The cavernous entrance to Jama Masjid'sprayer hall is flanked by minarets.
Yeah, I'm as surprised as you are. There is indeed such a thing as a blue sky in Delhi. Apparently I came at a time just before the haze begins to be trapped by the winter cold. I read that in the newspaper. Who would've thought the newspaper in India would come in handy for anything other than a separation layer between my clean pants and a filthy sitting surface. Or for that matter, when stapled together, an inexpensive bag for Delhi's popcorn vendors. Or for that matter, when rolled up, a weapon to beat off Delhi's aggressive street cows and/or incorrigible rickshaw drivers.
A Muslim man stands just inside the main entrance to Jama Masjid's prayer hall.
I'm not exactly sure what that foreground structure is. It appears like a particularly high ornamental altar, the top of which is seen in the photo above.
A pair of Muslim men offer morning prayers towards Mecca in Jama Masjid's main prayer hall.
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