Bajra Shahi Mosque

Bajra Shahi Mosque Bajra Shahi Mosque is located on the northern bank of a large pond containing a masonry ghat in the village of Bajra under Begumganj thana of Noakhali district. The mosque, according to an inscription fixed over the central doorway, was erected by one Aman Allah in 1741-42 AD during the reign of the Mughal emperor Muhammad Shah.
The Bengali and Persian inscriptions fixed over the gateway of the outer wall and on the inside wall of the mosque record that it was thoroughly repaired in the years between 1318 to 1335 BS by the Bajra Zamindars Khan Bahadur Ali Ahmad and Khan Bahadur Mujir Uddin Ahmad. A Bengali inscription on the south wall of the mosque records that Benazir Ustagar of Dhaka executed the repair works.
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