The year of building it was made clear likewise when I said, Buvad khair baql ( = 935).1
The explanation of this is :
1st couplet: The poet beg:ns by praising the Emperor Babur under whose orders the mosque was erected. As justice is the (chief) virtue of kings, he naturally compares his (Babur's) justice to a palace reaching up to the very heavens, signifying thereby that the fame of that justice had not only spread in the wide world but had gone up to the heavens.
2nd couplet: In the second couplet; the poet tells who was entrusted with the work of construction. Mir Baql was evidently some nobleman of distinction at Babur's Court. The noble height, the pure religious atmosphere, and the scrupulous cleanliness and neatness of the mosque are beautifully suggested by saying that it was to be the abode of angels.
3rd couplet: The third couplet begins and ends with the expression Buvad khair baql. The letters forming it by their numerical values represent the number 03=!. thus :