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Old Mosque (Jami Masjid)
20° 43' 04.31'' N, 70° 59' 05.56'' E

The Mosque is built in circa 16th century A.D. and is known as Sulemani Mosque. It has a rectangular prayer hall with three mehrabs. The roof is plain surmounted by six domes of conical shape. There are four minarets at four corners. The prayer hall has more than 50 pillars. Each pillar has a square base, with round shaft. The entrance reveals some influence of European architecture.