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Baba Nahar Singh Temple

Baba Nahar Singh Temple is situated at Dholra, which falls under the Bilaspur district. Baba Nahar Singh is believed to be an incarnation of God and is also known by the names of Bajia, Peepal Wala amd Dalian Wala. It is said that the Baba was the patron deity of Naggar, the erstwhile capital of the state of Kullu. When Raja Deep Chand of Bilaspur married Naggar Dei, the princess of Kullu, the idol of Baba Nahar Singh accompanied her to the new state.

After sometime, the queen fell sick and continued to suffer from spells of unconsciousness. Ultimately, it was realized that this was happening because ido

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Taj Ul Masjid

The most impressive structure in Bhopal is the Taj-ul-Masjid, one of the largest and most elegant Muslim mosques in India.
Taj-ul-Masjid literally translates as 'The Crown of Mosques', and the construction of the monument was characterised by sporadic bursts of activity alternating with spans of inactivity during the reigns of successive Begums.
However, the monument was never completed due to lack of money, and after a long lay-off, construction was resumed in 1971.

The building really presents a spectacular sight and is worth taking a bow to. It's pink façade is topped by two huge white-domed minarets pointing upwards to the heavens

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Unique Moorish Mosque

Located near the railway station it was built in 1930 during the reign of the last Maharaja of Kapurthala, Jagatjit Singh.

He had employed a French architect Manteaux who followed the design of the great Qutbiya Mosque in Morocco, was designed by famous French architect M. Manteaux.

It has a large compound pved with the purest Indian marble. The inner dome has been decked by the artists of the school of Art, Lahore

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Sunehri Masjid

Location :  Near Chandni Chowk, Old Delhi
A
lso Known As : Golden Mosque
Built
In : 1721

Historical Significance :
Built In The Reign Of Sultan Muhammad Shah fairly close to th

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Solah Khamba Masjid

Location : Bidar, Karnataka
Built In : 1423 AD
Meaning : The Sixteen-Pillared Mosque » read more

SIDDI SAYYED

Location : Ahmedabad, Gujarat.
Built By : Siddi Sayyid

Famous For : Its Delicately Carved Windows.

Other Attractions : Bhadra, Alif Ali's Mosque.

The Mosque of Sidi Sayed, near Lal Darwaja is world-renowned for its magnificent stone tracery. Sidi Sayed, is celebrated all over the world for its exquisi

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Sher Shah Masjid

Sher Shah Masjid was built by Sher Shah Suri, to commemorate his reign. Built in Afghan architectural style, it is one of the many beautiful mosques in Bihar and a landmark in Patna. An Afghan chieftain, who defeated Mughal Emperor Humanyun to rule Delhi. Locally known as Shershahi, the mosque was built in 1545, making it the oldest mosque in Patna. 

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Shaukat Mahal and Sadar Manzil

haukat Mahal is situated at the entrance to the Chowk area in the heart of the city. Its mixture of architectural styles in Occidental idioms sets it apart from the predominantly Islamic architecture of the area. It was designed by a Frenchman, said to be a descendant of a subsidiary of the Bourbon kings of France. Post-Renaissance and Gothic styles are combined to a charming effect here. Nearby is the elegant Sadar Manzil, Hall of Public Audience of the former rulers of Bhopal.

In the Shaukat Mahal, Gothic and post-Renaissance styles have been freely combined to produce a quaint but charming effect. The Shaukat Mahal is a beautiful alabaster-white build

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Quwwatul Islam Masjid

Location : Qutub Area, Mehrauli, New Delhi
Built In : 1192-98
Built By : Qutub-Ud-Din Aibak
Renovated By : Shamsu'd-Din Iiltutmish & Ala-Ud-Din Khalij

An Ancient Land

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Rani Rupmati Masjid

Rani Roopmati Masjid, with its exquisite details and the grand Shah Alam complex are a living tribute to the reign of Muhmad Shah Begra of the 15th century. The Queen's Mosque in Mirzapur, built between 1430 and 1440, is more representative of the pattern of mosque building in 15th century Ahmedabad. Three domes stand on 12 pillars each, with the central part so raised as to let in natural light without direct sunlight. mosque lost its minarets in the earthquake of 1818. 

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