Indian green building council 2016 platinum award for Kundapur Badriya Juma Masjid

Searching for the latest news of Kundapur Badriya Juma Masjid? Do you know the name of world's first eco-friendly green mosque? Looking for the location of Kundapur Badriya Juma Masjid? Who constructed Kundapur Badriya Juma Masjid? What are the special features of Kundapur Badriya Juma Masjid? Continue reading this post to get answers to all your queries regarding Kundapur Badriya Juma Masjid.

Kundapur Badriya Juma Masjid is located in Kodi, Udupi district, Karnataka, India. This mosque was constructed by Sayyed Muhammed Beary, owner of Beary Business Groups located in Bangalore, Karnataka. Located in 2 acres opposite to Arabian sea, this masjid is considered to be worlds first zero energy eco- friendly green mosque. The construction of this mosque designed by architects Manoj and Sandeep based in Bangalore was completed in January this year and after that it was opened to devotees. Moulana Sayyed Mohammed Rabey Hasani Nadvi, AIMPLB(All India Muslim Personal Law Board) president from UP inaugurated the masjid. Lets check the special features of Kundapur Badriya Juma Masjid.


I have already mentioned that this is an eco-friendly green mosque.The greenness, wind, hot, cold and light from our nature is very well utilized in the construction of this mosque. Built in L shape, with an aim to divert the wind blowing from sea into the mosque, this is an eco- friendly masjid that attracts lots of devotees from different parts of India. In order to lower the atmospheric temperature, a beautiful garden full of trees(including coconut and date trees) and plants is maintained around the masjid. The roof top of this masjid is constructed in a slanting position. White china tiles that will reflect sunlight are fixed on the roof top. This masjid is constructed in such a way to get proper air circulation.

Other attractions include a 70 ft heigh minar. The construction of this minar is built in a good way so as to get good cold air from outside to the inner portions. Apart form this, there is a wind mill placed at the top of the minar for producing electricity from wind. The solar panels are placed in the terrace. About 6 kilowatt electricity is needed for this Juma Masjid built in 15,000 square feet. All lights are LED. The rest of the electricity produced by solar panels and windmills are given to Karnataka Electricity Board. About Rs 2 crore was spent for the construction of this mosque. Here the energy requirement is mainly met through hybrid renewable energy that is mainly in the form of solar and wind. In addition, the masjid is having facilities for storing rain water. There are seating facilities for 2000 persons. One can even see stylised Japanese, Arabic and Chinese languages on the walls of the mosque. Now there is a latest news regarding this eco-friendly mosque. I know your curiosity to know the details. So lets continue reading.

Latest news

Badriya Juma Masjid in Udupi has been awarded with Indian green building council 2016 platinum award. The prestigious award was presented to Sayyed Muhammed Beary in a function that was held in Mumbai last day. Now I guess after reading the information of Badriya Juma Masjid Udupi upto this point, you might be having a plan to visit the masjid. So the next information include the masjid address and the best ways to reach it.

Kundapur Badriya Juma Masjid contact address
Kundapur Badriya Juma Masjid
Kundapura -Tallur - Kollur Rd,
Karnataka 576283,

How to reach Badriya Juma Masjid Karnataka?

If you are a resident of Karnataka, then you can easily reach the masjid by traveling in car or train or even by bus. But for those from outside Karnataka, the only means of transportation is by flight or by train. After reaching airport or railway station, taxi services are available for reaching the destination. Lets check it.

  • By train: You can reach Badriya Juma Masjid in Udupi by train from other states. Here is the list of some nearby railway stations located close to Badriya Juma Masjid. Lets check it
  1. Kundapura railway station
    Railway station road,
    Karnataka 576211,
  2. Senapura railway station
    Railway station road,
    Karnataka 576211,
  3. Bijoor Railway station
    Railway Station Rd,
    Karnataka 576232,
  4. Byndoor Mookambika Road Railwaystation
    Karnataka 576214,
  5. Bhatkal railway station
    Gulme Abuzar Colony,
    Karnataka 581320,
  6. Udupi railway station
    Hayagreeva Nagar,
    Karnataka 576104,
  7. Murudeshwar Railway station
    Karnataka 581350,

  • By flight: The nearest airport to Badriya Juma Masjid Udupi in Karnataka is the Mangalore International Airport
  1. Mangaluru International Airport
    Karnataka 574142,

I am sure this Badriya Juma Masjid Udupi in Karnataka will be visited by lots of tourists from not only India but the whole world.

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