Located on the western embankment of the Thakur Dighi. This small mosque is roofed with nine low hemispherical domes, which are carried on four slender stone columns. It has arched entrances on all but the west facade. The western wall or the qibla wall has three mihrabs, the central one being the largest. Chain-and-bell terra cotta motifs decorate the center of each mihrab. The round corner towers are faceted by eight bands of molding and the outer walls have tall vertical panels terminating in pointed arches below the curving cornice.
Ahmed, Nazimuddin. 1989. The Buildings of Khan Jahan in and Around Bagerhat. Dacca: University Press Limited, 43.