Hazrat Bal Mosque

Hazrat Bal Mosque is situated in the city of Vijayawada. This sacred mosque houses a holy relic of Prophet Mohammed, who is regarded by Muslims as the last messenger and prophet of God. This makes his souvenir one of the most highly honored among the Islams and the Vijayawada Hazrat Bal Mosque is graced with this token.

The Hazrat Bal Mosque authorities allow the devotees to view the relic only once a year. Such a occasion see huge number of pilgrims to this shrine of Hazrat Bal. The display attracts the people irrespective of caste, creed and religion who join the celebration with an open heart and complete devotion. The Hazrat Bal Mosque in Vijayawada is easily accessible from any part of the city by buses, taxis and auto rickshaws. One of the most sacred pilgrimages and travel attractions in Vijawada, Hazrat Bal Mosque is a must visit place.

Last Updated on: 9/05/2013



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