Mosques in Mangalore

A mosque is more than a position of love. Muslims love, ponder and talk about Islam, and do numerous different things in a mosque and its mixes. In the Mangalore, many mosques are utilized as community centres. They are likewise used to educate about Islam. Religious celebrations and social events are held in mosques.

Masjid Al Takwa Mangalore

‘Takwa Masjid’ was inaugurated at Pumpwell on February 7, 2008. Mahammad Ali Siyab Tangal of Panakkad inaugurated and blessed the masjid. Located in Siri Chenappa Poojary Ln, Pumpwell, Mangaluru, Karnataka 575007.

Jamia Masjid Mangalore

Jamia Masjid Kudroli has been constructed in light of the Mughal structural model, having a striking likeness to the eminent Delhi Jama Masjid. The masjid has 134 ft minarets to run with an appealing vault and long circular segments. Jamia Masjid, refers to the weekly Friday noon congregation prayers of Muslims, Jummah, which are usually done in a mosque, the “congregational mosque” or “jāmia’ masjid”.

Ullal Darga

The Ullal darga acclaimed for Uroos reasonable has a fascinating history behind its quality. Situated around 10 kms from the core of the city the darga is effortlessly open by transports, auto-rickshaws ans taxis. Many miracles have been credited to this saint and to this day, people from all communities come to Ullal mosque to seek his blessings.