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Situated just across Mathura Rd from the Purana Qila & Zoological Gardens.
No fee to enter via gateway & then you are in a plain yard with small, rather dirty looking pool in the centre.
Fine Mosque with central dome & arched entrances built by...More
It is a mosque on Mathura Road located opposite to Purana Qila and close to Delhi zoo of Delhi. The mosque was built by Maham Anga, the Mughal emperor Akbar's foster mother. Under the central dome the prayer hall is located, which is connected with...More
.... so there is a need to be respectful and not to transgress any of the reasonable rules about footwear etc. This is a walk in off the street and a little bit of history. Effectively a well cared for ruin - full of history...More
This is an ancient Mosque apart from Jama Masjid in Delhi. This is right in centre of city opposite old fort. You must visit this place to explore history. Beautiful architecture reminds one of sheer elegance it holded in its glory time. Do visit this...More
This mosque is right opposite purana qila. People usually miss this place but its worth a visit.
Local people and travellers offer prayers at various times and therefore usual cleanliness is maintained. However, ASI is not paying due attention to maintain the structure.
This beautiful mosque was commissioned by maham Anaga, the wet nurse of Akbar in 1561 AD. It is in front of the Old Fort and is located right on Mathura Road, next to Sher Shah Gate. Prayers are offered by devotees at different times of...More
A peaceful medieval mosque located opposite the exit of the Old Fort where a few locals are sometimes seen worshiping. Although it is well preserved, it lacks aesthetic beauty as compared to other monuments of old Delhi.
It is missed out by most tourists after...More
We happened upon this historical mosque while walking around the Purana Qila area on Mathura Road. This mosque was built in 1561 by Emperor Akbar's wet nurse and remains a working place of worship to this day.
We enjoyed seeing the ruins on the outside,...More