Mosque, to the east of Sultan Ghari. Located 4.9 km west of Qutb Minar and 1.4 km southeast of the village of Mahipalpur, on the south side of the Mihrawli Road. Grid ref. D-12, Ill. 28b.
This mosque, five bays long and two bays deep, has a cross-vaulted ceiling and a flat roof. From the remains in the vicinity, the courtyard was originally surrounded by a wall, and it is likely a small gateway was located on the eastern side. It was built in the early part of the Slave Dynasty and is said to have been repaired by Firuz Shah Tughluq. It is situated around 70 m east-south-east of the tomb popularly known as Sultan Ghari (T-1, Ill. 73-74). Its walls completely collapsed sometime between the survey carried out in 1959 and the supplementary survey in 1962 (see Photo 6). Period Ⅱ.
IOC:Ⅸ-3; cf ASI:Ⅳ-106.

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