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its within the city towards golgumbaz, hardly 1 kms from bus stand. a masjid with 1 big and 3 other small water ponds infront of it. women not allowed in side the masjid.. but can watch it from out side and can walk over ponds....More
The pool here makes the place quite chilling. The Asar mahal is a mosque housing the hair of prophet Mohammad. Females are not allowed inside it. The architecture of the mahal seen from outside reflected awesome architecture. Windows were well designed.
This is a mosque with a big pool of water along it's side. The architecture is marvellous though the maintenance is poor. It is believe to house one of the hairs of Prophet Mohammad which was brought from Saudi Arabia.
Asar Mahal form a part of "The Citadel" complex located in Bijapur town. This structure is in complete intact state. There architecture of the monument is awesome. There is a large water tank next to it. The Asar Mahal is more of a mosque. Prophet...More
This is more of a prayer place. There is a palatial building used for prayer called Asar Mahal and their is a big tank near it. Asar Mahal is said to contain the hair of Prophet Mohammad. Only men are allowed inside the building. We...More
This is a beautiful monument built by Mohammed Adil Shah. The architecture of this monument is mix of Indian and Islamic architecture. There is an artifical lake adjacent to Asar Mahal. Two hairs from the beard of Prophet Mohammad is kept here. We found the...More
The architecture is marvelous. There is no entry fees to visit this monument. Females are not allowed inside the Asar Mahal. There is a water tank besides the lake. Taking a tour around the mahal reveals several old structure surrounding the mahal. Some structure are...More
This place is so called palace of heaven because the remains of Prophet Mohammad is kept there which is bought by the adil shah kings from Middle east and kept in bijapur. It was gifted to Aurangzeb a mughal king.