The mosque located about 2,152 feet southeast of the great Shait Gumbad mosque, measures 40' - 9". This square single domed structure boasts 7' thick walls and has four rounded corner turrets with five bands of brick moldings. The cornices on all four sides gently curve, typical of the style locally known as the Khan Jahani style. On the eastern façade there are three arched entrances within a rectangular frame while the north and south walls are pierced with single entrance doorways. The central mihrab on the west wall, framed within a rectangular brick molding, is sparely decorated with terracotta rosettes and foliate motif.
Ahmed, Nazimuddin. 1989. The Buildings of Khan Jahan in and Around Bagerhat. Dacca: University Press Limited, 41.