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Although the recent census records an increase (3.5% to 4.2% in 1991 and 2001 respectively), the Muslim groups and the common Muslims assert that the government officials intentionally did not record the exact Muslim population simply to undermine the existence of the large number of Muslim population (Open public discussion with local shopkeepers and residents at Jama Musjid Chok, Nepalganj and individual interviews, 2009 and 2010).
His small "Imperial Assemblage--Native Chieftains in Front of the Jumma Musjid on the Occasion of the Viceroy Entering Delhi" (Collection of the Marquess of Lansdowne) is an atmospheric and evocative rendering of the events of 1877, that far surpasses Prinsep's monumental canvas.
Viewed from this standpoint, the rock temple of the Brahmans stands on precisely the same footing as the Buddhist Vihara, and the Mohammedan Musjid as the Christian Cathedral....
1859 Sir Joseph Hawley, a man given to pontifical lectures on the evils of gambling but very happy to have huge bets on his own behalf, wins about pounds 75,000 when his Musjid, trained by George Manning and ridden by `Brusher' Wells, gets up close home to win the Derby from Marionette.
Until recently, the last twenty or so years, internal politics of Indonesia could largely be conceived as a struggle between the Musjid (Mosque) and the Istana.
On July,8 Birthday Conference of Hazrat Ali (RA) will be held at Jamea Musjid & Imam Bargah Al-Hussain F-Il Islamabad.