Baroduari mosque, located at a short distance of half a kilometer from Ramekin, is a colossal rectangular structure made from stone and brick. This mosque is arguably the largest monument in Gour and the meaning of its name is ‘Twelve Doors’—while the monument actually boasts of eleven gateways. This huge mosque measures 50.4 m. by 22.8 m in area and towers to a height of 12 m.
The construction of Baroduari mosque was initiated under the orders of Allauddin Hussein Shah and was brought to completion by Nasiruddin Nusrat Shah (his son), in the year 1526. Its Indo-Arabic architectural style and elaborate stone carvings are known all across the world and transform Baroduari mosque into an important attraction for locals and tourists alike.