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Constructed in the mid 17th century and Located at Peshawar the white marble facade and 8 minarets of Mahabat khan mosque is the most iconic building of the city.Constructed at elevated ground, At over 30000 square feet, and a central pool in the court yard...More
The Mohabbat Khan Mosque (sometimes written as: Mahabat Khan Mosque) is a 17th-century mosque in Peshawar, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. It is named after the Mughal governor of Peshawar Nawab Mahabat Khan bin Ali Mardan Khan, known as Mahabat Khan and Ali Mardan Khan, who served...More
Masjid Mohabat Khan is located in Qissa Kwani Bazar which by it self is very big attraction for tourist. It is an historic mosque but need more renovation and it has a v long Islamic history.if someone visiting Peshawar must have to visit The mosque,...More
The great mughal architecture, long courtyard, pond in the center for (wash), high rise minar .... Serene and peaceful environment allows you to be in contact with creator of the world and found inner peace
it is located in andershehar bazar of sarafa bazaar.
It was constructed by mughal governor nawab mahabat Khan in 1630.
Its minarets can seen from far ahead; once used by governor Avitobile to throw poeple from it
While in Peshawar and near this Masjid, one should offer congregational prayers inside in summers and outside in Sehan in winters sunlight.Historical Masjid with its 17th century engineering design.must see and must offer prayers there.