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The Architecture of Jumma Mosque
In 17th Century A.D. Sad-ad-ullah khan ruled Gingee during his rule he built a mosque near the pathway to Chakkarai Kulam, Chettikulam and Sri Anjaneya temple.

The entrance of Sd-ad-ullah khan's Jumma mosque was built with lime mortar and with arch and ornamental decorations. Even though the entrance is with measures of 2.50 meter. length, 2.10 meter. breath and 4 meter. height, it is in ruined condition.

The next one is rectangular shaped granite stage with measures of 12.25 meter. length, 9.65 meter breadth and 1 meter height on this stage, a mosque (worship place) facing towards east, has been constructed with mortar and bricks in the west side. It's measures are 12.25 meter. length 9.65 meter. height. But this mosque is in destructive condition.

On the Opposite side to this mosque, there is one burial ground/cemetery where dead bodies were buried. This cemetery architectures are preserved from further damages by the Department of Archaeology safely. 
Sad-Ullah Khan Mosque
On the left side of the first entrance of Rajagiri fort there is a path which faces East. Here, Sad-Ullah Khan's mosque is located. The Archaeological Survey of India conserves and preserves the mosque. This mosque is the place worship to Muslims during their rule. This mosque was built between 1717 and 1715 A.D. 




Mohammed Khan Mosque
Swaroop Singh, who belonged to Rajaput dynasty became one of the captains of the Moghal's armies. At the end ot 17th century A.D. Swaroop Singh was enthroned as a ruler of Gingee by the Delhi emperor. Desing was the son of the couple Swaroop Singh and his wife Ramabai.

Desing being a solitary player in his palace, Swaroop Singh felt that his son needs a suitable comparing to play with him. Therefore he selected and adopted Mohammed khan as a suitable intelligent friend to his son. Mohammed khan was the son of Palayakkar of valuthavaur.

Desing and Mohammed khan became friends. Later they practiced all royal sports and became well qualified for the kingship.

A Mosque facing towards East, adjacent to Kalyan Mahal (Rani Mahal) was built with lime mortar and bricks in the palace grounds as a worship place for his dear friend Mohammed khan.

The mosque of 7.70 meters in length, 6 meters in breadth and 12 meters in height is now in ruined condition and this is not appearing as a monument today.

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