Khan Jahan Ali Majar Masjid

Khan Jahan Ali Majar Masjid

tomb of a Moslem saint and local ruler in the 15th century

Location: 

Khan Jahan Ali Majar Rd, Bagerhat, Bangladesh

Duration: 

Monday, August 14, 2017

Personal highlights

  1. Khan Jahan Ali: Moslem saint and local ruler in the 15th century
  2. Legacy of Khan Jahan Ali: he build towns, mosques and roads
  3. Tomb of Khan Jahan Ali: today, many people visit his grave
  4. Bagerhat: also known as the Mosque city in Bangladeshinfo-icon
  5. Panipuri: common snack of the Indian subcontinent

Image sources

  1. Tomb of Khan Jahan Ali 
  2. On the road to Bagerhat
  3. Mausoleum of Khan Jahan Ali 
  4. Entrance to the mausoleum
  5. My first Panipuri

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