The mosque or masjid is a representation of Muslim art in its simplest form. The mosque is basically an open courtyard surrounded by a pillared verandah, crowned off with a dome. A mihrab indicates the direction of the qibla for prayer. Towards the right of the mihrab stands the minbar or pulpit from where the Imam presides over the proceedings.
The tomb / Maqbara usually consists of a solitary compartment or tomb chamber known as the huzrah in whose centre is the cenotaph or zarih. This entire structure is covered with an elaborate dome.
The tomb of a Muslim saint is called a dargah.
Ajmer Sharif is the maqbara of sufi saint Moinuddin Chishti also known as Khwaja Gharib…