Qutub Meenar (27 jain & Hindu Temples destroyed and resused). Proofs are still there.
Riverside part of the Fort of Akbar. Jain Temple sites.
Fatehpur Sikri - (lot of jain temples and idols were destroyed in the whole area - even till today some idols are recovered by ASI and kept in some unknown places- not in the museum)
(i) Several Mazãrs. On ruins of Jain temples.
(ii) Masjid (1491). Jain Temple site.
Bodhan- (i) Deval Masjid. Converted Jain temple.
(i) Jãmi‘ Masjid (1321). Brahmanical and Jain temple materials used.
(i) Jãmi‘ Masjid in Uparkot. Jain Temple site.
(ii) Masjid at Mãî GaDhechî. Converted Jain temple.
(i) Solãkhambî Masjid. Jain Temple materials used.
(ii) ChhoTî Masjid. Jain Temple materials used.
(iii) Dargãh of Pîr Lãl Shãhbãz. Jain Temple materials used.
Munra or MunDra, Seaport built from the materials of Jain temples of Bhadreshwar which were demolished by the Muslims; its Safed Masjid which can be seen from afar was built from the same materials.
(i) Jãmi‘ Masjid (1325). Jain Temple materials used.
(ii) Mazãr of Umar bin Ahmad Kãzrûnî. Jain Temple materials used.
Rander, The Jains who predominated in this town were expelled by Muslims and all temples of the former were converted into mosques. The following mosques stand on the site of and/or are constructed with materials from those temples:
(i) Jãmi‘ Masjid.
(ii) Nit Naurî Masjid.
(iv) Khãrwã Masjid.
HIsaar: Jahãz Mahal. Converted Jain Temple.
“No ancient Hindu or Jain buildings have survived at Bijapur and the only evidence of their former existence is supplied by two or three mosques, viz., Mosque No. 294, situated in the compound of the Collector’s bungalow, Krimud-d-din Mosque and a third and smaller mosque on the way to the Mangoli Gate, which are all adaptations or re-erections of materials obtained from temples. These mosques are the earliest Muhammadan structures and one of them, i.e., the one constructed by Karimud-d-din, must according to a Persian and Nagari inscription engraved upon its pillars, have been erected in the year 1402 Saka=A.D. 1324, soon after Malik Kafur’s conquest of the. Deccan.”
(i) Jãmi‘ Masjid. Jain Temple materials used.
(i)Alnavar, Jãmi‘ Masjid. Jain Temple materials used.
(ii)Dharwad, Masjid on Mailarling Hill. Converted Jain Temple.
Gandhawal, Graveyard inside the village. Jain Temple materials used.
Dhar- Lãt Masjid (1405). Jain Temple materials used.
Ajmer - Adhai Din Ka Jhopra- How can one built such a good building in 2.5 days- it is reused materials of some jain temples. Proofs are still there.
Kota- Shergarh, Fort of Sher Shãh Sûrî. Brãhmanical and Jain temple materials used
Bhilwara- Mandalgarh, Alãi Masjid. Converted Jain Temple.
Tiruparankunram, Sikandar Masjid on top of the Hill. Stands admist ruins of Brahmanical, Buddhist and Jain temples.
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