Jama Masjid, Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir - Perfect blend of Hindu, Buddhist and Islamic style architecture

Scenic, Mosque

This is the largest mosque in Srinagar which was built in the year 1402. It is made of bricks and woods. This mosque is a combination of Hindu, Buddhist and Islamic styles of architecture which is distinguished by the tall spires. This mosque was again rebuilt in the year 1674 by Aurangzeb. Inside the mosque, it has forty foot wooden columns which support the roof. In the upper hall of the mosque, there are glints of chandeliers and mirror-work on the pillar. In the autumn and summer, the hall is mainly used for wedding purposes. On Friday, hundreds of people come to this mosque for praying.

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