Begambur Big Mosque, an altar worked more than 300 years prior, was one of the three mosques worked by Hyder Ali in Dindigul. Arranged in Begambur, this mosque and the surroundings are named in the memory of Hyder Ali's sister. Amid his stay in Dindigul, Hyder Ali had fabricated a mosque for himself, one for his officers and one for general society and had even allowed stores for the support of the mosques.
After the demise of Ameer-un-Nisha Begum, the more youthful sister of Hyder Ali and spouse of Killedar MirRiza Ali Khan, in 1766 AD, her body was brought here and covered in the premises.Being the more well known mosques, a considerable measure of vacationers come here to see the tomb of Ameer-un-Nisha and to offer petitions at the place of worship. This mosque has two transcending minarets and a basic Namaaz region.