Mosque Drawing Easy Step by Step For Kids/Beginners

Today we will draw a picture of a mosque. Mosque drawing is very easy for beginners and kids. Because, to make mosque drawing easier, we will make some easy steps for children to draw. So that children can easily draw pictures by watching the steps and also teach others. So let’s start.

A mosque, also called masjid, is a place of prayer for Muslims. Mosques are usually covered buildings but can be any place where prayers are performed, including outdoor courtyards. The first mosques were simple places of prayer for Muslims, and may have been open spaces rather than buildings.

How to Draw Mosque Easy Step by Step

Here is some very easy and straightforward step to draw the mosque.

Mosque Drawing Easy Step by Step

Mosque Drawing Requirement Materials :

Here are the materials we need to draw a mosque pictures.

  • White paper.
  • Pencil.
  • Pencil sharpener.
  • Eraser.
  • Tissue paper.

1. Draw the moon.

Mosque Drawing Easy Step by Step

First, take the drawing paper. Draw the margin evenly around the drawing paper. Then draw the moon with two curved lines very nicely. Leave the middle part of the moon blank.

2. Draw the stars.

Mosque Drawing Easy Step by Step

Draw three stars very nicely.The stars look like they are hanging from the moon by a rope.

3. Middle Part Of Mosque.

Mosque Drawing Easy Step by Step

At the bottom of the moon, we will draw the middle part of the mosque. Pull two lines upwards from the moon. Then on top of the line, make rectangular boxes. Make the dome above the box.

4. Draw the mosque on the left side.

Mosque Drawing Easy Step by Step

Make the big mosque entrance very beautiful. Draw a small mosque on the left side of the big mosque similarly.

5. Draw the mosque on the right side.

Mosque Drawing Easy Step by Step

Now draw the little mosque in the same way on the right side of the big mosque. Draw the two doors of the small mosque.

6. Draw the dome.

Mosque Drawing Easy Step by Step

Make domes on both sides of the mosque, in the same way. To draw the dome, first, draw two straight lines from bottom to top. Then draw the head of the dome. Draw the moon on the top of the dome. Make designs and windows in the center of the dome. Do the same work for the two domes.

7. Color the star.

Mosque Drawing Easy Step by Step

Color the stars dark black with a pencil. Give the color very nicely. Be careful that the color does not go outside the stars.

8. Color the mosque.

Mosque Drawing Easy Step by Step

We will make a very light color with a pencil on the upper part of the mosque. Then make the design inside the rectangular box. Make the designs by making small circles and boxes.

9. Color the door.

Mosque Drawing Easy Step by Step

Lightly color the door of each mosque with a pencil. Do not use very dark colors at the entrance. Give light color at the entrance looks very beautiful.

10. Color the moon.

Mosque Drawing Easy Step by Step

Give dark color to the lower part of the moon and light color to the upper part with a pencil After coloring the moon, Now we have completed the drawing. Very easily and step by step. If you draw step by step like us, you can easily draw any picture. So follow our tutorial.

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You must draw the picture of the mosque and send me your mosque drawing picture with the help of the link given below. I will definitely try to give your picture in my story.

Mosque Drawing Video Tutorial

Here is a video tutorial on mosque drawing. This video tutorial is very helpful for beginners. In this mosque drawing video tutorial, we explain every step of the mosque drawing slowly. So follow our video tutorial and draw a tree. Also not forgot to send your drawing😊.

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