Fatehpuri Mosque
Fatehpuri Mosque
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Satyendra Garg
National Capital Territory of Delhi, India6,946 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2015 • Family
When the Red Fort and Chandni Chowk was built by Shahjehan, this beautiful mosque at the end of Chandni Chowk, exactly opposite of Red Fort was built by Begum Fatehpuri in 1650 AD. Between this mosque and the Red Fort is the famous Chandni Chowk. This is a huge mosque and has large space for devotees on the day of festivals and has single and double storeyed apartments on its sides.
Built of red sandstone, it has a fluted dome with mahapadma and kalash on the top.
Written February 25, 2015
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Arka
East Midnapore District, India193 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2019 • Business
The Fatehpuri Mosque is second biggest mosque kn Central Delhi, which is nearby Khari Bawli (The Kirana Market) and specially for cerals, Spices, Dry Fruits and many more, and near by to Chandni Chowk, the longest cloth market in Old Delhi.
Congested place. Chaina Ram's Sweets is famous for Paneer Pakoda & Gulab Jamun.
Written September 23, 2019
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John K
69 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2018 • Family
As leader of a school group we went to the mosque while we were in Delhi. Although you can hear the hustle outside the place exudes a peaceful tranquility. The buildings are on a grand scale and cannot fail to impress all who visit. Go early as I suspect the stone floor will get hot and no shoes are allowed. You will be expected to cover up and gowns as provided for this. Large numbers of Black Kites circle overhead and use the heat stone floor as a thermal to rise in to the air so they can fly effortlessly over the city.
Written April 13, 2018
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Sumant Paul
Pune, India4 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2021 • Family
The monument is beautiful, however the experience inside with the beggars and hawkers is a turn off. Moresoever, caution to everyone buying the chaddar and thread for the Tomb of Salim Chisti, they are sold at a rate of ₹3100 upwards. The guides will push you to buy and will not inform you the rates in advance. Please excuse and visit the Tomb by yourself.
Written December 27, 2021
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Dushyant
2 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2023 • Couples
This is the worst place I have ever seen in this world . Kindly do not visit . Guide Will tell you to visit mosque and the way is via brokers … telling you to pay for certain things and also if you’ll give 1 you will get 100 and they will ask for thousands which is useless . Kindly don’t fall into their practices . Even if you don’t visit this place trust me you’re not missing anything . It’s dirty as a land and thinking hat people have . I will not recommend anybody to visit this place .
Written February 24, 2023
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prasad0903
Mumbai, India350 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2016 • Solo
After a long walk in the Chandni Chowk area one place of quiet relaxation is the Fateh puri Mosque....where people had started assembling for the evening prayers.......a wash was the most refreshing as the water was pretty cool and after washing of feet ,moved around to see the intricate details....the red colour was looking resplendent.....though not as grand as the Jumma Masjid it holds its own majestic charm..is maintained well.....a few shops add lustre to the surroundings....the mughal arches are a beautiful example of architecture......
Written July 26, 2016
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Alex W
127 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2015 • Solo
A good place to rest after having been in Delhi6 and Khari Baoli surrounding it. Beautiful classic 17th century architecture in red sandstone , seven arched openings for prayer hall, two minarets. I have spent a very relaxing hour in its shade and silence.
Written August 15, 2015
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Abhilalit
New Delhi, India72 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2014
The British had auctioned the mosque after the 1857 war to Rai Lala Chunnamal for Rs. 19,000(whose descendants still live in the Chunnamal haveli in Chandni Chowk, who preserved the mosque. Later in 1877 it was acquired by the government in exchange for four villages and was restored to the Muslims at the Delhi Durbar when the British allowed the Muslims back in Old Delhi. A similar mosque, called Akbarabadi Masjid built by the Akbarabadi Begum was destroyed by the British.

The Khari Baoli, which is today Asia's largest spice market, gradually developed after the construction of the mosque.
Written July 11, 2015
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Abovetheclouds
2,077 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2024 • Solo
An oasis of calm and worth a stop if you are visiting Chandni Chowk. Shoes must be removed. Felt like stepping back in time. Beautiful courtyard.

Written January 6, 2024
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Andrew D
Singapore, Singapore399 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2023 • Solo
An authentic, under-visited mosque if you want a slice of life look into the prayings of Muslim in Delhi. Architecture is low-key interesting and definitely worth a look if you are already around the area.
Written May 14, 2023
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