Jama Masjid of Bijapur is a mosque in the Indian province of Karnataka. Otherwise called both Jamiya Masjid and Jumma Masjid, the mosque is one of the biggest mosques in South India. Aside from this, around 2,250 dark squares have been raised on the cleaned floor, for the admirers. It has been considered one of the main mosques in India and holds a duplicate of the Quran written in gold. In addition, this is the biggest masjid in the area and goes back to the time of Adil Shah. The onion molded vault of the masjid lays on the light emissions corridor, which are partitioned into 45 compartments.
There is a wellspring at the inside, numerous curves and rooms, a lobby and an arch with another 33 vaults encompassing it. The masjid additionally has 12 curves worked with 12 interleaving curves and a passage composed by Aurangzeb. The twin minarets of Jumma Masjid are finished with ious categorizes, and end in bulbous arches over the overhangs. In addition, petitions are still offered, both at the mosque and at the catacomb.