Thursday, February 14, 2013

Baitul Mukarram Mosque of Bangladesh

                  Bangladesh is a Muslim country with about 85 percent of the people. Bangladesh, Baitul Mukarram, the national mosque in Dhaka, located in the heart of the busy city. Baitul Mukarram most beautiful mosques, and one of the world's most beautiful mosques. It has been a big attraction. 27 January 1960, construction began.

       Mosque complex of shops, library, office and parking area included. The main prayer is an additional 26,517 square feet measured on the east side, which is 1,840 square feet with a mezzanine floor area there. Is surrounded by verandas on the side.

    Followers of the Islamic faith consider a     mosque to be the primary place of worship where Muslims gathers together for prayer. Mosques reflect traditional Islamic architecture and are recognized world-wide for their importance to the Muslim community. In addition to the importance mosques have with regard to worship and prayer, they also serve as places to learn about Islam and to meet fellow believers. With this in mind, it is clear that Baitul Mukarram, being the national mosque of Bangladesh, is of significant importance to Muslims in the area.

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