Timings - Opening & Closing:
Monday - Friday: 6.30 AM - 7.00 PM ,
Saturday: 6.30 AM - 7.00 PM ,
Sunday: 6.30 AM - 7.00 PM ,
Public Holidays: 6.30 AM - 7.00 PM
Moti Masjid, situated in the heart of the city, is a beautiful shrine signifying the history of Bhopal Begums women in India. Commonly known as the Pearl Mosque, this shrine was constructed in 1860 by Sikander Jehan Begum of Bhopal, the daughter of Qudisiya Begum. Architecture of this mosque is more or less similar to the Jama Masjid in Delhi.
Standing majestically in brick red colour, this mosque features a white marble façade with two small cupolas on the top. On either side of the main building is a dark red tower adorned with bright golden spikes. Considered to be the gate to heaven on earth, these beautiful minarets are used for the call to prayer for the faithful followers of Islam.
This site is easily accessible from any part of the city by buses, auto rickshaws and taxis.