Thought all the Mughal relics were in Punjab? Reconsider! The Shah Jahan Mosque – otherwise called the Jamia Masjid – is situated in Thatta, a town in Pakistan’s Sindh region. It’s broadly known for having the most detailed presentation of tile work in all of South Asia. Blue and sandstone hues embellish the inside of the mosque and make certain to wow all who visit.
The mosque was appointed by Shah Jahan when he looked for asylum in Thatta in 1647 and some way or another remaining parts fit as a fiddle today. In spite of the fact that Sindh may appear to be a long ways from the mountains, the impeccable creativity present here makes it one of the most delightful traveler puts in Pakistan.