Mosque Jama Masjid - is one of the largest mosques in India and one of the final buildings of Shah Jihan. The construction of the mosque began in 1644 and was completed in 1658. The mosque is distinguished by three arched entrances, four corner towers and two forty-meter minarets. The building was built of white marble and red sandstone, lined with vertical stripes. Visitors can climb the southern minaret to explore the old city from its height. In the center of the inner courtyard of the mosque is a swimming pool for washing hands, face and feet.
Visitors will have to take off their shoes and make sure they are dressed appropriately before entering the mosque. Not Muslims are not allowed to enter the territory during prayers. But the spectacle of 25,000 worshipers will not be erased from your memory for a long time.