The Eidgah mosque is where the Mughal aesthetic meets classical Multan (or, for that matter, Central Asia). This 18th century mosque breaks the traditional Mughal mould by incorporating brilliant turquoise tiles, that have been updated at various stages in the last 300 years. The Eidgah is now under the custodianship of a notable lineage of Qadiri Sufis of Multan.

Categories & Keywords
Category:Travel and Places
Subcategory:Middle East
Subcategory Detail:Pakistan
Keywords:Mosque, Multan, Punjab, Southern Punjab