Rani Sipri’s Mosque in Ahmedabad

Discover the perfect blend of Hindu and Islamic architectural style of the Mosque

Discover the perfect blend of Hindu and Islamic architectural style of the Mosque | Photo credit: Wikimedia / Parthpateljalsa

Rani Sipri’s Mosque Overview

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Rani Sipri’s Mosque was built in 1514 by Rani Sapri, wife of Sultan Mehmud Begada, when he executed their son for some misdemeanor. Being a Hindu queen of a Muslim ruler, the mosque is a beautiful blend of Hindu and Islamic styles. This 50 feet high, 20 feet broad and 54 feet long mosque has beautifully carved interiors.

This mosque is also known as Masjid-e-Nagina or the Jewel of a Mosque due to its extremely graceful and well executed design. It is a treat for people who have interests in architecture. The jali work that includes flowing plants and trees is the prime attraction of the monument.

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South Eastern Part of Ahmedabad, close to Astodia Darwaza