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The Masjid-i Jahān-Numā (Persian: مسجد جھان نما, the 'World-reflecting Mosque'), commonly known as the Jama Masjid of Delhi.
in the Mosque - Jama Masjid of Fatehpur Sikri; Uttar Pradesh; India
Paseando después de la lluvia por el gran patio de la Jama Masjid (Mezquita del Viernes) en Ahmedabad. After the rain, walking in the great courtyard of the Jama Masjid (Friday Mosque) in Ahmedabad.
Plegaria en la Jama Masjid (Mezquita del Viernes) en Ahmedabad. Prayer in the Jama Masjid (Friday Mosque) in Ahmedabad.
Just landed at New Delhi's Indira Ghandi International Airport.
Leave the the luggage at the Hotel and take a car to Old Delhi, and watch sunsetting behind Jama Masjid Mosque.
Jama Masjid is the Biggest Mosque In India. It was begun by Shah Jahan in 1650 and completed six years later and the whole cost about a million rupees.
Constructed in Sandstone and white marble, Jama Masjid can be entered from both the directions - North and the South Gates. The eastern gateway is supposed to remain open in Friday and was used by the emperor himself. Jama Masjid is cluttered by devotees who offer namaz, especially during Muslim Festival.
The inside of Jama Masjid Mosque partially lit by the sunlight.
A Mosque is a place to be totally engrossed in one's thoughts,in one's own world...who knows what is he thinking or what is he pondering upon...is it about his everyday life or about future or past ...who knows?
Jama Masjid , Old Delhi ,India
Jama Masjid mosque (New Delhi, India): reflection on the central pool of the courtyard
One of the three entrances to the mosque Jama Masjid (New Delhi, India)
Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan built Jama Masjid between 1644 and 1656. The mosque has three great gates, four towers and two 40 metres high minarets constructed with strips of red sandstone and white marble. The courtyard can accommodate more than 25,000 people. There are three domes on the terrace, which are surrounded by the two minarets.The Jama Masjid of Delhi is one of the largest mosques in India.
A local people taking a wudhu for the morning prayer at Jama' Masjid, Old Delhi India
prayer area inside the mosque - Jama Masjid. Old Delhi, India
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At Juma Masjid one hot September afternoon.
*explored* October 13th
[Photoshopped playing around with curves]
In the alleys near Jama Masjid I came across so many precocious children one after another. The kids of India were a revelation.
Combined with the electric color - it was
magic for me.
Ignorance is the curse of God; knowledge is the wing wherewith we fly to heaven.
Jama Masjid - New Dehli - India
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The arches of the Jama Masjid (Friday Mosque) at Champaner, Eastern Gujarat, India.
Grande Mosquée - Jama Masjid : étonnante construction en grès rouge et marbre blanc, comprenant 3 portes, 4 tours d'angle et 2 minarets de 40 m de haut, qui fut commencée en 1644 et terminée en 1658.
I climbed up a tower turret of Jama Masjid for this high angle shot. Jama Masid of Delhi, is one of the largest mosques in India. It was built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan between 1644 and 1656 at a cost of 1 million rupees,
With this picture of a gate leading to the Masjid-i Jahān-Numā, commonly known as the Jama Masjid, in Old Delhi I would like to wish "Ramzan Mubarak" to all my Muslim friends, colleagues and members of my team.
And of course to all of you, Muslims and non-Muslims, who are following my work on internet.
"May this Ramzan bring you the utmost in peace & prosperity.
May lights triumph over darkness.
May peace transcend the earth.
May the spirit of light illuminate the world..."
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Jama Masjid, Fatehpur Sikri, Uttar Pradesh, India 2012
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At Jama Masjid Sarkhej Roza, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India. At the time when Ahmedabad city was built, which was during the reign of Ahmed Shah (1410-1443 A.D.), Sarkhej was a village with a population consisting of weavers and indigo-dyers who were predominantly Hindu. It became associated with the name of Shaikh Ahmed Khattu Ganj Baksh, a Sufi saint and a friend/advisor to Sultan Ahmed Shah, who in his later years retired to the quiet environment of Sarkhej, away from the city. The saint lived till he was 111 years of age and was greatly venerated during his lifetime. Myths about his miraculous powers are prevalent even today. Life and teachings of Shaikh Ganj Baksh Khattu Upon his death in 1445, the reigning monarch, Mohammed Shah ordered a mausoleum built in his honour, along with a mosque. The construction of these two monuments were completed in 1451 A.D., by his successor Qutb'ud-Din Ahmed Shah.