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Jama Masjid

Jama Masjid in the evening.

The following series encloses 15 photographs of Masjid-i Jahān-Numā meaning World-reflecting Mosque situated in Old Delhi, India. Built in mid 1600AD by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, its the largest mosque in India. The monument, the prime shooting location of many Bollywood movies can hold 25,000 people during prayer times. It is also close to a major ancient Indian market known as ‘Meena Bazaar’ and one of the oldest and most famous eat streets in India, the ‘Chandni Chowk’. From the Jama Masjid, one can see the ‘Red Fort’ at a distance, home to some of the most powerful Mughal Emperors of all times. Do leave your feedback if you like the series.

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People washing themselves before prayer.

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Sunset over the mosque

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Ali wondering where little sister Alisha is, as she is not allowed inside during the prayers

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Prayer Time

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Alone

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Sunset over the old city

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Sunset from another angle

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Chaos

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Lights get on

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Chaotic traffic in Old Delhi

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Friends

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A new photo angle

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The image from the top of the mosque

Jama-Masjid

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