MULTAN: September 14 – A view of the sixteenth century AD architectural masterpiece, Sawi Masjid at Kotla Tolay Khan, stands restored since April 2017. Except, however, for the fact that hard struggle by officials could restore the Persian poetry on its tiles’ panels only partially. Historian Ahmad Nabi Khan says:”The first historic mosque which still exists, though much renovated, is the Sawi Mosque, built by Nawab Saeed Khan Qureshi, a noble from Mughal Emperor Akbar. However, another research says,”It was built in 906 A.H/1500 A.D during the last days of Lodhi rulers by two Muslim builders Ustaad Ahmad and Ustaad Syed Ismail al Hussaini, son of Jeeven Multani. (Match the picture with story slugged “Historical Sawi Masjid is conserved but Persian poetry still missing partly” already been released). APP Photo by Tanveer Bukhari

APP83-14 MULTAN: September 14 - A view of the sixteenth century AD architectural masterpiece, Sawi Masjid at Kotla Tolay Khan, stands restored since April 2017. Except, however, for the fact that hard struggle by officials could restore the Persian poetry on its tiles' panels only partially. Historian Ahmad Nabi Khan says:"The first historic mosque which still exists, though much renovated, is the Sawi Mosque, built by Nawab Saeed Khan Qureshi, a noble from Mughal Emperor Akbar. However, another research says,"It was built in 906 A.H/1500 A.D during the last days of Lodhi rulers by two Muslim builders Ustaad Ahmad and Ustaad Syed Ismail al Hussaini, son of Jeeven Multani. (Match the picture with story slugged “Historical Sawi Masjid is conserved but Persian poetry still missing partly” already been released). APP Photo by Tanveer Bukhari
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