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Dont have to spend long. Guide is helpful for the history, architecture -- the building combines Hindu and Islamic elements. Can see in as little as 15 min or take 1 hour if you have someone to show you the details.
This was my second trip and it was still as imposing as I recalled. It was nice to wander around this and enjoy the architecture of it and just also people watch. We were asked to wear gowns to ensure we covered up too.
The jama masjid is an imposing ancient architectural mosque located almost at the heart of the bustling chadni chowk market in Delhi. As a result, it’s not exactly easy to access on week days but it is definitely worth a visit if you are in...More
The great mosque of #old_delhi, is the largest in India.l, with a courtyard capable of holding 25,000 devotees. It was begun in 1644 and ended up being final architectural extravaganza of Shah Jahan, the Mughal Emperor.
The highly decorative mosque has three great gates ,...More
We visited this mosque as part of a Gate 1 tour. This mosque is the largest mosque in India. To get to the worship area you must climb a large stairwell. Once you get to the top you must remove you shoes before entering. The...More
After going through the busy streets of Delhi, it was nice to enter this complex and enjoy some quiet. The mosque is still the largest in India and is built of red sandstone. We all had to remove our shoes, and the women in our...More
One of the Mughal Emperor Sahjahan's iconic creation. It is the largest masjid in India and made by red sand stone with beautiful design of Arabic calligraphy. A large courtyard is really impressive. It is great opportunity to get a birds eye view of Old...More
I went on a Private Old and New Delhi Full-Day Combo Tour today (see separate Review) and no visit to Old Delhi would be complete without visiting the Jama Masjid Mosque which is conveniently located close to the Red Fort.
There is no entrance fee...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... 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.