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Shahi Eidgah is an open-air urban prayer hall meant for Eid festival prayers, built by a Mughal ruler. It may refer to:
- Sylhet Shahi Eidgah, in Sylhet, Bangladesh, built in the 17th century
- Dhanmondi Shahi Eidgah, in Dhaka, Bangladesh, with an urban open space and mosque built in the 17th century
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