Shah Jahan Mosque is a masterpiece of Mughal construction located in the historic city of Sindh province. The mosque was built by Mr. Ahmed on order of Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in 1647.The foundation of the Mosque was laid in 1644 and completed in 1644, later the floor was paved with stone in 1657. Shah Jahan Mosque has no minarets unlike other Mosques and only one dome. The Mosque is a combination of Turkish and local artwork.
The Mosque has been in the list of UNESCO tentative Heritage since 1993 but has not yet archived official recognition.