Tucked away amidst mud-brick houses this mosque is used today as a place of burial preparation, with coffins at various levels of completion littered around the interior. It was built in the nineteenth century by the Chief Minister at the time, Hasan Murad (or Sir Murad), whom we know had a younger twin brother due to his name; boy twins always being named Hasan and Hussein.
The mosque is now kept locked, but this does not deter local children who dare each other to creep in and who will no doubt offer you their services.