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Story and Mystery Of Adhai Din Ka Jhopra Ajmer Sharif. Mysterious Places In India. Adhai Din Ka Jhonpra (literally "shed of 2½ days") is a mosque near Ajmer Sharif dargah of sufi saint khwaja moinuddin chishty in the Ajmer city of Rajasthan, India. It was commissioned by Qutb-ud-Din-Aibak, on orders of Muhammad Ghori, in 1192 CE.[1] It was completed in 1199 CE, and further beautified by Iltutmish of Delhi in 1213 CE.[2] The mosque was constructed on the remains of a Sanskrit college, with materials from destroyed Hindu and Jain temples.[1][3] It is one of the oldest mosques in India,[4] and the oldest surviving monument in Ajmer.[5] An early example of the Indo-Islamic architecture, most of the building was constructed by Hindu masons, under the supervision of Afghan managers. It is also known as Arhai Din ka Jhompra or Dhai Din ki Masjid; Alexander Cunningham described it as the "Great Mosque of Ajmer". The site is now maintained by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI). History=================== Pre-Islamic structure :- The site of the mosque was originally a Sanskrit college building commissioned by Vigraharaja IV (alias Visaladeva), a king of the Shakambhari Chahamana (Chauhan) dynasty. The original building was square-shaped, with a tower-chhatri (dome-shaped pavilion) at each corner.[6][7] A temple dedicated to Sarasvati was located on the western side. A tablet dated to 1153 CE was found at the site in the 19th century; based on this, it can be inferred that the original building must have been constructed sometime before 1153 CE.[8] The relics in the modern building show both Hindu and Jain features. According to KDL Khan, the building materials were taken from Hindu and Jain temples.[1] According to Caterina Mercone Maxwell and Marijke Rijsberman, the Sanskrit college was a Jain institution, and the building materials were taken from Hindu temples.[9] ASI Director-General Alexander Cunningham hypothesized that the pillars used in the building were probably taken from 20–30 demolished Hindu temples, which featured at least 700 pillars in total. Based on the pillar inscriptions, he concluded that these original temples dated to 11th or 12th century CE.[10] According to the local Jain tradition, the building was originally constructed by Seth Viramdeva Kala in 660 CE as a Jain shrine to celebrate Panch Kalyanaka. Conversion into a mosque[edit] The original building was partially destroyed and converted into a mosque by Qutb-ud-Din-Aibak of Delhi in the late 12th century. According to a local legend, after defeating Vigraharaja's nephew Prithviraja III in the Second Battle of Tarain, Muhammad Ghori passed through Ajmer. There, he saw the magnificent temples, and ordered his slave general Qutb-ud-Din-Aibak to destroy them, and construct a mosque — all within 60 hours (that is, two-and-a-half-days). The artisans could not build a complete mosque in 60 hours time, but constructed a brick screen wall where Ghori could offer prayers. By the end of the century, a complete mosque was built.[1] The central mihrab in the mosque contains an inscription indicating the completion date of the mosque. It is dated Jumada II 595 AH (April 1199 CE). This makes the mosque one of the oldest in India, and the second mosque to be built by the Mamluks of Delhi (the first being the Quwwat-ul-Islam mosque). Another inscription, dated Dhu al-Hijjah 596 AH (September–October 1200 CE), names Abu Bakr ibn Ahmed Khalu Al-Hirawi as the supervisor of construction.[11] Iltutmish, the successor of Qutb-ud-Din-Aibak, subsequently beautified the mosque in 1213 CE, with a screen wall pierced by corbelled engrailed arches — a first in India.[2] An inscription on the central arch of the screen as well as two inscriptions of the northern minaret contain his name. The second arch from the south names one Ahmed ibn Muhammad al-Arid as the construction supervisoion. Architecture :===== The mosque is among the earliest examples of the Indo-Islamic architecture. It was designed by Abu Bakr of Herat, an architect who accompanied Muhammad Ghori. The mosque was built almost entirely by Hindu masons, under the supervision of Afghan managers.[1] ====Ajmer Tourism, Rajasthan , India Famous Tourist Places to Visit in Ajmer : अजमेर शरीफ में घूमने की जगह ( Rajasthan Tourism ):- Points of interest : Places Of attraction ==Nasiyan Jain Temple, Ana Sagar Lake, Rangji Temple, Nareli Jain Temple, Savitri Temple, brahma temple, Akbar's Palace , Foy Sagar Lake, Akbari Masjid, Shah Jahan's Mosque, Birla City Water Park, Buland Darwaza, Daulat Bagh Garden, Mayo College Museum, Prithviraj Smarak Monument, Dargah Hazrat Meera Syed Hussain, pushkar, Baradari, Abdullah Khan's Tomb, khwaja ka mela aarela apun ajmer ja rela urs 2016 , qawwali= TERI REHMATO KA DARIYA SARE AAM CHAL RAHA HAI,Tu Bada Garib Nawaz Hai,Ajmer Walo Khwaja Se Kehdo,Ye Tera Karam Hai Khwaja,Mere Khwaja Ke Angna ,More Khwaja piya,Karishma E Khwaja ,