Jama Masjid Gulbarga is Mosque positioned in Gulbarga City, Karnataka, India. It is regarded as one of the pleasant examples of mosque architecture in South Asia. The arches design of Jama Masjid Gulbarga reflects within the interiors of Spanish Mosque of Hyderabad, India. These are only mosques in India that have interiors just like the Great Cathedral–Mosque of Cordoba in Spain. Jama Masjid Gulbarga become built by using Mohammed Shah I to commemorate Gulbarga because the capital of the Bahmani Sultanate.
The Bahmani dynasty changed into based by means of Ala al-Din Hasan Bahman Shah, a Bahmin's servant on the court docket of Muhammad bin Tughluq. The Bahmanids mounted themselves in Gulbarga as soon as the Delhi Sultanate began losing its maintain. The Jama Masjid Gulbarga does not have minarets. Built within the Gulbarga Fort is a unique mosque with a big dome and smaller ones as gildings. It has a massive dome on the west side and middle-length domes on the 4 corners of the mosque, which seems very beautiful to see.