Star Mosque is a mosque situated in Armanitola zone, Dhaka, Bangladesh. The mosque has luxurious plans and is enhanced with themes of blue stars. It was worked in the principal half of the nineteenth century by Mirza Golam Pir. Star Mosque was first worked by Mirza Ghulam Pir, as a three-domed oval building. In any case, an over-energetic and passionate shipper named Ali Jan Bepari totally renovated and recreated it with to a great degree fragile and luxuriously hued tiles of iegated examples. Ali Jan has included the new verandah, that is specified in the presentation, on the east and spent extravagantly on bringing in Japanese and English beautified China mud tiles to enhance the inward and external show of the mosque.
It is currently a five-domed structure. In 1987, two vaults have been raised on an expansion toward the northern side with no regard to its artifact, design style, and improvement. Worked in the Mughal style by Mirza Ghulam in the late eighteenth century, this mosque was initially a straightforward rectangular mosque, estimating 33' x 11' with three entryways on the east exterior and one on the north divider and another on the south divider. Three vaults delegated the mosque, the focal one being the bigger. Towers emphasized the corners and the façades showed put board enhancement. In mid 20th century, Ali Jan Bepari financed its remodel when a front verandah was included. The surface was revamped in 'Chini Tikri', a well known broken china design.