Pathar Mosque, known locally as Naev Masheed, is a Mughal era stone mosque located in the old city of Srinagar, in the Indian U/T of Jammu and Kashmir. It is located on the left bank of the River Jhelum, just opposite the shrine of Khanqah-e-Moula. It was built by Mughal Empress Noor Jehan, the wife of emperor Jehangir. The mosque has some distinct features that separate it from the rest of the mosques in the Kashmir Valley. Unlike other mosques, it does not have the traditional pyramidal roof. Furthermore, the mosque has nine mehraabs (arches), with the central one being larger than the others.

The Pathar Masjid is built of red sandstone and is known for its fluted minarets, which are attached to its back wall. The ceiling of the mosque rests on pillars that are decorated with floral designs carved in low relief. The ‘qibla’ (which points in the direction of Mecca) in the centre of the western wall is flanked on either side by two arched niches inscribed with verses from the Quran. On the basis of the style of architecture, the Masjid appears to have been built in the 17th Century AD.