Mishkal Mosque is a medieval mosque situated in Calicut in the Indian province of Kerala. The mosque, one of the most seasoned in Malabar, is an essential social, recorded and building landmark in Kerala. The mosque was worked by a rich Arab vendor, Nakhooda Mishkal, in the 14th century. It is named "Mishkal Mosque" after him. Mishkal Mosque is situated in Kuttichira, a piece of Thekkepuram shoreline in Calicut. In 1510, the mosque was incompletely singed in a Portuguese assault. The best floors of the mosque still presentation a portion of that damage. Mishkal Mosque initially had five stories. It was recreated after the terminate in 1510 and now has four stories.
Typical for also matured mosques in Malabar, it has no domes and minarets and intensely utilizes timber. This totally wooden mosque is essentially stunning to see particularly from the opposite side of the tank. The enormous Kuttichira tank is connected to the mosque. The mosque has 47 entryways, 24 cut columns and a major petition corridor that can oblige 400 individuals. Vaults and minarets is by all accounts missing on the grounds that the mosque is assembled like a sanctuary. The petition corridor is all around ventilated and there is a wooden mimbar with lovely themes.