Sixty Dome Mosque & Ayodhya Moth
The Sixty Dome Mosque (Bengali: ষাট গম্বুজ মসজিদ Shaṭ Gombuj Moshjid) is a mosque in Bagerhat, Bangladesh. It is a part of the Mosque City of Bagerhat, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is the largest mosque in Bangladesh from the sultanate period (1352–1576). It was built during the Bengal Sultanate by Khan Jahan Ali, the governor of the Sundarbans. It has been described as "one of the most impressive Muslim monuments in the whole of South Asia.
Ayodhya Moth Temple was built by a Brahman in the 17th century but is not standing the test of time very well. It’s near a village named Ayodhya, about 10 km or so north of Bagerhat. This is a Hindu Moth (though it doesn’t look like a regular Hindu temple) locally known as Kodla Moth as it is located at the village Kodola. The approximate height of the Moth is slightly above 18 meters.
It is totally unknown these days about the builder of this Moth. It had a nearly destroyed inscription around it whose meaning is still unsolved these days. Scholarly people are guessing this as an edifice of the 16th or 17th century.