The Atala mosque was built in the Sharqi style of architecture. Changes were only made on the outer part of the mosque. The inner walls and the pillars still hold the evidence of being a Hindu temple structure. The intricate designs on the walls and the pillars are amazing. A notable construction is the middle dome. The remarkable middle dome cannot be viewed from outside as it is obstructed by the presence of a 23 metres tall tower. The dome is 17 metres high. Archaeological Survey of India has enlisted Atala Mosque in their ‘List of Monuments’. It is protected and well maintained by them. It is a very significant historical site of both Hindus and Muslims.