Jamali Kamali Mosque & Tomb

Mosque & Tomb From 1528

This beautiful and majestic mosque contains an architectural mixture of late Lodhis and early Mughals. It's structure is quite unique for its time, being made from different natural stones like Delhi quartz, red sandstone and white marble.

An attached section contains the tombs of a 16th Century Sufi Saint named Jamali and his unknown lover Kamali. Due to a lack of historical information, there are many speculations and stories about Kamali, include one legend of a broken love that has resulted in this place being haunted until today. Jamali Kamali is considered by some to be one of the most haunted places in Delhi! Come see for yourself. 
Quick Reference

- Period: Early Mughal Period - Hours: Daytime - Cost: Free of cost - Attire: Not An Active Mosque So No Special Attire Required.
Additional Information

The mosque section is open during daytime hours, but the tomb section is often kept locked. Ask the security guard if he can unlock the gate so you can see the tomb.
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