Bhodesar Mosque is located in Nagarparkar, Tharparkar District, Sindh, Pakistan. Bhodisar Masjid is Located at the foot of the Karoonjhar Mountains. It is built entirely in chaste marble by Mahmood Shah bin Muzaffar Shah bin Ghiyasuddin the ruler of Gujrat in 1505 AD / 880 A.H.
The length and width of the mosque is 30 feet. The walls, floor and pillars is consisting of large marble stones. It is a domed structure with an influence of Hindu and Jain architectural style and decoration. The central chamber is approximately square in plan. The dimensions on each side are about 9.2 meters (30 ft.). The central chamber is hold by marble columns and beams.
There is also the historic cemetery located in the courtyard of the mosque. In which are graves made of stone.
At the back of the mosque in the foot of the hills, there is a Bhodesar Lake, which fills up with water after rain.