Kasba Mosque – Tourism Info

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Kasba Mosque

This mosque stands on the bank of a large Dighi in Kasba village near Gournadi Upazila Sadar. It is also called ‘Allah’s Mosque’ or ‘Mysterious Mosque’ too. This traditional nine-domed mosque preserved by the Archeological Department was built about in the middle of the 15th century. This mosque measures about 12×12 metres (39 feet x 39 feet) and walls are 2.18 metres (7 feet) wide. This mosque made of brick-dust has four round minarets and on the upper side, there are nine domes in three rows. Three entrance gates are found in the front wall of the mosque. Though there are three more entrance-gates in the north and the south wall each, at present they are blocked by grills. Inside this square mosque, there are three niches in the west wall, and four pillars made of stones are at the centre.

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