Posted by Muhammad Huzaiyed Bin Anwar (June 25, 2022)
Spending most of my childhood in this Mosque left a significant impact in my life.
Seeing many worshippers coming in to pray and attending religious classes, I felt that this place is blessed and ever so green.
I truly miss the kampung vibe of the Mosque most.
My late dad, Mr Anwar Ali supports most of the staff working in the Mosque and I felt that it was a great upbringing for me
My mum runs the kitchen in the Mosque for students to have food during their class break times and I recall food was always a great way to gather everyone and anyone!
p.s Because my mum is a great cook
Photos attached are for anyone who used to study or frequent the Majapahit Mosque and would like to get flashbacks of the tranquil environment of the Mosque
View in direction of HDB flats in background
Notice the open green field on the left (possibly the antenna field)
Side View - notice the large open green field on the right (possibly the antenna field)
1960 Apartment block for staff - located just before entrance to Jalan Majapahit
Jun. 2022: Yun Nahla
Found an interesting blog related to Jalan Majapahit Mosque.
Sep. 2022: Mardiana
Hi! I would really love to get in touch with the person who shared these pictures of the old Majapahit mosque. Please contact me via my email mardiananp at gmail.com. Thank you!
Sep. 2022: Hanafi Haris
Salam brother for the interesting post. I used to live there as a child and spent my childhood in that quarters. Majapahit mosque is my playground for any events i.e. Ramadhan, idul Adha etc...thank you for the memorable photos. Semoga Allah memberkhahi kamu sekeluarga. Allahumma Aamiin