Pathar Masjid – Srinagar

The Pather Mosque –The River Jhelum makes way for this glorious mosque which stands gracefully immediately beneath the Shah Hamdan Masjid, The Pather Masjid was created completely from marble in 1620 by Noorjehan , the emparess.

The Pathar Masjid is a conventional stone mosque built by Mughal empress Noor Jahan in 1623. Unlike indigenous wooden monuments in Srinagar, Pathar Masjid stands unique with its distinctive designs and structural patterns. It is counted as one of the age old Mughal structure known for its nine horizontal arches. This ancient shrine is situated on the opposite bank of the River Jhelum in Nowhatta area, right in the middle of the Srinagar City near Shah-e-Hamadan and Jama Masjid. The Pathar Masjid is regarded as desecrated building by high priests of Islam religion owing to its structural style.



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