The capital city of Delhi has the world’s largest mosque, with 1,958 mosques in India, but the number is not always in line with the country’s population.
In India, there are more than 300,000 mosques and shrines across the country, which are divided into different sections.
Some are for worshiping Muslims, while others are dedicated to Hindus, Sikhs and Buddhists.
There are also a few smaller, smaller mosques in rural areas and a handful of mosques that are mainly used for weddings.
The main mosque in Delhi, known as the Dharamshala mosque, is in the north-west of the city, about 10 kilometres (6 miles) from the city centre.
The main temple, known by the official name of the Durga temple, is at the outskirts of the Indian capital.
Its name is derived from the Hindu goddess Durga, who is also the patron goddess of agriculture.
On Friday, the city was celebrating Durga Puja, or the Hindu festival of milk.
Some of the smaller shrines, such as the Chittagong temple, are located in residential areas.
In many places, the most popular mosques are in rural villages.
In the city of Ahmedabad, the main mosque, which is located in the northern suburbs of the capital, is a mosque that is popular for weddings and other religious ceremonies.
Ahmedabad is one of the most cosmopolitan cities in India.
It is home to more than 200 million people, who can travel anywhere in the world by air.
A large number of mosques in Ahmedabad have been built in recent years, but not all of them are located within the city itself.
Another popular mosque in the city is the Meerut Masjid, also known as Al-Masjid Al-Kharama, or The Masjidian Mosque.
It was constructed in the 1920s, and the site has become a popular spot for weddings in the past.
In a number of places in the capital of Delhi, there is also a mosque for Hindus and Sikhs.
The largest mosque in Uttar Pradesh, the Taj Mahal mosque, has more than 2,500 worshippers.
It was built in 1925, and is located at the entrance to the temple grounds.
It is the most important religious building in the country.
At the foot of the hill overlooking the Taj, there also are other mosques, such the Meershanpur and the Shatabdi mosques, which have more than 1,500 congregants.
While there are a number more than a dozen mosques in the cities of Delhi and Mumbai, they are mostly used for religious ceremonies or weddings.
Among the most famous mosques in Delhi are the Kumbharwad temple, the Mahabodhi Temple and the Ashram Jyoti.
The number of Muslim shrines in India has grown significantly in the last few decades.
According to a 2011 report by the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation, the number of religious shrines grew from 2,904 in 2002 to 1,719 in 2016.
Maintaining a large number, such that many Muslims can attend prayers at one mosque or temple, can help them maintain their religious identity.