The Maqam Juma Masjid, in Alappuzha, is one of the most visited Muslim pilgrimage centers in Kerala. Being one of the oldest Mosques in the region, the Maqam Masjid always has a lot of devotees. The Masjid is conserved with minimal interventions, to maintain its heritage and cultural importance. In 2004, Sayyed Ali Baqqafi Thangal inaugurated the Jumua’h prayer in the Masjid. The Maqam Masjid is also the resting place of Sayyid Ahmed Mahdali Thangal. The roof structures, as well as the decayed timber elements, were conserved and a supplementary prayer area was added to increase the capacity of the Mosque.