Hafiz Ahmad Khan Mosque

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Coordinates: 13°03′11″N 80°16′25″E / 13.053128°N 80.27348°E / 13.053128; 80.27348 Hafiz Ahmad Khan Mosque is a mosque situated in the neighbourhood of Chepauk in Chennai, India. The mosque was constructed in 1818 by Hafiz Ahmad Khan, a Carnatic court official and younger brother of Bahram Jung who constructed the Bahram Jung Mosque. The mosque is situated next to Vivekanandar Illam.

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  • S. Muthiah, ed. (2008). Madras, Chennai: A 400-year record of the first city of Modern India. 1. Palaniappa Brothers. p. 125.