The Jama Masjid is a mosque constructed in 1612 AD, located close to the Killa Arrak in Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India. It is historically massive because it was built in very quickly after the foundation of Aurangabad by Malik Amber in 1610 AD. The mosque turned into later extended by means of Aurangzeb inside the year 1692 AD, it is one of the oldest mosques of Aurangabad which is still in exact circumstance.
The mosque changed into constructed through Malik Amber in 1612 AD, once he located the town Kharaki in 1610 AD, and whilst Malik Ambar died in 1626 AD, and succeeded with the aid of his son Fateh Khan who changed the call of Khadki to "Fatehnagar". When Mughals captured Daulatabad in 1633 AD, the Nizam Shahi dominions, including Fatehnagar, fell under the possession of the Mughals.
In 1653 AD, whilst Prince Aurangzeb became appointed the viceroy of the Deccan for the second one time, he made Fatehnagar his capital and referred to as it Aurangabad and constructed the citadel Killa Arrak close to the mosque, upon which the mosque felt inside the barriers of the fort walls expanding from Delhi gate to Mecca Gate. Realizing the architecture values of the mosque, Aurangzeb prolonged the mosque through constructing 4 Arches in the the front component in 1692 AD.