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Class/Subject: 9th Class English
Chapter Name: Sultan Ahmad Mosque
Board: Federal Board
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FBISE 9th Class English Chapter 7 Sultan Ahmad Mosque Short Questions Answers
Ahmad started the construction of the Blue Mosque in 1453 to 1923.
The construction was completed in the reign of Mustafa.
A heavy iron chain hang there so that the Sultan had to lower his head every time he entered the court in order not to get hit and also as the symbolic gesture, to ensure the humility of the ruler in the face of the divine.
The royal room is situated at the south east corner.
Sultan Ahmad is also known as the Blue Mosque because o the blue tiles that embellishes its interior.
The royal architect Sedetahr Mehmat Agha was appointed as an architect of the mosque by the Sultan and also in-charge of the project.
A heavy iron chain hangs in the upper part of the court entrance on the western side. This site was meant for the Sultan alone. The chan was put there, so that the Sultan had to lower his head to lower his head every time he entered the court. It was the symbolic gesture, to ensure the humility of the ruler in the face of the divine.
The interior of the mosque is embellished with blue tiles which gives its interior an attractive look.
Madrassah was for the students who came to acquire Islamic knowledge and religious education and the hospice was for the needy and the insolvent.
Hagia Sophia mosque constructed by an Ottoman caliph.