Mughal Idgah, Dhanmondi, Dhaka City
One of the earliest dated Mughal monuments in Dhaka is the Idgah, built in 1640 by Mir Abdul Qasim, the Dewan of prince Shah Shuja. A Persian inscription set over the central prayer niche recorded the date of its erection.
The screen wall on the west, with a series of mihrabs, has been extensively repaired and the perimeter walls of the remaining wings have been reconstructed in 1988.
One can start his journey for the monument from Lalbagh Fort by any kind of motorized vehicle.