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Kadam Rasool Mosque is at Gour, Malda in West Bengal, India. This mosque was built by Sultan Nasseruddin Nusrat Shah in the year 1530.Aptly named Kadam Rasool, which means Footprints of the Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (SA), the mosque contains the footprints of Hazrat Muhammad (SA)...More
The kadam rasul mosque stands strong amid the lush green garden with its huge red brick and mortar structure. There was this fakir ( a Muslim beggar ) who came forward to us and showed the foot print imprinted black stone, asked us to show...More
Kadam rasaul mosque is another important architecture in gaur malda. This however has more significance than the other structures as inside the dome lies a black stone which bears the footprints of the Prophet himself or at least that's what is said there. This black...More
seems odd to rate this site in isolation as if you're visiting Gaur then you'll want to visit the other nearby sites including the Gumti gate, Firoz minar tower and the Qadam Rasul mosque all of which have been well excavated. Collectively the sites are...More
It is a misnomer to call this a mosque, in actuality is a building to contain the prophet's foot prints in stone said to have been brought by a saint from Arabia. The building has a central square room with a wide verandah. The eastern...More
A wonderful old mosque (16th century) in Bengali style (red-brick walls and arches, gray dome and minarets) in the middle of a peaceful and well-kept garden. The caretaker will approach you and show you the black stone with the foot sign left by Prophet Muhammad.
Kadam Rasul Mosque is situated in Gour,Malda and is very near to Firoz Minar .It is a single domed structure made of bricks which still carry traces of the ornamented brick work. The four corners have towers built of black stone with the spires having...More