India is full of diversity. You will find that this country is very big and people from all religions are living happily in it. This country has many languages. Its prosperity is endless and its richness is unspeakable. You can not speech on its hugeness. People enjoy their festival with unity. This country has got many things which any country can rarely have. There are temples available in this country. Apart from temples, there are mosques, dargahs, and other holy places. People celebrate each festival by joining each other.

The holy month of Ramadan will soon come to an end and Muslims around the world will celebrate with a large feast on Eid. But before that, they will offer sincere prayers to Allah thanking the almighty and asking for forgiveness for their misdeeds. India is full of beautiful masjids that are known not just for their divine space but their marvelous architecture as well. The intrinsic work of art, the opulent facade, and the serene atmosphere they create for thousands of pilgrims is just breathtaking. Even if you aren’t religious, a visit to admire the beauty of these mosques.

1. Jama Masjid (Delhi)

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2. Dargah Sharif (Ajmer)

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3. Cheraman Juma Masjid (Methaala, Kerala)

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4. Haji Ali Dargah (Mumbai)

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5. Mecca Masjid (Hyderabad)

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6.  Bara Imambara (Lucknow)

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7. Taj-ul Masajid (Bhopal)

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8. Hazratbal (Srinagar)

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9. Jama Masjid (Agra)


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10. Jama Masjid (Ahmedabad)


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11. Jama Masjid (Champaner, Gujarat)

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I am Pankti Shah, a traveler by heart and an entrepreneur by passion. You can call me an avid speaker, a day-night dreamer, a keen writer and a passionate lover of Yoga. I'm a solo traveler luster and enjoy a life as a happy traveling soul.I love spreading smiles by my initiative, "Be Charitable"- it's an NGO which is providing education, life lessons to less privileged and working on breaking stereotypes from society.

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