Manzilgah

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Manzilgah Mosque at Bundar Road, Indus River

Manzilgah was originally a mosque built by Mughal emperor Akbar the Great in 1007 AH.

In the 1940s an Islamic institution named Jamia Hammadia Manzilgah Sukkur was established, which is now[when?] at its full swing. It is in the city of Sukkur on Bandar Road.

References[edit]

  • HAMIDA KHUHRO (1998). Masjid Manzilgah, 1939-40. Test Case for Hindu-Muslim Relations in Sind. Modern Asian Studies, 32, pp 49-89 doi:10.1017/S0026749X98002613