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This place is Situated in old Ahmedabad- near railway station
The place is famously know as Jhoolta Meenara by locals..
it's Twin towers are and the history says that if one tries to shake one tower, the other tower will also shake with it, hence...More
Situated in old Ahmedabad (Amdavad).
Also called as Masjid e Nagina, and confused by Siddique mosque which is near by (3/4 kms).
Nicknamed as Jhoolta Meenara by Auto drivers and locals..
Twin towers are worth watching. underlying technique of building them is still unknown to...More
Its situated on the midst of old Ahmedabad, right on the main road. The place is marvelous sample of Islamic architecture. It seems to be used as a residence for may be care takers. Hence, is loosing its heritage value.
- Located at sardar patel road, this mosque was built in memory of a hindu queen . The architecture of the mosque has lots of similarities with famous Sayeed Jali and gives an important insight about Islamic architecture in medieval times.
Rani Sipri's Mosque stands tall among the many beautiful mosques in the lovely city. The widened road with its BRT system has not affected the character of the place once you are in.
Seat peacefully and soak in the tranquility of the place.
Rani Sipri Masjid is a medieval mosque in the walled city of Ahmedabad, Gujarat in India. This mosque was commissioned in 1514 by queen Sipri, the wife of Mahmud Begada, a Sultan who ruled Gujarat. It is also known as Masjid-e-Nagina (Jewel of a mosque) because of the intricate jali carvings on its...More
Rani Sipri mosque and tombs is well worth a visit for the architecture alone. In a busy part of central Ahmedabad, you don't go here for silent contemplation as the traffic noise is deafening, as it is everywhere in central Ahmedabad.
The main feature of...More