Ahmed Shah Mosque in Ahmedabad

Named after Sultan Ahmed Shah, this is one of the oldest mosques in Ahmedabad

Named after Sultan Ahmed Shah, this is one of the oldest mosques in Ahmedabad | Photo credit: Wikimedia / Archiraul88

Ahmed Shah Mosque Overview

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Constructed in the year 1414 and named after its founder and the founder of the city of Ahmedabad, Sultan Ahmed Shah, this mosque is one of the oldest and most beautiful mosques in the city. Black and white marble has been used to make the prayer halls of the Ahmed Shah Mosque, which contains a separate chamber for women. Located southwest of the Bhadra Fort and initially serving as a private chapel for royalty, today, the mosque is a popular tourist destination owing to its great architecture.

  • Opening Closing Time 5 am to 8 pm on all days of the week

  • Entrance Fee Free entry

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Location

Southwest end of Bhadra Fort, Ahmedabad; Lat: 23° 01' 21.72'' N | Long: 72° 34' 44.22'' E