Apart from the Mushke mosque, there is a wooden mosque at Bagute which is also famous for carvings. The distinctive feature of this mosque is the fresco paintings found on the walls of verandah and the prayer rooms. “This mosque was built in 1960. All the community members contributed in the construction of the mosques”, said Molvi Ghaffar Khan. South of the mosque is situated an inn for the travelers. This wooden structure is accessed by a wooden stairs that lead to verandah. Guests and travelers used to stay in this building. Close to this building is an ablution area.
In addition to Bagute mosque, there is yet another imposing wooden mosque at Faruri village. This mosque is well known for intricate carvings. It is two storey building. The verandah arcade of the mosque opens to south and west. Both lower and upper arched verandah carries fretted panels on its top. The prayer hall is preceded by verandah with decorative pillars. The wooden stairs are laid to climb up the first floor. The most imposing feature of Faruri mosque is is the miharbs on both ground and first floor. The ground floor mihrab has geometric and floral designs. The miharb of upper storey depicts decorated arch in the centre flanked by vases. The corner pillars are most impressive which bears the floral designs. According to Sher Zaman of Darqali Bala this mosque is also built by mason Feroz Khan.
The wooden mosque at Darqali Bala is also renowned for the intricate carvings. This mosque also carries inscription bearing that the mosque was built in 1977 by mason Yarmanon. “The Mason Yarmanon also built many wooden mosques in Tangir valley”, told Hazart Khan. The arched verandah of the mosque has fretted panels. The central pillar of the prayer hall has most striking carvings. The mihrab of the mosque is also decorated. The floral designs predominates the available space. The red, green and white colours are used to paint the carvings.
The painted wooden mosques are the visual heritage of the Tangir valley. Except Darel, Baltistan and a few structures in Nagar, there is no other valley in Gilgit-Baltistan where one finds such splendid visual heritage. The concerened authorities should promote the visual and material heritage of Tangir valley by familiarizing the tourists with the visual heritage of the valley.