Rani Rupavati's Mosque, Ahmedabad
Rani Rupavati's Mosque, Ahmedabad - Address
Address: Mirzapur, Khanpur, Ahmedabad, Gujarat 380001
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Mosque, Religious Site, Family And Kids, Architecture
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About Rani Rupavati's Mosque, Ahmedabad
The mosque was built in 14th century by Mahmud Begada in the memory of Rani Rupavati who was his begum. Among all the things the place is known for, it is its architecture that holds the major importance. The beautiful domes complemented by slim and long minarets provide its imposing figure with an elegant touch which is very admirable and soothing to eyes. The interiors of this place are no different either. The galleries of the mosques are adorned with various intricate carvings reflects its spiritual essence and propel one to stop by for a whole lot to take in. A beautiful melange of two cultures, the mosque represents the unified endeavours of the renowned architects of that time. A must visit in Ahmedabad.
Rani Rupavati's Mosque Information
- Wear modest clothing and cover your heads.
Rani Rupavati's Mosque Ticket Prices
- Entry is free.
How To reach Rani Rupavati's Mosque by Public Transport
- By Bus: Ahmedabad Gram Station
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Rani Rupavati's Mosque, Ahmedabad Reviews
Very cool place. Great monuments. Proud architecture of one of the best carving in stone. I love very much.
Great architecture. Gem structure of world heritage city ahmedabad. Cool and calm place. Must visit.
One of the peaceful & holy place in Ahmedabad. Marvellous world heritage. Wonderful architecture. Mind blowing carving.
Rani Rupvati Masjid is the 16th century monument of the Ahmedabad city. This mosque is built with the yellow sandstone, which is the mkst common material in the entire Gujrat state for making the giant structures. Hauz e Wazu, Pillars, Tombs, Mehrab are very beautiful and worth to see. It hase some Hindu motifs in the stone carving, which indicates the influence of Hi du motifs in the making of Mosques. So, a place which is Indo-Islamic architecture. Rani Rupvati was the queen of Qutubuddin Ahmedabad Shah, 3rd King od Ahmedabad. When he died, she married again to his brother in law, i.e.Sultan Mehmud Shah Begada, 4th King of Ahmedabad.
Holy place for for paying oir salat