Masjid India was originally built as a modest wooden structure in 1863. Since then it has been reconstructed and upgraded a number of times over the years and until now the building has finally remained as what it was last constructed in 1966.
The attractive part of the building is its southern Indian style with onion-domed cupolas and elegant arched windows. The three-storey mosque is the main place of worship for Kuala Lumpur‘s Indian Muslim. It has the capacity to accommodate up to 3,500 devotees, with separate floors for men and women.
Masjid Indian is located off Jalan Masjid India and is within distance walk from the Masjid Jamek LRT station.
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