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The Faisal Mosque is the largest mosque in Pakistan and South Asia and the third largest mosque in the whole world. It is situated in Islamabad near Naval Complex, Sector E-8. It covers an area of 54,000 sq ft. It has a capacity to accommodate a total of 3,00,000 people (worshipers). It has four minarets, each of which is 260 ft high. The Faisal Mosque is named after the King Faisal bin Abdul Aziz who financed its construction. Check my story when I prayed taraveeh in Shah Faisal Mosque.
“Badshahi Mosque” literally means “Emperors Mosque”. Its construction was started in May 1671 by the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb. It is situated in Lahore and is the second largest mosque in Pakistan. It is the fifth largest mosque in the world. It is Lahore’s major landmark and a great tourist attraction. It attracts a net total of more than 5, 00,000 tourists from all over the world. Its courtyard covers an area of 278,784 sq ft. it can accommodate total of 110,000 people at a time.
Tooba Mosque is located in Karachi (largest city of Pakistan). One of its common names is “Gol Masjid” which is probably because of its elliptical structure. It was built in 1969. It is claimed to be the largest single dome mosque in the world. It is a major tourist attraction. Tooba Mosque was built with pure white marble. Its dome is 236 ft in diameter. It has a single minaret 70 meters high. Its central hall can accommodate total of 5000 people. It was designed by the famous Pakistani architect Dr Babar Hamid Chauhan.
Mohabbat Khan Mosque:
Commonly known as “Masjid Muhabbat Khan” is situated in Peshawar, NWFP Pakistan. It’s a 17th century mosque. It was named after Nawab Mohabbat Khan who was the Mughal Governor of the area in that period of time. He served under the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan. It was built in 1670. Primarily it is orthodox in design. It has an ablution pond in its middle. Its minarets were used in Sikh times as a substitute for gallows. A fire that raged through the Andar Sheher Bazaar in 1895 failed to destroy the mosque because of the unremitting efforts of the faithful.
Eid Gah Mosque:
Eid Gah Mosque is located in Multan which is an important city of Pakistan. It is situated on the main Multan-Lahore highway. It was built in 1735 by Nawab Abdul Samad Khan. He was the governor of Multan at that time. It covers an area of 13500 sq ft. It has seven domes which are very beautiful and are built by using a special material developed by fusing clay, marble and chalk stone. It can accommodate a total of 2000 people (Worshipers). It also has guest rooms for people who come for preaching. It is an engineering wonder because the material used for its construction is orthodox and not very strong. But still it stands today on the chest of the earth telling the story of its survival.
The Soneri Mosque also known as golden mosque is located in Lahore. It was built by Nawab Syed Bhikari Khan in 1735. He was the deputy governor of Lahore at that time. It is located in the middle of Kashmir bazaar. It has three domes. It has a beautiful gateway measuring 21 meters in length. It has a courtyard which measures 161.5 x 160.6 meters. The marble domes cover prayer chambers. The mosque has 4 minarets each of which has a length of 54 meters.
Jamia Masjid Sialkot:
As my mother’s city is Sialkot, so I know “Jamia Masjid Sialkot” greatness. It is located in very populated area covering the needs of people residing in Sialkot. They consider it as a vital part of their heritage. It is the largest mosque of Sialkot. It can accommodate a total of 50,000 worshipers. It possesses two large and one small minaret. It has a beautiful front wall on which marvelous mirror work is done which is the specialty of the land of Sialkot. It was built by Nawab Akram Khan. He was the governor of Sialkot.
Wazir Khan Mosque:
Wazir Khan Mosque is situated in Lahore. It is a very holy place from religious point of view. It is famous for its extensive tile work on its exterior and interior walls. It is sometimes called as “a mole on the cheek of Lahore”. Shah Jehan built this in 1635. It looks same after centuries passed away.
Moti Masjid literally means ‘pearl mosque’. It was built in 17th century. It is situated inside the Lahore fort, built using pure and stainless white marble in 1637. As Shah Jehan created many beautiful mosques in his time, this is also one of them. It is comparatively small as compared to other mosques of Lahore but I put it is top 10 because it is so beautiful. It is established on the western side of the fort. The Sikhs robbed off its precious jewels which were fixed on its walls during the revolt of 1857. It stands today towering high in the sky telling the story of the generations of people who has passing by.
Bhong Mosque is located in the area of Bhong, Sahibabad, in the district Rahim Yar Khan. Its construction was started in 1932 and was completed in 1982. It won the “Agha Khan Award for Architecture” in 1986. A postage stamp with its picture was issued in May 12, 2004 in Pakistan. I’m planning to visit this wonderful architecture of my country.
Conclusion: These are some of the great architectural mosques of Pakistan. Hope you like them. Let me know what is in your mind after checking this list in comment section.
Top 10 Most Beautiful Mosques in The World
Here’s a list of most beautiful mosques in the world.
