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Reviewed September 19, 2018 via mobile

One of the first monuments of the medieval age, this was the main attraction for me in Ajmer. I spent my time exploring every corner, every pillar and the extraordinary architecture of the place. Numerous apocryphal tales abound, with practically all local faiths staking claim to this mosque, but viewing it as a classical blend of Info Islamic architecture is also adequate to give you goosebumps. Designed in a perfect square, with tall ornate gates, marble mihraab and the screens that predates the domes that have come to be associated with mosques Dhai din ka Jhopda is located at a five minute walk from Dargah Sharif. Pillars bear intricate design, in testimony to the master craftsmen from 9 centuries ago. The place is steeped in history, and is a must visit gor lovers of architecture and history. An excellent place for photography too

Thank Dr_Powderpill
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Reviewed September 2, 2018 via mobile

I have visited this place today , situated near by Dargah, Its an old monument but looks beautiful . 1 of the best place in ajmer to visit for picnic or photography.

Thank ashwins449
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Reviewed August 7, 2018

Its a nice place to be. You need to walk for 5 mins from the ajmer dargah to reach here. On your way you will get a lot of food stals. Place is a bit old but a ice one to click some fine pictures. No entry fee needed here.

Thank SMANJIN
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Reviewed July 11, 2018 via mobile

This iconic place of Ajmer is a constant reminder of the fragility of life . This beautiful monument is witness to the history and its legacy during the times when the decisions were made to complete it in two and half day . The up keep is very poor looking at the heritage it represents . The access is too poor - not many people come here . This beautiful monument is located in the not too good location - very poor and unkempt neighborhood . But , this beautiful site unravels the magnificent era of the times . Worth the trouble to come to discover it .
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Thank kamakshi2015
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Reviewed June 24, 2018

Total waste of time , energy and money, It is garbage and pig house, no maintenance, originally it was very old Vedic Sanskrit education center, mugal rules converted it in mosque.

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Reviewed June 10, 2018 via mobile

Please don't follow up the pictures. Like a hundred others, this one is a historic property in a pathetic condition. Garbage, strays and beggers will really spoil your vacay mood.
It's a very very small structure not worth a visit till you have some religious commitment to come here.

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Reviewed May 30, 2018

ute from Dargah to Ana Sagar vice versa. The average spent time is 1 hour. It is believed that this mosque was constructed in just two and half days. There used to be a Sanskrit college which was demolished by Mohammad ghori and this mosque was constructed in 1198 a.d.

Thank Abhinav K
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Reviewed May 16, 2018

Adhai-din ka jhonpra mosque is made during mugal rules best structure explain the indian history this place is good to see its 10 to 15 min away form ajmer dargah sarif

Thank dilshad0123
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Reviewed March 31, 2018

Good place to visit and see the architecture as to how the fort was planned to be built but had to be left as you can see. It was built in only 2 and half days. This is worth a visit but this place needs to be maintained.

Thank Smrutirekha
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Reviewed February 3, 2018

The story related to this historic spot is known to most that it was built in two and half days . Away for the Dargah this place is not in a good state . Located in the midst of the dirt road and congested area of housing , The structure is eye catching reflecting the history .The Arabic writing on the walls and on the top of the entrance brings back the glory days of the Muslim reign here . No entree fee . Not safe area in late evenings .,

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