The White Minaret is a stone tower and landmark remaining close to the Aqsa Mosque in Qadian, India. It was developed under the heading of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, the originator of the Ahmadiyya development particularly as a light pinnacle symbolizing a definitive prevalence of Islam. The minaret has three phases, 92 stages, and an aggregate tallness of around 105 feet, 32 meter. Its development was finished in 1916 and has since turned into an image and particular stamp in Ahmadiyya Islam. The minaret includes on the Ahmadiyya hail and furthermore in the development's significant distributions. It is delegated a recorded landmark.
As indicated by Ghulam Ahmad, this prescience was satisfied with his approach in Qadian, a town arranged straightforwardly toward the east of Damascus, and the noteworthiness of the minaret was representative. Reference to a white minaret, as per him, symbolized the expansive spread of the "light" of Islam, and furthermore suggested that with the happening to the Messiah, reality of Islam was to tower up figuratively speaking like a minaret to a stature of distinction which would build up its prevalence over different religions, like how the sound of a call from on a lifted stage, for example, a minaret beats different sounds.