Masjid Mahabat Khan, Peshawar

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The Mahabat Khan Mosque (Pashto and Urdu: مہابت خان مسجد) (Hindko: مہابت خان مسیت), sometimes spelt Mohabbat Khan Mosque, is a 17th-century Mughal-era mosque in Peshawar, Pakistan. The mosque was built in 1630, and named after the Mughal governor of Peshawar, Nawab Mohabat Khan Kamboh, father of Nawab Khairandesh Khan Kamboh. The mosque's white marble façade is considered to be one of Peshawar's most iconic sights.
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  • Built in the era of Shah Jahan - and still in wonderful condition. Loved the incredible architecture reflecting the culture of the land. Must visit. 
    Built in the era of Shah Jahan - and still in wonderful condition. Loved the incredible architecture reflecting the culture of the land. Must visit.  more »
  • It was very interesting journey .we saw mosque very closely.took rickshaw from gr8 road to ginta ghat mean watch tower .then we turn right and we can have four r five ways to momasjid mohabat Khan 
    It was very interesting journey .we saw mosque very closely.took rickshaw from gr8 road to ginta ghat mean watch tower .then we turn right and we can have four r five ways to momasjid mohabat Khan  more »
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  • Most beautiful and one of Oldest mosques in KPK. It’s Constructed by Mughal empire. It’s is also main jamia masjid of Peshawar. Beautiful art design and top of the mosque is covered by three fluted domes, while two tall minarets stand on each flank of the main hall. It’s built in 1630’s my Mughal architecture. The mosque is open to tourist every day from sunrise till sunset, except during the prayers timings and specially the afternoon Friday prayers.
  • Wonderful experience!, witnessing the great Mughal Architectural designs of 18th century. A must go place for people like me who are Heritage worms❤️. I loved the way the Mughals built the mosque with brilliant designs combining Persian, Turkish and Indian architecture. Some renovation work is still going on so it would be better to wait for some months as the mosque is restored to it's original beauty 🙂.

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