12Learning Outcomes To see some extraordinary images To listen specific informationTo understand the inside and outside of the mosqueTo ask and answer questionsGroup discussionTo describe the mosque individuallySynonyms+ Questions+ Information TransferHome Task
41Now, group leaders will speak about the mosque in 2/3 minutes
42Important Information Gambuj = Gombuj = Gunbad = Gumbad = DomeFounder = Ulugh Khan Jahan, TurkishAncient name of the city = KhalifatabadPresent name = BagerhatTime = Mid-15th CenturyNumber of Domes = = 81Number of Pillars = 60Doorways = = 25Mihrabs = 11Purposes = Prayer hall + Court of Khan JahanStyle = Mughal + Turkish (Tughlagh)UNESCO = United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization [ HQ – Paris, France]Recognition as a World Heritage = 1985
44Information Transfer 1985 360 77 Khalifatabad Sundarbans Who/What/Name Event/ActivityNumberWhen/TimeShat Gambuj MosqueWorld Heritagei)ii)Establishment as a Muslim colony15th centuryKhan Jahan AliMade mosques in Kalifatabadiii)Domes of the Shat Gambuj Mosqueiv)v)Became habitableDuring the reign of Nasiruddin Mahmud Shah1985Khalifatabad36077Sundarbans
45Answer the following questions Give the definition of Heritage.Heritage is what we inherit from the past, live with them in the present and then pass on to our children or future generation.What do you know about Khalifatabad?Khalifatabad was a historic Muslim colony situated at the outskirts of now Bagerhat town. The Turkish general and saint Ulugh Khan Jahan established the city.Khalifatabad was a distinct city. Why?Khalifatabad was a distinct city because it was dominated by Islamic architecture with a combination of Mughal and Turkish style. There was also a network of roads, bridges, public buildings and ponds to make the city livable.Why is the mosque unique?The mosque is unique because it has 60 pillars to support the roof with 77 low height domes. The mosque also has another 4 domes at 4 corner towers.