Thursday, 14 September 2017 01:51

Siddhi Sayyed Mosque is a Demolished Hindu Temple

On 13th Sep 2017, Indian PM Narendra Modi and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visited the popular Siddhi Sayyed Mosque in Ahmedabad. However, very little people know that the Siddhi Sayyed Mosque in Ahmedabad is actually built over a demolished temple. Built over a temple in the year 1573 by the Gujarat Sultanate, the structure does not have the Mihrab pointed towards the Kaaba. Every Mosque's Mihrab has to compulsorily face towards Kaaba. Temple Pillars, Idols resembling Lord Krishna and various elements from Vedic Temple Architecture prove that the Siddhi Sayyed Mosque was built forcibly over a temple. Moreover, none of the type of mosques ie hypostyle mosques, four iwan mosque, centrally planned mosques, contemporary mosques  permit idols since Idol Worship is Blasphemous in Islam. Thus proving that the Siddhi Sayyed Mosque was originally a temple which was captured and by the Gujarat Sultanate

Published in Reclaim Temples