The Mosque of Bondar Abad (a part of "Sultan Complex Of Bondarabad") is at a distance of 36km from Yazd
, and is located in a village named Bondar-Abad. The structure of the mosque has a strong resemblance to the mosques of the 8th century AH. This means that the mosque courtyard is in the shape of a square with an area of 11m. x 11m. In its eastern and western section are two long nine meters wide porches.
It is built in such a way that the end of the porches are connected to the southern dome of the mosque from both directions. At the side of the altar, there is a pulpit with thirteen steps decorated with turquoise and azure tiles.