It is mainly known for the splendid architectural structure which is further accentuated with the inclusion of splendid mesh commonly known as the Jali. This landmark mosque comprises of ten windows in semi circular patterns. Every year tourists pay a visit to this holy mosque to know more about the architectural craftsmanship of the medieval India. This mosque represents the perfect fusion of Indo-Islamic culture in every corner of its monumental structure.
This landmark mosque bears the architectural influence of Indi-Saracenic pattern in every portion of its structure. The front portion represents simple architectural style along with the two minarets that are positioned in either side of the mosque. The splendid mesh of these ten windows is made of stones that form the core attraction of the mosque. In the arch of the central window there is no Jali as it was not been able to be done by the architects of those time due to the invasion of the Mughal ruler in the state. This mosque is also flanked with many other miniature works of stone to lift up the majestic appearance before the spectators.