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Malik Mughith Masjid

Muhammad Ghori Reign | On The Banks Of Sagar Talab, Mandu, India
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A monument reminding of the legacy india had even over rome.

A quiet and beautifully carved entrance reminds of the golden era of education and architecture... read more

Reviewed 12 March 2018
VIVEKSHARMA225
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New Delhi, Delhi, India
Abandoned Structure

The mosque is in ruins only. Another attraction, Carvan Sarai, is in front of it. If you move... read more

Reviewed 29 November 2017
Niya1315
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Gurugram (Gurgaon), India
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Muhammad Ghori Reign | On The Banks Of Sagar Talab, Mandu, India
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Reviewed 12 March 2018

A quiet and beautifully carved entrance reminds of the golden era of education and architecture brought down due to the lack of upkeep yet the entire historical places of mandu are clean then what I have come across in India and abroad this is in...More

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Reviewed 29 November 2017

The mosque is in ruins only. Another attraction, Carvan Sarai, is in front of it. If you move further from here you can also find other attractions such as Dai Ka Mahal & Dai Ki Choti Bahan Ka Mahal.

Thank Niya1315
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Reviewed 5 October 2017

According to an inscription on the doorway it was built by Malik Mughith in 1432. The main entrance to the mosque is from a projecting porch on the east. Strong pillars once supported a dome that did not survive the ravages of time. hough the...More

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Reviewed 10 July 2017

It is a 15th Century Mosque which is in ruins presently, however, from what remains of the structure, it must have had an impressive facade, at the time when it was built. It is a small three domed Mosque. The interiors of the structure was...More

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Reviewed 7 October 2016

Visit this at the end of your Mandu tour and in case you are running short of time you can leave it. The entrance dome-type structure now in ruins is a beautiful sight and has several engravings on it. The inside is similar to other...More

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Reviewed 23 September 2016

Its one of the lesser visited mouments in Mandu as only full day guides include it in their itinerary. The mosque is in the same complex as Caravan Sarai, Dai ka mahal and Choti Dai ka Mahal. We had visited the monument on a Sunday...More

Thank gitanjali m
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Reviewed 28 February 2015

This mosque was built by Malik Mughith [Father of Mahmud Khilji] around 1452 AD. Style is Muslim architecture & seems to be converted by existing buildings. The projecting porch, corridors provide good look to place.

Thank sdeshmukh
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Reviewed 22 August 2014

The group of monuments around the Malik Mughith Masjid are definitely worth spending some time at. They are off the popular routes and hence retain a beauty and serenity that is usually marred by crowds. If you visit on a beautiful monsoon day, you will...More

Thank Chetna1973
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Reviewed 20 April 2014

After taking our breakfast on 17th March , we moved to Sagar Talao group of monuments . When we found ourselves in front of the eastern entrance of the ruined mosque , built by the father of Sultan Mahmud Khilji , Malik Mughith in 1432...More

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