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Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Happy Eid-Ul-Zuha

A kid out side Old Delhi shop
Another one see the crowd
Girls put heena on the occassion of Eid
The Jama Masjid, the Friday congregational mosque, in Delhi is the largest and one of the most glorious mosques in India. It was the last architectural extravaganza of the Mughal Emperor, Shahjahan built in the year 1656 AD with the help of 5,000 craftsmen. It was made across the road from the Red Fort. The mosque is also known as Masjid-I-Jahanuma, which means 'mosque commanding view of the world'.

Holy Quran of the Prophet The mosque faces west. Its three sides are covered with open arched colonnades, each having a lofty tower-like gateway in the centre. The mosque is about 261 feet (80 m) long and 90 feet (27 m) wide, and its roof is covered with three domes with alternate stripes of black and white marble, with its topmost parts covered with gold. Two lofty minarets, 130 feet (40 m) high, and containing 130 steps, longitudinally striped with white marble and red sandstone, flank the domes on either side. The mosque has the capacity to hold as many as 25,000 devotees. The Lal Qila or the Red Fort stand towards the east of the mosque.
The Jama Masjid was designed as the main mosque of Shahjahan. It stands on one of the two hills, Bho Jhala in the Mughal capital, Shahjahanabad. The mosque has three gateways, four towers and two minarets. It is constructed with alternate use of vertical strips of red sandstone and white marble. The white marble has been used extensively in the three domes and has been inlaid with stripes of black. The structure was situated on a high platform so that its magnificent facade would be visible from all the neighboring areas. The main prayer hall on the west is decorated by a series of high cusped arches, which stand on 260 pillars. These pillars support 15 marble domes at various elevations. The imposing gateways are approached through a broad flight of steps in the north and the south. The hallmarks of this famous mosque are the wide staircases and arched gateways

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magiceye December 9, 2008 at 2:11 PM  

id mubarak to all our muslim friends around the world..

beautiful post!

nituscorner December 9, 2008 at 6:50 PM  

Wow that mehendi design is absolutely awesome....i love putting them too...only waiting for it to dry is a test of patience for me.
Id mubarak to every one who is celebrating the festival today

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