Khan Masjid
22° 44' 01.88'' N, 72° 25' 53.03'' E

 

This great brick mosque was built by Alif Khan Bhuka known as Khan-i-Masjid is probably older than other mosque at Dholka. The mosque is massive with three big halls, divided by two massive walls, each perforated by a large central and two smaller side arches. Both sides of the mihrabs had a perforated window with arches. It was built in A.D. 1300.

 


Conservation and Preservation

This great brick mosque was built by Alif Khan Bhuka known as Khan-i-Masjid is probably older than other mosque at Dholka. The mosque is massive with three big halls, divided by two massive walls, each perforated by a large central and two smaller side arches. The main entrance gate is badly damaged due to negligence’s and weather effect. So dismantling and reconstructing the old type brick masonry in the entrance gate was carried out. The work is in progress.