when and by whom the following mosques were built. (1) begumpuri, (2) moth ki masjid and (3) jamali kapali.
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- Located near Aurobindo Ashram on Sri Aurobindo road in Begampur near Delhi, Begampuri Masjid is one of the largest mosques in the city. It was built by Khan-i-Jahan, the son of Firuz shah's Prime minister Muqbal Khan in the 12th century.
- Moth Ki Masjid is a heritage building located in Delhi, and was built in 1505 by Wazir Miya Bhoiya, Prime Minister during the reign of Sikander Lodi (1489–1517) of the Lodi dynasty. It was a new type of mosque developed by the Lodis in the fourth city of the medieval Delhi of the Delhi Sultanate.
- The Jamali Kamali Mosque, built-in 1528-1529 during the reign of Babur and positioned in an enclosed garden area, is built in red sandstone with white marble embellishments in the Archaeological Village complex in Mehrauli, Delhi.
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