The same is a relic of the Safavid era and is located in the Peyqambarieh Avenue of Qazvin. Within the mosque is a covered area with an arched ceiling constructed of brick. The cornices on the surrounding walls and ten columns in the centre are made of marble. The cornices in the higher sections are to the width of half a meter; these have been worked with tiles. In centre of the second arch is an altar adorned with sacred names. The altar has been adorned further with vaulted and plasterwork.
There is a polished marble slab affixed to the center of the altar. This slab displays the impression of an immense palm, (of the hard) known as Panjeh Ali (AS). The other sections of the mosque are white washed.