Katra Masjid is a mosque in Murshidabad. It is situated in the north eastern side of the city of Murshidabad, in the Indian territory of West Bengal. Its significance lies not just as an extraordinary focus of Islamic adapting yet additionally for the tomb of Murshid Quli Khan, who is covered under the passageway staircase. The most striking component is the two expansive corner towers having escape clauses for musketry. At display it is kept up and rotected by the Archeological Survey of India and the Government of West Bengal. Murshid Quli Khan on achieving maturity, communicated his want to build his tomb nearby a mosque. He depended the duty regarding developing the mosque to his trusted devotee who was a designer, Murad Farash Khan . It is said that Farash Khan was exceptionally desirous of the Hindus.