Odathil Palli Odathil Mosque is a 200-year-old mosque in Thalassery, a city in the province of Kerala, South India. The mosque was worked around 1806. In the core of Thalassery stands the 200-year-old Odathil Palli and the Garden Mosque. The site of the Odathil Palli used to be a sugarcane garden of the Dutch.
Moosakaka, a Muslim Keralite, was the temporary worker of the East India Company. Moosakaka hailed from the Keyi group of Thalassery. The Keyis were among the noticeable merchants of the time. Moosakaka was viewed as extremely genuine and reliable. Thus, the organization needed to remunerate him for his reliability. According to his demand, he was given the Dutch sugar cultivate. Musakaka purchased this land at a little cost, as he didn't need it free.
Odathil Palli is a goal that visitors and voyagers come to see. The features of Odathil Palli are that it has the run of the mill Kerala engineering, and it is in the core of Tellicherry. The crown on the rooftop is made of gold. The mosque is still being used for love today. The masjid has for the most part three passageway. Initial one is through principle entryway close Thalassery old Bus-stand. Next one is through Logans Road, and third is the passage through terrace of the building which associated with OV Road.