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Dastur Khan's Mosque

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Location  Ahmedabad
State  Gujarat
Founder  Dastur Khan
Architectural type  Shahpur Mosque
Affiliation  Islam
Status  Active
Architectural style  Indo-Islamic architecture
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Municipality  Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation
Similar  Haibat Khan's Mosque, Miya Khan Chishti's Mosque, Achut Bibi's Mosque, Malik Alam's Mosque, Baba Lului's Mosque

Dastur Khan's Mosque, also known as Paththarwali Masjid, is a medieval mosque in Ahmedabad, India.

The mosque is located south of Jama Masjid near the Astodia Gate. The mosque was built in 1486 or 1463 during the reign of Mahmud Begada in the city by Dastur Khan, also known as Malik Khasazada, one of his ministers.

The tomb of Dastur Khan is located near the south doorway in an open courtyard within the complex of the mosque. The courtyard walls are decorated with perforated stone windows.

References

Dastur Khan's Mosque Wikipedia


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