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The Chika Mosque was built in 1475 by Sultan Yusuf Shah located in Gour, Malda in West Bengal, India. The name originated from the fact that it used to shelter a large number of chikas, or bats. It is a single-domed edifice, almost in ruins...More
Visited this place almost a year after. Its pretty much the same. And as was seen last year, there are no shops or anything nearby. I really don't understand places like this that have been proclaimed historical sites by the archaeological survey of India should...More
Its a big dome shaped mosque with nothing inside. There are 4 doors on 4 sides, the doors are really narrow. The wall is so thick that even in the scorching heat outside it felt like ac inside. Ppl say that initially it was a...More
This is a single domed brick structure, called as Mosque. But it is evidently a Mausoleum architecturally similar to Eklakhi Mausoleum at Pandua, besides there is no mihrab in it. It perhaps served the purpose of the tomb of Sultan Jalaluddin Muhammad (1415-31). It was...More
Chika Mosque is situated in Gour near the border of Bangladesh and is in short distance to the south -west to Qadam Rasul. It is a single domed building and is locally called "CHIKA" due to the fact that long after desertation and destruction of...More