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Adhai-din ka Jhonpra Mosque, Ajmer

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  • This place is just a remainings of an old era. Neither it is maintained properly, and all around you see is people, and animals tied. Even there is no proper way to go there fromcar.  more »
  • This place is a mosque which is supposed to be built using remains of destroyed temples. So one can see Hindu idols inside the mosque.  more »
  • Lot of local shopkeepers/residents have turned their open area into parking space. They won't let you go in vehicle. You have to pay them. Very pathetic place.  more »
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  • Adhai Din Ka Jhonpra is a mosque in the Ajmer city of Rajasthan, India. It was commissioned by Qutb-ud-Din-Aibak, on orders of Muhammad Ghori, in 1192 CE.
  • This place is one of the islamic and non muslim can also go her .good architecture and local people her believe tha this awesome architecture was build by the angle of Allah in 2.5 day . As the say 2.5 day means adhai in hindi and the holl house like structure is called as jhopra ..so they se aadhai din ka jhopra
  • Ye ek fort hai aur 2 an a half days me bana hai is wajah se isse adhai din ka jhopra kaha jata hai
  • The structure isnt very well maintained. The locals use the place as a park and you can easily find lot of goats inside the premises. People have also scribbled on the walls.
  • there can never be such architecturally beauty created n 2.5 days........it was a jain temple forcibly occupied and converted into a mosque by foreign islamic invaders like ghori, aibak and iltutmish. why would a mosque had so many beautifully decorated pillars ( like in several master class temples in india ) in a place where thousands of islamic people were supposed to pray namaaz. a mosque needs to have a big hall without pillars just like jama masjid !! donot hid truth and spread lies !!