Grand Jamia Mosque Bahria Town Lahore Pakistan



Bahria Town Lahore’s Grand Jamia Masjid displays 48 ancient Quran collections over 1000 years of age. It is the third-largest mosque in Pakistan and the fourteenth largest mosque in the world, with a capacity of 80,000 worshippers.

It was inaugurated on Eid al-Adha on October 6, 2014, designed by Nayyar Ali Dada. It can accommodate 25,000 worshipers inside, while a total of 80,000 can be accommodated in the courtyard and corridor leading to the main halls of worship.

Badshahi Masjid, Wazir Khan Mosque, and Sheik Zayed Mosque are shaping the architecture, with construction costs of more than 4 billion rupees (or around $39 million).


The design consists of four minarets, each 165 ft tall, and the main dome surrounded by twenty smaller domes. For 4 million handmade Multani tiles, the ground is coated. The interior is furnished with custom-made carpets imported from Turkey and manufactured from Iran by more than 50 chandeliers.

One of the floors is an Islamic heritage museum with rare Quranic collections, an Islamic library, and also an Islamic art gallery with various ancient artifacts. More than four million handmade Multani mosaic tiles cover the mosque’s floor.


The foundation of the entire structure is 20 feet above the ground, with the rooftop rising to 80 feet and the Grand Dome mounted in the middle flanked by 20 smaller domes. The towering minarets, 165 feet tall, mark the ends of the whole building.

The mosque contains 6 wooden doors in arched form and then brightens you with views of white chandeliers, mosaic tiles, and impressive beauty frescoes. The Dome Center is the crown jewel of this wonderful piece of craftsmanship. Take the height of 40 ft. and spread 50 ft.

Interior And Exterior Of The Mosque

The indigenous architecture is woven into entirely local materials that reflect the true essence of Indo-Islamic architecture with a rich mixture of modern elements. The main structure is made of “Brick Gutka” made of special “Multani Mitti” to avoid saltpeter that is commonly found in Lahore Bricks.

The brick building was heavily painted with colorful glazed tile mosaic sculpture, shown in geometric shapes and floral patterns. It was built to be a 6.6 million architectural marvel combining contemporary as well as traditional Islamic artistic styles. The exterior is covered by Greek and Italian white marble, while the interior is decorated by Islamic calligraphy. The craftsmen placed 4.5 million handmade ceramic tiles, which alone took four years.


The octagonal-shaped minarets stand at 165 ft. majestically high and are a beautiful exhibit of craftsmanship. The base of each minaret has 4 arch-shaped wooden doors painted in vibrant colors with elaborate mosaic paintings that rise to the top of the structure. Each minaret has “Sheesham” wooden balconies and the rooftops are cupola-shaped canopies.

Landscaped Courtyard

Designed in the typical “Charbagh” style, the landscaped courtyard is a Persian-style garden layout seen in many of the Sub-Continent’s great mosques. The quad-shaped garden is divided into four sections, with a beautiful water fountain in the center through four walkways.


This mosque has now become one of the Islamic World’s greatest icons. This mosque offers 25,000 people indoor worship facilities as well as the world’s 7th largest mosque. Thanks to its immense size, this mosque is also a source of attraction for visitors and people like the Faisal Mosque in Islamabad and the Badshahi mosque in Lahore.

Bahria Town has acquired and brought these ancient Qurans to Pakistan from all over the world. To see the unique collection of exquisite Qurans, you can now visit the mosque.

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