It is a beautiful mosque located near busy Vizhinjam fishing harbour. It is at a distance of 3 km from Kovalam, in the district of Thiruvananthapuram in Indian state of Kerala. It is situated at the edge of a cliff overseeing the Arabian Sea. The place is blessed with the presence of three main religions, and they are–Hinduism, Islamism and Christianity. Thus, it is quite natural that the place if stuffed with several Hindu, Christian and Islam religion based emblems. There are a number of temples here and at the same time you will see a few Churches and Mosques in Kovalam. One of the famous mosques of Kovalam is Kovalam Juma Masjid, which was constructed in the year of 1813, when India was under the colonial rule. Initially, the mosque was small and it was mainly constructed for the prayers of the Muslim soldiers in this part of the country.