Built more than 350 years ago, Jama Masjid remains the largest mosque in Delhi and is able to accommodate up to 25,000 for prayers. Situated on a hill in the old city, it’s one of the more popular tourist attractions in Delhi.
One of the people taking care of the mosque also looked after the large population of pigeons that flew around the minarets and dome. He provided a large amount of grain and water to feed them, and carefully looked after their grain with a hand broom, keeping it in a neat pile.
Pet-keeper of the mosque, so to speak.
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