mosque is indeed an outstanding architectural pattern of
Iranian grand mosques. Its high entrance, double-shelled
and very proportionate dome, the allocation of various
spaces,… reflect the Iranian artists’ talent, artistic
acumen and skills.
Its main structure, parts of which have remained, belonged to 12th
century A.D., however the present structure dates back to "Al
Mozaffar" period, in 14th century A.D.
The main parts of mosque are:
1- Main frontispiece (Eastern entrance)
2- Arched Threshold
3- East Prayer Hall
4- West Prayer Hall
8- Western Warm-House
9- New Jama'at Khaneh (Eastern)
14- New Library of the late Vaziri, which is a precious collection of
books and manuscript works.
One of the two minarets of Main frontispiece has two independent
pathways, so that two persons passing through them in opposite
direction cannot see each other.
Under the main portico, there are 110 variants of the sacred names of
God in "Mason's Kufic Script".
Various tessellated and painted tile works, Thulth and Kufic
inscriptions, tessellated plaster stalactites, masons' script, various
arches and vaults in this mosque are of high significance.