Rani Rupmati's mosque is located on the northern
side of the Ahmedabad city. The mosque was established by Sultan Mahmud
Beghara and was named after his wife Rani Rupmati. The special features
of this mosque are its impressive domes, carved galleries and tall minarates.
The prayer hall consists of exquisite carvings. The three domes are duly
supported by pillars and the one in the central position illuminates the
mosque with natural light. Small domes located in the front, rear and
at the centre rise in crescent like shape.The architecture of the mosque
is a combination of both Hindu and Muslim styles. The minarates of the
mosque were lost in earthquake. The tomb of Rani Rupmati is located next
to the main mosque. Also located close to the mosque are the mosque of
muhafiz Khan and Saiyad Usman Mausoleum.