This mosque, as well as Kamal Maulah Masjid, consists of the west prayer room surrounding a large courtyard, and corridors on three sides. It shows similarities to mosques remaining in Dhar and Mandu dating back to the early 15th century. Judging from a remaining inscription, it is viewed as being built in 807 AH (1404/5) by Dilawar Khan. What is specially important in this mosque is the darwaza (gate), having a square plan and cronwned by a dome on the east side. Its majestic structure and style are outstanding among the early mosques remaining in Dhar and Mandu. (Matsuo Ara)

This is a structure that Dilawar Khan Ghori converted from the palace of Raja Bhoja, named Raj Martand Palace, into a mosque. Outside the east gate of the mosque, there remains an iron pillar of about 6 metres in height, which is considered to have been either a victory pillar for Bhoja or a flaming torch. It is called RatIron pillar.
(Naoko Fukami)