Based on an old fable, Toli Masjid is also called as Damri Masjid and is a famous mosque in Hyderabad. Located at a distance of 2 km from the well known Golconda Fort, this Masjid was built during the rule of Abdullah Qutb Shah by Mir Musa Khan Mahaldar.
Declared as a heritage site, this Masjid holds an important position after the Mecca Masjid. Based on Indo-Islamic style, this mosque is regarded as the finest example of the ancient architectural style and incomparable craftsmanship. Built on a raised base, it is separated by two halls. Both the halls open out with five ornate arches. The central arch is larger and is more decorated than the remaining four arches.
Being open on all days, this mosque attracts the attention of a large number of visitors. Two 20 meters high minarets adorn this Masjid on both the sides. On all major festivals, devotees in large numbers get together and pay their respect at this holy place.