Tucked behind the swanky Capitol Piazza stands the Masjid al Burhani. The mosque looks nondescript from the outside but step inside and its largely austere facade gives way to a beautiful prayer hall adorned with gilded Arabic inscriptions and ornate chandeliers. Photojournalist Desmond Lim has a rare peek into the mosque that is also the seat of the Dawoodi Bohra community here.
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