Shat Gombuj Mosjid

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Sat Masjid
সাত গম্বুজ মসজিদ
Saat Masjid.jpg
The front side of Shat Mosjid in 2009
Location Mohammadpur, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Coordinates 23°45′27.85″N 90°21′32.24″E / 23.7577361°N 90.3589556°E / 23.7577361; 90.3589556Coordinates: 23°45′27.85″N 90°21′32.24″E / 23.7577361°N 90.3589556°E / 23.7577361; 90.3589556

Shat Gombuj Mosjid (Bengali: সাত গম্বুজ মসজিদ; Shat Gombuj Mosque or Seven Domed Mosque) was built in the 17th century at the north west outskirt of Dhaka (in present-day Bangladesh).


Accounting the stylistic patterns of the mosque, it is suggested that it was built sometime around 1680 AD.[1][2] It was during the reign of the Subahdar of Bengal, Shaista Khan (r. 1664–1688). Now the mosque falls in Mohammadpur Thana region. A street, Shat Mosjid Road, commemorates the name of the mosque.



  1. ^ Bari, M. A. "Satgumbad Mosque". Dhaka: Banglapedia: The National Encyclopedia of Bangladesh, Asiatic Society of Bangladesh. Retrieved 2012-09-18. 
  2. ^ "Sat Gumbad Mosque".