Jamali Kamali Mosque is situated in the Archeological Village complex in Mehrauli, Delhi, India. It is one of the Mughal Era monuments comprises two monuments adjacent to each other. The mosque was built in 1528-29 with red sandstone with marble and shares its boundaries with Qutub Minar premises. Jamali Kamali Mosque has one mosque and one tomb of the two people named as Jamali and Kamali. Jamali means beauty and originated from Urdu word Jamal and also known as Shaikh Jamali Kamboh or Jalal Khan a well known sufi saint or sage. And Kamali was an unknown person but always joint with Jamali. Here is a the tomb is named after Jamali and Kamali as they both were buried together here.
Jamali Kamali Mosque has a beautiful park at its entrance gate which attracts children to play here at evening as it don’t have any entry fee. It has a prayer hall with a large courtyard in front with five arches having a dome.
It is prevalent that it is famous for its haunted stories related to Jinns that are believed to reside here. But the security guard is totally denying with these haunted stories and any other paranormal activity. He believes that the stories are just man made for their own entertainment.