Some languages are Urdu, Turkish, and Persian. The islamic symbol is  Crescent and Star   


It is very important to know about each culture in bhopal. Their history is a mystery if you read about every story of the ruler. If you would like to know more about Islamic region, you can put your comment and we will bring more interested blog. I hope you will like this blog, and give us your feedback

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