@This mosque are 5 spans in depth. There are total 19 entrances, including 15 large arches in the east front. The mosques has a large roof. In the central part of the roof, there is a dome supported by a drum. The south and north part of the domed roof are decorated by many small domes in 5 lines, corresponding to the spans. However, these domes cannot be observed very well from the front yard, as openwork battlements of cross arch patterns obstruct the view. The large dome is situated in the central part covering 3 spans in depth and width. Inside of the transitional part of the dome, cross-arches dating from the Timur architecture are employed.

@In the prayer room of 5 spans in depth, arches are supported by thick and round pillars. It is one of the distinctive features of the mosque. There are simple foil decorations at the top of the pillars. These decorations are rarely seen in mosques in the Medieval South Asian architecture. The name of the mosque, "Solah Khanb" means "16 pillars". This probably came from the 16 pillars used in 15 arch-shaped entrances on the east front. The central main prayer room has a large mihrab with simple minbar in the centre. The room shapes octagonal with squinch-shaped arches. In the upper part of the room, cross arches are employed and 24 apices are made. As the entire room is paited in white, the decorations look simple. There are battlements in the sides and back of the prayer room, although these parts shape flat. In the central part of the back of the room, there is a narrow staircase to the roof. To the southeast of the mosque, relics of Tarkash Mahal remain. In the frontyard, garden facilities such as waterway are observed. (Matsuo Ara)