Shah Jahan's Mosque is housed within the inner courtyards of the Dargah Sharif. Made of white marble, the edifice has a 30.5 metres long and narrow court having a low arcade. The sanctum has delicate carvings with trellis works. Featuring 11 arches, the mosque has been constructed in typical Mughal architectural style. Having a height of 41 metres, the mosque is topped by a beautiful marble dome. It is believed that the marble for building the dome was extracted from the same mines from where marble for Taj Mahal was extracted. Built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, the mosque is green and white coloured.