Madina Mosque, West Bengal – Prayer Times, History
Nizamat Fort Campus located in Murshidabad district of the Indian state of West Bengal. Madina Mosque is placed at this place. It was one of the famous Imammabr and significant holy place for Islamism followers. The Old architecture of Madina Mosque constructed in the 18th century by Siraj Ud- Daulah. There are two Madina mosques inside of this fort campus. The Mosque opened all days in a year. The Present Imammbar was constructed in 1847 under the supervision of Sadeq Ali Khan.
The Mosque opened all days in a year. The Prayers starts from Morning 5 AM to evening 8:30 PM. The Authority of Madina Mosque at Murshidabad conducted prayers at different timings in different seasons.
Tourist Attractions In and Around Madina Mosque, West Bengal
Hazarduari Palace, Nizmat Imbambara, Wasif Manjil, Footi Mosque, Madina, Moti Jeel, Koshi Bagh, Murshidabad district Museum, Katra Mosque, Kathgola, Nasirpur Palace, Jafarganj Cemetery are famous and most visited tourist attractions in Murshidabad. These tourist places are surrounded by Madina Mosque at Nizamat Fort Campus.