Jama Masjid, Agra
Categories: Architectural Buildings, Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
Stop by Jama Masjid and admire one of the largest mosques in India. The mosque, also referred to as the “Friday mosque,” is an extremely popular pilgrimage site for devotees. Emperor Shah Jahan built the mosque in 1648, in honor of his daughter Jahanara Begum. Admire the intricate Iranian architecture of the mosque, which took six years and over 5,000 workers to complete. Visitors must dress appropriately; knees should be covered and shoes removed upon arrival. Plan to see Jama Masjid and other attractions that appeal to you using our Agra family vacation planner.
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It looks like anything except mescid. Very bad and dirty place. Not treated well according to a other mescids in the world.
Located near Agra fort. Jama Masjid was established by Samrat Sahjahan. Open air place for pray. Not suitable to go hot sunny day as you have to walk in bare feet on hot sandstone while entering the M... read more »
Our first outing in New Delhi. Very simple Mosque with not a lot to see but a gentle introduction to Indian culture. Our amazing guide Bhupi made it interesting For us.
Md Shah Alam
It is the grand Jamme Mosque. One of the important plsce of India.
Brilliant architecture of moughals period.
Don't go between 11am - 5pm, as this being holy place your are not allowed to wear your footwear and in noon stone floors will burn your feet
important part of indian history
One of my favourite masjid
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