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Reviewed April 1, 2018 via mobile

It is located almost in old Delhi. Very crowded place. Like Sikh Temple you should take off your shoes and pay 300 Rupees to take your camera or mobile phone with you inside the mosque, otherwise you should put your stuff out somewhere!!! About 25000 people can gather and pray in Islamic ceremonies at one time. It has scaffolding now inside for some repairment.

Thank Hourie A
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Reviewed March 31, 2018 via mobile

Visited the mosque on a Saturday and it was pretty busy. The actual building is nothing of spectacular value unlike some temples.

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Reviewed March 30, 2018

The biggest mosque in India, amazing place visited by hundreds, you will be given a robe on arrival so dont worry about what you are wearing, very spiritual - pick up a rickshaw on the way out for a ride through the amazing streets

Thank OxfordshireSue
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Reviewed March 27, 2018 via mobile

The Jama Masjid mosque is one of the biggest and most important mosques in India.

It is located in old Delhi and the ticket price for foreigners is of $300INR.

You have to wear long pants of not they rent you a White skirt to cover yourself.

The mosque is very old was constructed in 1650 by a mughal emperor.

One of the best sightseeing places to visit in Delhi.

Thank kikeruiza87
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Reviewed March 27, 2018

The mosque itself is very nice, and interesting . The real sights to see are in the streets and neighborhoods surrounding the mosque. A veritable overload for the senses. If a foreign tourist, I would be wary of trying to just walk around alone. DO NOT give anything to the beggars unless you are willing to "swarmed" immediately by many more,,,,, if you do you will be followed until you leave the area.

Thank Greg B
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