Mosques is place for praying for Muslim. Usually
mosques was built in the countries with lot of Muslim population.
It means that those beautiful mosques is located in those countries.
The criteria of these chosen mosques are based on the large of area,
history, facilities and functionality of those mosques.
Let’s take a look at those most beautiful mosques in the world
1. Al Haram Mosque, Mecca, Saudi Arabia:
Al Haram mosque is the largest mosque in the world.
The mosque located in the city of Mecca, around the Ka’aba,
where Muslims pray toward it. The mosque is considered
the holiest place on Earth by Muslims. The mosque is also
known as the biggest Mosque. Current structure covers
an area of 400,800 square meters (99.0 acres), including
outdoor and indoor praying spaces and can accommodate
up to 4 million people during the period of the Hajj,
one of the largest annual worship of the Muslim in the world.
2. Al Nabawi Mosque, Medina, Saudi Arabia
Al-Nabawi mosque is the second holiest mosque in Islam and
the second largest mosque in the world after the al-Haram mosque
in Mecca. One of the most important place of this mosque is
Green Dome (the center of the mosque), where the tomb of
the Prophet Muhammad is located. It is not unknown when
the green dome was built but a manuscript dating to
the early 12th century explain about the dome.
3. Al Aqsa Mosque, Jerusalem, Palestine
Al-Aqsa Mosque ( mean the farthest mosque), also known as Al-Aqsa,
is an Islamic shrine in the old city of Jerusalme. In the mosque itself
is part of Al-Haram ash-Sharif or “Sacred Noble Sanctuary”
(together with the Dome of the Rock), a site which is also
known as Temple Mount as the holiest site in Judaism,
because it is believed to be The Temple of Jerusalem once stood.
The mosque is widely regarded as the third holiest site in Islam.
Muslims believe that Prophet Muhammad was transported
from the Sacred Mosque in Mecca to the Al-Aqsa Mosque
during the Night Journey. Islamic tradition states that
Muhammad led prayers toward this mosque until
the seventeenth month after the emigration,
when God ordered him to turn to the Ka’aba.
4) Zahir mosque Kedah Malaysia:
The mosque was built in 1912, funded by Tunku Mahmud,
son of the Sultan Tajuddin Mukarram Shah. This mosque is
the tomb of Kedah warriors who had died while defending Kedah
from Siam in 1821. The architecture from the mosque inspired
by AZIZI Mosque in the city of Langkat in north Sumatra, Indonesia.
The mosque was founded with five large domes symbolizing
the five main principles of Islam.
5) Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin Mosque:
Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin Mosque is the royal mosque for
Brunei Sultanate located in Bandar Seri Begawan, capital of
the Sultanate of Brunei. The mosque is classified as one of
the most spectacular mosques in the Asia Pacific region and
become a major attraction for tourists. Sultan
Omar Ali Saifuddin Mosque is considered amongst
the people of Brunei as a landmark of their country.
6. Taj’ul Mosque, Bhopal, India:
Taj’ul mosque, is a mosque located in Bhopal, India.
This is one of the largest mosques in Asia.
This mosque is also used as a madrasa (Islamic school)
in the afternoon.
7. Baiturrahman Mosque, Banda Aceh, Indonesia:
Baiturrahman Mosque is a mosque located in downtown of
Banda Aceh, Indonesia. This mosque is a mosque that formerly
was a mosque of the Sultanate of Aceh.
When the Dutch attacked the city of Banda Aceh in 1873,
the mosque was burned, and the Netherlands rebuild a mosque
as its successor. This single-domed mosque was completed
on December 27, 1883. This mosque further extended to
3 dome in 1935.
And lastly expanded again into 5 domes in 1959 to 1968.
8. Sultan Mosque, Singapore:
Sultan Mosque, located at Muscat Street and North Bridge Road
in Kampong Glam Rochor District in Singapore is still considered
one of the most important mosque in Singapore.
Sultan mosque has stayed essentially unchanged since it was built,
only with improvements made to the main hall in 1960 and
annex added in 1993. It set as a national monument on
March 14th 1975.
9. Faisal Mosque, Islamabad, Pakistan :
Faisal Mosque in Islamabad is the biggest mosque in south east
and southern Asia and the fourth largest mosque in the world.
It was the largest mosque in the world of 1986-1993 before
defeated measure by the completion of the Mosque of Hassan II
in Casablanca, Morocco and after the expansion of Masjid Al-Haram
(Grand Mosque) of Mecca and the Al-Masjid Al-Nabawi
(Prophet’s Mosque) in Medina, Saudi Arabia in the 1990s
This mosque is the National Mosque of Bangladesh.
Located in the heart of Dhaka city, capital of Bangladesh,
This mosque was founded in the 1960s.
has a capacity of 30,000 people, this mosque is
The top 10 biggest mosque in the world, but still this mosque is
too full for Muslim worship there. Because of this,
Bangladesh government has decided to add more area for the mosque.
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