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Palam Mosque



Palam Mosque is a small brick mosque situated in the south east corner of the Palam Village in South West Delhi District, near Dwarka. It is the only surviving building of Babur's reign in Delhi and one of the few of his period in India. The mosque was built by Ghazanfar (1528- 1529) an official in Babur's court. Palam Mosque has been visited by Ibn Batuta and is famous for its Sanskrit inscriptions. It has small domed minarets on the four corners of its roof.


Updated on 17th September, 2015
District: South West Delhi
Location: Palam
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