Khadria Mosque in Bangalore - India
Masjid-e-Khadriya is a very beautiful mosque in the heart of Bangalore city in the southern state of Karnataka in India. It is situated on Millers Road in the city inside an Eidgah ground. The mosque is very close to the Bangalore Cantonment Railway station. It is not a very old mosque having been built in the year 1981 by Mr. Mohammad Abdulla Basha in memory of his father late Abdul Khader, who was a leading industrialist of the city.
The prayer hall has a capacity of 2125 people who can offer prayers at the same time. There are three doors each being 16 feet wide in this hall on northern, southern, and eastern sides. There is capacity of 1980 musallis on the first floor also. There are three staircases, 2 on the eastern side and one on the southern side to allow for easy movement of the people.;
Cantonment Railway Quarters, Benson Town
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560046
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