(Last Updated on : 13-09-2010)
Not only temples, Haryana is also dotted with a number of Dargah and Mosques, which further offers a magnificent expression to the saying " Unity in Diversity" .
Dargah of Bu Ali Shah Qalandar
This Dargah beckons pilgrims from different parts of the country.
Kabuli Bagh Mosque
Babur constructed this mosque in order to commemorate his victory over Ibrahim Lodhi.
Lat Ki Masjid
A L-shaped ablution tank and a 'Lat' (Pillar) are attached to form the mosque.
The Pathar Masjid located at Thanesar in the state of Haryana is noted for its fluted minarets attached to its back wall.
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