Jama Mosque Gulbarga

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Jama Masjid Gulbarga
Great Mosque in Gulbarga Fort..jpg
Jama Masjid Gulbarga
Religion
AffiliationIslam
Ecclesiastical or organizational statusMosque
Location
LocationGulbarga, India
Geographic coordinates17°21′37″N 78°28′24″E / 17.360305°N 78.473416°E / 17.360305; 78.473416Coordinates: 17°21′37″N 78°28′24″E / 17.360305°N 78.473416°E / 17.360305; 78.473416
Architecture
TypeIslamic architecture
StyleBahmani Sultanate
Completed1367 AD
Specifications
Capacity2000
Length216 ft
Width177 ft
Minaret(s)-
MaterialsLime Brick

Jama Masjid Gulbarga is Mosque located in Gulbarga City, Karnataka, India.[1]

It is regarded as one of the best examples of mosque architecture in South Asia. The arches design of Jama Masjid Gulbarga reflects in the interiors of Spanish Mosque of Hyderabad, India. These are only two mosques in India which have interiors similar to the Great Cathedral–Mosque of Córdoba in Spain.[2]

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The Jama Masjid Gulbarga does not have minarets. It is built inside the Gulbarga Fort. [2]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Haig, Major Thomas Wolseley (1907). Historic Landmarks Of The Deccan. pp. 85–86.
  2. ^ a b "Archnet". Archived from the original on 20 November 2010. Retrieved 28 April 2017.

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