Pathrail Mosque is positioned in Bhanga Upazila at Faridpur District. It is 4 km south from Polia which is 8 km east through the Bhanga-Mawa high manner from 'Bhanga Square' associated with Faridpur-Barishal excessive manner from Faridpur District. Ancient Faridpur District turned into known as Fatehabad. In 1860 the district become named as Faridpur after the famous Shah Sheikh Fariduddin. Pathrail Mosque based by Mughal Emperor Ghiyasuddin Azam Shah among 1393 and 1410. Presently called 'Majlis Aulia Mosque' and soon ‘Awlia Mosque’.
Architectural design of Pathrail Mosque is similar to the Choto Sona Mosque and Bagha Mosque of Rajshahi and identified the Shahi dynasty by way of the Department of Archaeology, Bangladesh. Historical Pathrail Mosque is square fashioned. There are ten domes with same height arranged over the roof helping by using the inside vim. The roof is gently curved like nail. Five outlet doorways are within the east and two every inside the north and west aspect. Four pillars are within the nook to strengthen the wall and equal amount pillars are one at a time stand inner of the shape and divided the floor in aisles. Each wall is 2 m extensive and occupies 21.79 m x 8.60 m vicinity. Height is max 6.5 m. There are five Mihrabs confronted in the direction of the jap doorways at the alternative facet.