¤ Another Name For God
Although Ujjain may be known for its Hindu temples and sacred rivers
making it an important Hindu pilgrimage, Muslim influences are also
apparent. The Jama Masjid is a recent construction which radiates its
presence in the centre of the town, not far from the Gopal Mandir.
The devotees of different religions tend to mingle well when destined
to their respective temples and mosques in this bustling market area,
acknowledging their faith in the supreme Power that controls this
gigantic machine called Universe.
¤ Bina Niva Ki Masjid
The Bina Niva ki Masjid is a late 14th century
construction and yet another house of god. Amongst the profusion of
ruined structures in Ujjain are Jain temples, although now rarely
visited for devotional purposes.
An invader from the Ghurid dynasty called Dilawar Khan Ghuri
destroyed one such temple in 1397AD and built a mosque over it. It is
now visited by a number of people asserting their faith in God.
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