15. Mosque in Amir Pir
The white mosque with a dome is the highest edifice on the hilltop. It cannot be confirmed who built it and why? E.P. Delhoste visited the location on February 10, 1839. He submitted to the British Government his â€œHistorical Report on the Routes leading from Karachi to Jerrukâ€ on December 26, 1839. He makes little mention of Amir Pir and other constructions, but did not make description of the mosque.
It deduces from an old manuscript that when the Shiâ€™ite pilgrims perceived absolute foothold of the Ismailis in Amir Pir after the formation of the Jamatkhana, they built in their absence a mosque with a staircase leading to the cave in 1929 for restoring their dominance, but their plan was foiled. Quite possibly this is so.