(Last Updated on : 09/12/2014)
Khanqah of Shaikh Suhrawardi Mosque is an ancient Muslim building built in Rajasthan
. It is one of the important mosques in the town of Nagaur
built in the Khanqah of Qazi Hamiduddin Suhrawardi outside the Nahar Pole. The building had been constructed during the reign of Abu Muzaffar Islam Shah, son of Sher Shah. It was constructed by Miyan Khwaja son of Shuker or Shakar Batani in 1552 A.D. An inscription has been engraved in the mosque that states about Sahikh Sulaiman who was loved and respected by Hindu and Muslim communities of the town. He was buried in the enclosure of Tomb of Pir Zahiruddin Ahmad, a son of Qazi Hamiduddin situated in the Loharpara locality of the town. The inscription also states about Suhrawardi
Khanqah of Shaikh Suhrawardi Mosque houses the grave of Shaikh Bayazid, sons of Shaikh Sulaiman inside Nahar Pole. Another inscription engraved on a mosque located nearby states that Khanqah of Shaikh Suhrawardi Mosque was built in the Khanqah of Shaikh Bayazid in 1588-89 A. D.
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