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Mosque of Rohinkhed

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Location: Rohinkhed, Buldhana, MaharashtraYear: A.D. 1582

A mosque was built at Rohinkhed in 1582 by Khudavand Khan Mahdavi, a follower of Jamalkhan. It is now in a dilapidated condition. It bears an inscription of which only fragments are legible. It records the fact that the mosque was built in A.H. 990 (A.D. 1582) by Khudavand Khan whose generosity is praised. It is said to be second only to Kabah at Mecca in sanctity. The area surrounding Rohinkhed was once famous as a hunting ground where different game birds and animals were found.

Category: MosquesOwnership: Archaeological Survey of India
Reference: https://cultural.maharashtra.gov.in/english/gazetteer/BULDHANA/places_Rohinkhed.html
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