Moti MasjidDescription :
The Moti Masjid Mosque near Sadar Manzil was built by Qudsia Begum's daughter, Sikander Jahan Begum, in 1860. Similar in style to the Jama Masjid in Delhi, it's a smaller marble-faced mosque with two dark red minarets and gold-spiked cupolas.
Dhai Seedi Ki Masjid
Dhai Seedi Ki MasjidDescription :
Dhai Seedi Ki Masjid ("The Mosque of Two and a Half Steps"), one of the smallest mosques in Asia,is right across the road from Taj-ul-Masajid. It is on the campus of Gandhi Medical College. Dhai Seedi Ki Masjid is in one of the watchtowers. It is the oldest mosque in Bhopal city, initially built as a makeshift mosque during the construction of the Fatehgarh fort started by Dost Mohammad Khan. It was built so that the guards deployed at Fatehgarh Fort could perform Namaaz.
Shah Jahan Begum, Bhopal’s third female ruler, wanted to create the largest mosque in the world; In 1877 work started on Taj-ul-Masjid. However, it was still incomplete at her death in 1901, after funds had been diverted to other projects, and construction did not resume until 1971. Fortress-like terracotta walls surround three gleaming white onion domes and a pair of towering pink minarets with white domes, it is one of the largest mosques in Asia. The mosque is also used as a madrasah (Islamic school) during the day time.