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Mosque of Dhaka | Beautiful Mosque in Dhaka

Baitul Mukarram mosque
Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh also characterized by a number of ancient and modern mosques. That is why it is also called the city of Mosque. There are lots of eye-catching mosques in Dhaka. Some of these are: Seven domed Mosque (Established in 17th century), Atia Mosque (Established in Mugal Era), Star Mosque (Situated in 18th century), Kosaituly Mosque, Star Mosque, Gulshan Azad Mosque, New Market Mosque, Karwanbazar Mosque, Dhaka university Mosque, Lalbagh Shahi Mosque, Mosque Sayedabad, Shaheed Mosque, Chowkbazar, Lalbagh Qilla Mosque, Ancient Nayabad Mosque 1785, Husainy Dalan mosque 1829, Syeff Khan mosque and Baitul Mukarram mosque which is the National Mosque of Bangladesh.

Dhaka Star MosqueBaitul Mukarram Mosque: Baitul Mukarram (The Holy House) is the national mosque of the Peoples Republic of Bangladesh. The Baitul Mukarram Mosque is located at the center of Dhaka, capital of Bangladesh. The mosque was completed in 1968.The National Mosque of Bangladesh has a capacity of 30,000, giving it the respectable position of being the 10th biggest mosque in the world. However the mosque is constantly getting overcrowded. This especially occurs during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, which has resulted in the Bangladeshi government having to add extensions to the mosque, thus increasing the capacity to at least 40,000.

Kakrail Mosque: Kakrail Mosque is a mosque located near Ramna Park, Dhaka, Bangladesh. It is the center of Tablighi Jamayat activities in Bangladesh.

South view of Jori bldg. Husainy DalanKhan Mohammad Mridha Mosque: The Khan Mohammad Mridha Mosque on Lalbagh road is situated less than half a kilometre west of the Lalbagh Fort/ Lalbagher Kella. Two Persian inscriptions, one over the central archway and the other over the central Mihrab, speak of its construction during 1704–05 AD by Khan Muhammad Mridha.


Star Mosque: Star Mosque which is also popularly known as Tara Masjid, is a beautiful mosque located in Armanitola area, Dhaka, Bangladesh. The mosque has ornate designs and is decorated with motifs of blue stars. It was built in the first half of the 19th century by Mirza Golam Pir (Mirza Ahmed Jan).

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