Adhai Din Ka Jhonpra is a mosque in the Ajmer metropolis of Rajasthan, India. It turned into commissioned by means of Qutb-ud-Din-Aibak, on orders of Muhammad Ghori, in 1192 CE. It became completed in 1199 CE, and further beautified by using Iltutmish of Delhi in 1213 CE. The mosque changed into built on the remains of a Sanskrit college, with substances from destroyed Hindu and Jain temples. It is one of the oldest mosques in India, and the oldest surviving monument in Ajmer.An early example of the Indo-Islamic architecture, most of the constructing changed into built by Hindu masons, under the supervision of Afghan managers.
The web site is now maintained by the Archaeological Survey of India.The web site of the mosque turned into at the start a Sanskrit college building commissioned by means of Vigraharaja IV, a king of the Shakambhari Chahamana dynasty. The authentic building changed into rectangular-fashioned, with a tower-chhatriat each nook. Temple dedicated to Sarasvati turned into positioned at the western side.