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Close view of columns in Hindu style in the south-west corner of the Tanka Masjid, Dholka, Gujarat

Photograph of columns in the Hindu style in the
south-west corner of the Tanka Masjid at Dholka in Gujarat, taken
by Henry Cousens in the 1880s. The Tanka Masjid was originally
intended to be used as the Jami masjid or Friday mosque and was
built c. 1361 by Mufakhr Mufarrah. The interior dimensions measure
approximately 160 by 69 feet including two courtyards. Along the
back wall, there are three …