The historic Qutub Shahi Mosque has five domes. It is built on the Sultani and Mughal architectural features of Bengal. Historians differ on the date of construction of the mosque. Some say it was built in the 16th century, but most historians believe it was built in the 16th century. . The mosque is named after the famous saint Qutb Shah. The tomb of this saint is located next to the mosque. This rectangular mosque is 48′-11 “in the north-south and 26′-11” in the east-west. Its cornice is more curved than that of the Chau-Chala house in Bengal. There are 3 Sultani arched entrances on the east wall and 4 on the north-south side. There are 3 arches on the west wall as opposed to the entrance on the east wall. In 1909, the government declared the mosque protected antiquity.
How to get there:
It is best to go by train. Leaving Egarasindu Prabhati (closed on Wednesday) at 8 am every day for Kishoreganj. Get up and go down to Kuliyarchar. Kuliyarchar can also be reached by BRTC bus from Sayedabad Tisha and Gulistan Fulbaria. Those who want to become Bhairab will go down to Bhairab and go to Kuliyarchar by CNG. The rent will be 50 rupees per person. He got down from Kuliyarchar and took a rickshaw to the launch ghat. From here the launch leaves Ashtagram every day at 8 am, 8 am, 9 am, 11 am and thus till 3 am. It will take 3 and a half hours. Then you can go to the historic Qutub Shahi Mosque by renting an auto from Ashtagram Thana or Dak Bungalow for 10 Taka. You can stay with the government post bungalow and stay with permission.