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Famous and Historical Mosque in Bangladesh.

The 201 Dome mosque :

The world’s largest dome and the second largest mosque in Bangladesh. The dome of this mosque is 201 and the tower is 451 feet high. Dome Mosque of 212 (Bengali word: mosque with 25 domes) is a large mosque under construction in south Pathalia village. This structure will illuminate the mosque, Bangladesh, in front of the whole world.

It will attract more domestic and foreign tourists to visit here regularly, which is highly anticipated. Construction work of the mosque was started on 27 bigha land on the eastern bank of Jhenai river in Tangail district, Gopalpur upazila, South Pathalia village. It was created by the valiant freedom fighter Mohammad Rafiqul Islam Welfare Trust. The estimated cost of construction is Tk 100 crore ($ 12.3 million).

The mosque is expected to have a capacity of about 15,000 fans. The mosque is a square building. There are four 101-foot (31 m) high corner towers and four smaller 81-ft (25 m) high towers at the corner of the square covered by the 81-foot (25 m) central dome. The central dome is surrounded by 200 small 17-foot (5.2 m) domes. The adjacent 451-foot (137-meter) high tower is planned immediately to the southwest.

It is expected to be the highest tower in Bangladesh. The west wall of the mosque will be engraved with the entire Qur’an. In addition to the main place of worship, the mosque complex will have an orphanage, an ancient care home and a hospital. The complex featured a helipad to host respected people.

Sixty Dome Mosque:

The 60-domed mosque is one of the most significant Muslim structures in Bangladesh. The sixty dome mosque of Bagerhat has become a major tourist attraction in the region. It is formed by the UNESCO’s Six Dome Mosque (: The Dome Mosque; the Shaw Dome Mosque; more commonly known as the White Dome Mosque or the Saith Gunabad Mosque), part of the cultural site of the Worldit Tahiha site, a mosque on which the UNESCO World Bangladesh is located. The largest in the country.

It is described as “the most impressive Muslim monument in the entire Indian subcontinent. It is located in Bagerhat district of southern Bangladesh, in Khulna division. It is about 3 miles from the main town of Bagerhat. Bagerhat is about 200 miles from Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh.”

In the middle of the fifteenth century, a Muslim colony was established by a saint-general named Khan Jahan Ali in the mangrove forests of the Sundarbans off the coast of Bagerhat district. He preached in a prosperous city during the reign of Sultan Nasiruddin Mahmud Shah, then known as ‘Khalifalism’. Khan Jahan decorated the city with more than a dozen mosques, the ruins of which are the most pressed and the largest mosque with the largest dome. In Bangladesh, the mosque (160 ‘× 108’) is known as the Shay-domed mosque.

The construction of the mosque began in 122 and it was completed in the 5th. The mosque was used for prayers and used as a madrassa and assembly hall. The sixty dome mosque is located in the village of Sundarganjona, just a kilometer from the town of Bagerhat on the north side of the Khulna-Bagerhat highway. There are no inscriptions in the mosque. So it has never been able to find accurate information about the construction.

But there is no doubt about the mosque that Khan E Jahan built. It is believed to have been built in the 15th century. This mosque has been built for many years and with a lot of money. Its stones were brought from the palace. It is one of the three world heritage sites of Bangladesh. The mosque is about 160 feet northeast and about 143 feet inside and about 104 feet outside the east, and about 4 feet inside.

The walls are about 8 feet 5 feet southwest of the country, the ancient mosque was honored in 1983 as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The mosque places Bagerhat as one of the three most renowned cities in Bangladesh.

Baitul Mukarram National Mosque:

Baitul Mukarram (Holy House) is a national mosque in Bangladesh. Baitul Mukarram, (Arabic: بيتالمكرّم; Bengali: Baitul Mukarram; Holy House) The National Mosque of Bangladesh. Located in the heart of Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh, the mosque was completed in 1968. The mosque has a capacity of 1.2, making it the world’s 10th largest mosque.

However, the mosque, especially during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, is regularly subjected to overcrowding. As a result, the government of Bangladesh has added the expansion of the mosque, its capacity has been increased to at least 5. The Baitul Mukarram Mosque is modern in style. However, it does not rule out the traditional fundamentalist principles of mosque architecture. It has a place in the hearts of Muslims because of its resemblance to Mecca’s famous Kaaba.

The mosque complex was designed by the architect, T Abdul Hussain Thariani. In 6, the ‘Baitulumkaram Masjid Committee’ was established and 8.5 acres of land was selected in Old Dhaka. There was a large pond at the then mosque location. It was known as ‘Paltan Pond’. The pond was filled and on January 2, 1960. Prayer for the first time was held on Friday, January 26, 2006. The mosque was enlarged, funded by a grant from the Saudi government.

ChotoSona Mosque:

For the first time in this important part of history, an emotional event for me was an ancient mosque of historical value. It is a magnificent architecture that commemorates the rise of Islam in the region. Small Shona Mosque (Bangla: Small Shona Mosque, Small Golden Mosque) is located in Chapainawabganj district of Bangladesh. The mosque is about three kilometers south of the Kotwali Gate. And about half a kilometer southeast of the Moghal Tahakhana compound in the Ferozepur quarter.

It is a fifteen-domed mosque. The mosque built during the reign of Sultan Hussein Shah was built between 1 and 5 years during the reign of Sultan Hussein Shah. The fifteen domes of the mosque were once decorated and the mosque was renamed as the Small Shona Mosque (small Golden Mosque). . The mosque is the most preserved monument of the Sultanate in the protection of the Department of Archeology and Museum of the Government of Bangladesh.

The building’s named guilding no longer exists. The mosque, with an entrance in the middle of the east side (currently restored), with an entrance in the middle of the east, 1.5 meters from north to south, and 12 meters to the west.

The Sat Gambuj Mosque:

Shot Gumbuz Mosque is famous for its historical significance as well as for its spectacular beauty. Seven Dome Mosque (Bangla: Seven Dome Mosque, Little. ‘Seven Dome Mosque) is located in the Zafarabad area near the northwestern border of Dhaka. It is a great example of Mughal style architecture introduced in the 17th century.

The most prominent feature of the mosque is its seven bulbous domes crowning the roof and covering the main prayer hall. The monument, probably built by Governor Shaista Khan, stands in a romantic setting on a 15-foot high shore overlooking a vast flood plain.

The mosque with seven domes was known as Sarai Zafarabad or Katasur under Sarai Begampur. There was a small peasant community in Pilkhana and Zafarabad where seven gumbuj mosques were built. Originally during the British period, the area became like a waste, due to wastage, busyness and desert.

However, it has become one of Plan’s most planned and expensive residential apartments in the last 6 years. Seven Mosque Road is the main peripheral road in the district to its west, and it is believed to have been built around the old river Turag.