Area: 4715 Sq. ft.
This mosque is located in the North western part of the town. Originally built with country bricks it has been repaired in modern times at certain places. Presently it is in a very dilapidated condition and has no roof over it.
The prayer chamber of the mosque measures 50 feet by 13.5 feet. A verandha is attached to it in its front, which is 8.5 feet wide but its front wall has collapsed and only a portion of it exists on southern and northern ends.
The mosque is built on a raised platform. The rectangular prayer chamber of the mosque has the usual arrangement of panels in the western wall. There is evidence of lime chiroli plaster on the wall which has disappeared with the ravages of time.
The mosque is believed to have been constructed by Amir Nasar and is named after him. It is therefore the earliest of the three ancient mosque at nasarpur.