‪Jami Masjid‬

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P M V
ناجبور, الهند3,139 مساهمة
ديسمبر 2021
‪28 December 2021.
I have paraphrased the information given at the Mandu Tourism, Sarmaya, British Library, Wikipedia and ASI websites and added my thoughts about Delhi Gate at Mandu.
This has been done with the aim of not only giving historical information but also making it more interesting to read. (I hope 😊)
Jama Masjid and Jami Masjid are one and the same as this imposing monument of Mandu is called by people by both these names.
Located right at most congested area and at the heart of commercial hub of Mandu.
Construction of Jami Masjid was started by Hoshsang Shah but completed by Mahmud Khilji in A.D. 1454
It is a grand monument and made even more imposing by the giant plinth which is a 15 feet high square. The plinth has arched rooms for the visitors or at one time for the employees of the mosque. Today it is difficult to these due to the cars, taxies and carts selling food / souvenirs / and general merchandise that are parked all along the plinth on either side of the staircase leading to the top of the plinth.
Visitors climbing the stairs reach a huge arched doorway. Massive teak doors fitted there are still going strong. Beyond the teak door is a huge room with the roof of a massive dome. The inner side of the dome has arches all around with artistic designs.
On passing through this room, one comes to a big courtyard enclosed within the three sides of long pillared corridors. The pillared corridor facing the entry gate is dominated by three domes. Tin all there are three bigger and 54 smaller domes.
The central pillared corridor is deep was very spacious. It was the main prayer hall. There are 17 arched niches in the rear wall. They have beautiful engraving in Hindu design. The central niche is decorated in verses from the Quran Arabic script. It was the mihrab. Next to it is a raised pulpit beautifully made in marble.
ASI has done a wonderful job in restoring the pillars, arches and corridors.
Our guide told us that much before the establishment of the Khilji sultanate this area was ruled by the Hindu kings of the Parmar dynasty. Jama Masjid was the place of their Darbar. That is the reason for Indian designs on the pillars and arches etc. King used to sit on a throne, the raised marble structure which today is being referred to as the main pulpit. However, could not find anything to support this statement.
Fun to walk around this great monument.‬
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S. Singh
الهند5,489 مساهمة
سبتمبر 2021
‪Stablished in centre area of Mandu on the main crossing road .
The mosque has a large courtyard, many pillars and a huge entrance which has been standing since ancient times.
The pillars and paths here provide the time to introspect about the mosque and give you peace in the midst of the busy times of life.

Ticket: - Applicable

Must have ;- proper Shoes , Water bottle

For the old time , There are also two subsidiary entrances to the north, one for the priests and the other a private entrance for the zenana (Ladies) .

Sculptured mihrabs are present at regular intervals in the qibla wall with an elegantly designed mimbar in the central bay.

The overall design of the mosque gives an appearance of quiet solemnity, relying mainly upon the simple broad treatment of its constituent elements, eschewing ornamentation apart from the mihrabs and mimbar and some restrained colour decoration.‬
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ANIL S
لندن, UK22 مساهمة
يناير 2020
‪Historical Mosque built in 15th Century. The court yard was clean. Nothing exceptional. Few old pieces of furniture.Had to pay entrance fees.No parking space available. Very few people were there.‬
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SunnyandBuster
سياتل, واشنطن737 مساهمة
الأصدقاء • نوفمبر 2019
‪This 15th century mosque is massive and contains some of the original lapis lazuli inlay work which is beautiful. The area is very clean and well maintained. We had a guide with us which was helpful to understanding the history as there is little information at the site once you are in. ‬
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JohnMA12345
كارديف, UK581 مساهمة
زوجان • أكتوبر 2019
‪Having paid 300rp each for the pavilion and ship palace it was another 300rp for this place. So if in a budget and could only afford 2 of the 3 I would skip this. My opinion!

It is huge instead but as is the nature of mosques it is not heavily decorated. Don’t regret going in but it’s ok. ‬
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gluttonyguilts
نيودلهي, الهند190 مساهمة
الأصدقاء • سبتمبر 2019
‪A huge pavilion with parallel arches - this is the mosque which was used for offering Namaz during the medieval times. Very well maintained. ‬
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Sukanya D
كولكاتا (كالكوتا), الهند934 مساهمة
أغسطس 2019
‪This is located at a place that can be called Mandu-central. Ashrafi Mahal, The not so old Ram mandir and the fantastic Hoshang Shah's tomb...these tourists attractions are cheek by jowl. The only shops in Mandu worth visiting are here. Tea stalls and restaurants too. There is car parking but I cannot remember if it was free; likely not.
This is what ASI says about it: Its construction was started by Hoshang Shah and completed by Mahmud Khalji in A.D. 1454. The whole construction stands on a huge plinth, about 4.6 m high above the ground level. On both sides below the porch the façade of the plinth has been arranged into a varandah, 1.8 m deep with arched openings for a number of cells inside meant for visitors or the staff of the mosque. The plinth is artfully concealed by the arched openings of cells with the huge domed porch projecting in the center.
The place is very clean. However, it can get pretty crowded and children run amuck!
This is one place the tour guide will DEFINITELY take you.You need to buy tickets.

This is Jami Masjid. The Jama masjid is in Delhi, mind.‬
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yash g
جورجاون, الهند234 مساهمة
أغسطس 2019
‪Huge place when you go inside very clean and neat but I got a feeling that it has been renovated and the stones looked quite new.
No guide was available due to heavy rains so didn't get to know much‬
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skagarwal74
‪Bhopal‬, الهند1,371 مساهمة
العائلة • مارس 2019
‪Jami Masjid is a big nice mosque with a huge space. The architecture is nice and impressive.
One can park the vehicle nearby and visit the place after taking entry tickets at the window near the entrance. The ticket is common for Masjid and Hoshang Shah Tomb.
It takes a good time to walk around and go through both places.‬
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manjula Singh
أودايبور, الهند451 مساهمة
زوجان • أبريل 2019
‪Nice architecture and jallies. Blue pottery tiles have been used . It takes 15 to 20 minutes to complete the visit.‬
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