Akhundji Mosque. Located north of Mihrawli village, about one km west of Qutb Minar. Grid ref. F-12. Ill. 35c.
The mosque measures 8.8 m by 5.3 m and is three bays long and one bay deep, with a flat roof. The courtyard is surrounded by a low wall, with a gateway on the northern side. ASI reports the existence of an inscription over the central entrance dated 1270 A.H. (1853-54) recording that repairs were carried out by a man called Akhundji (i.e. teacher). This has now been lost. Period Ⅱ.
IOC:Ⅸ-56; ASI:Ⅲ-135.

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