• Noor Mosque

    Noor Mosque is an ancient mosque situated at Manda Upazila, besides the west coast of Atrai River in Naogaon District. It was established during 1958-59, at the period of Afghan regime of Sura emperor Giyasuddin Bahadur Shah.

  • Laldighi Mosque

    The mosque is believed to be built in the late 17th to early 18th century. The exact date of construction is not known.

  • Taleb Mohammed Lodi Jamee Mosjid

    Historical Taleb Mohammed Lodi Jamee Mosjid, established at 1833. It was the first institute for Prayer and Education in Mathiura, Beani Bazar, Sylhet, Bangladesh, and was the only symbol of Mugol Architecture in this area.

  • Nakhalpara Sapra Mosque

    Situated on Dhaka Cantonment and Bangladesh Air Force land, Nakhalpara Sapra Mosque stands beside the Air Force officers' mess hall and quarters.

  • Baitul Falah

    Baitul Falah or Jamiatul Falah is the largest Mosque of Chittagong, Bangladesh. Its situated in an important place of Chittagong where the WASA (Water And Sewage Authority) headquarters for Chittagong is also situated.

  • Wali Khan Mosque

    Wali Khan Mosque is a 18th century mosque located in Chittagong, Bangladesh [1] It is situated in the Chawk Bazar area of the city.

  • Noyabaad Mosque

    Noyabaad Mosque is situated on the bank of the Dhepa river in village Nayabad in Ramchandrapur Union under Kaharol Thana of Dinajpur district. It is about 20 km to the north-west of the district town.

  • Momin Mosque

    Momin Mosque is located in Akon-bari, in the village of Burirchar, Mathbaria Upazila, under the district of Pirojpur in Bangladesh.

  • Star Mosque

    Star Mosque, locally known as Tara Masjid, is a mosque located in Dhaka, Bangladesh. It is situated at the Armanitola area of the old part of the city.

Waqf means the permanent dedication by a person professing Islam of any movable or immovable property recognized by Muslim Law as religious, or charitable purpose, and includes any other endowment or grant for the aforesaid purposes, a waqf by user, and a waqf created by a non-Muslim.

Waqf, in Arabic language, means hold, confinement or prohibition. The word waqf is used in Islam in the meaning of holding certain property and preserving it for the confined benefit of certain philanthropists and prohibiting any use or disposition of it outside that specific objectives. Therefore waqf widely relates to land and buildings. Moreover, there are waqf of books, agricultu­ral machinery, cattle, shares and stocks and cash money.More