Shahar ki Masjid [Bohrani] at Champaner-Pavagadh Archaeological Park

Shahar ki Masjid [Bohrani] at Champaner-Pavagadh Archaeological Park

As mentioned at the entrance by Archaeological Survey of India, Shahar ki Masjid is one of the most imposing structures, constructed very close to the royal enclosure. It might be the private masjid of the sultans with five mihrabs. The main entrance is through an arched doorway flanked by two minarets. It is covered by a projecting, sloped chhajja. Two more entries on either side of the central one are flanked by jharokhas, one with stone jali. Corresponding to each arched entry is a large dome, surrounded on all its four sides by smaller domes. A rectangular abulation tank was constructed in its premises. The mosque was built in later half of 15th century.

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4 comments :

  1. Beautiful place...looks deserted in this photo. Is it remote?

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    Baking golden
    through the Ages,
    facing the wrath
    of various greedy attackers
    mindlessly grabbing,
    they both stand,
    The Pavagadh Hill Sati Temple
    and
    The Champaner Shehar-Ki-Masjid,
    offering
    succour and knowledge
    and blessings
    to enrich the minds
    of its worshippers.

    An prasad offering
    of golden cream crackers
    with a serving of peas and corn
    served on a
    lovely
    antique
    stone plate
    scalloped at the edges
    in celebration
    of
    the One who Resides
    in it all.

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