Mohabat Khan Mosque

Mohabbat khan Mosque was made in the period of Mughal Emperor in 1670 A.D. It’s named after Mohabbat khan, the Governor of Peshawa valley, who subsidized its development. Masjid Mahabat Khan, is the just structure that stands these days during a thin partner of the “Andar Shehar Bazaar” of the ongoing town, that helps to remember the brilliance the Mughal realm and furthermore their adoration for development, Specially the mosques. The masque was later remade by the Great British Government. The Masjid is available to traveler day and night, aside from all through the petitions timings and uncommonly the evening Friday supplications.

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