Built In : 1671 CE
Style : Indo-Islamic Style
Constructed By : Mir Musa Khan Mahaldar
Timings : Monday - Sunday: 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Time Required : 30 Minutes
The Toli Masjid is a flamboyant mosque, situated in the suburban area of Karvan, located nearly 2 km away from the Golconda fort. The masjid is one of the many gorgeous memorials in Hyderabad.
It is a breathtakingly beautiful example of the architecture of Qutb Shahi. The Toli masjid is embellished by two minarets of about 20 meters on either side. It was constructed in 1671 by Mir Musa Khan Mahaldar, the known and renowned designer of Qutb Shah.
The frontage of the Toli Masjid comprises of five arches, each of which consists of lotus decorations in the spandrels. The main arch is somewhat broader and more elaborate. As per the regal records, the Toli Masjid is also called as Damdi Masjid.