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While in Old Delhi we went into the Jama Masjid mosque.
Entry via the Old Delhi side was up several flights of steps so bear this in mind if you plan to visit and have mobility problems.
Additionally, you will of course need to remove...More
Jama Masjid, is considered to be one of the largest Mosques in India. The Mosque is a very commanding site from the street, with its many steps to reach the entrance.
You need to remove your shoes to enter,be careful where you leave them, as...More
The great mosque of Old Delhi is both the largest in India and final architectural extravagance of Shah Jahan. Begum in 1644, the mosque was not complete until 1658. It has three gateways, four angles towers and two minarets standing 40 m high and constructed...More
One of the best , pious n peaceful place i have ever visited and whenever i visited here i feel so blessed n relaxed as i m a muslim girl i know how important dis place is for me .
it is built with the...More
This mosque is steeped in history. Built by Shah Jahan, who also built the Taj Mahal, this red sandstone structure is often referred to as Jama Masjid or the Friday Mosque. Before going, be aware of a few important items: There are three entrances, all...More
Jama masjid is one of the mosque located at Old Delhi. To visit the nearest metro is Jama Masjid at Violet line. You can also climb on the southern Minar with a nominal entrance fee and have a overlook view of old Delhi from top...More
It is a nice place to visit but nothing amazing in my humble opinion. There are people that will cover you up as you come in which I think is silly personally but they expect a tip afterwards so it probably explains the reason behind...More
We really enjoyed the richness of culture offered by the Jama Masjid. We did not like the bossy tour guide telling us do this and do that without explanation. The experience, however, was positive and well worth the effort.
There is no entry fee for the Mosque,but it will cost RS100 to leave your footwear.If you want to go to the top of the minaret it is also RS 100,money well spent in my opinion the view is unique. I assume there is an... More
There is no entry fee for the Mosque,but it will cost RS100 to leave your footwear.If you want to go to the top of the minaret it is also RS 100,money well spent in my opinion the view is unique. I assume there is an additional charge for a camera,usually RS 200 in most monuments in India.