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The Moti Musjid or Pearl Mosque, Agra, Hindustan
'The Moti Musjid or Pearl Mosque, Agra, Hindustan'. The Moti Masjid was built in the mid 17th century by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan. A print from The Faiths of the World, A Dictionary of All Religions and Religious Sects, Volume II, by Reverend James Gardner, A Fullarton & Co, London & Edinburgh.
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