Ahmed Shah's Mosque

Ahmed Shah's Mosque is a very attractive mosque of Ahmedabad that is located in the south-west end of the famous Bhadra fort. Ahmed Shah's Mosque is a very ancient mosque, built in 1414 AD by the founder of the city, Ahmed Shah. Ahmed Shah's Mosque in Ahmedabad is an exclusive mosque of the period built only for the nobles and the royal's place of worship. Ahmed Shah's Mosque in Ahmedabad is one of the ancient religious places of worship that is worth visiting.

Ahmed Shah's Mosque in Ahmedabad is a small mosque that was believed to be built on a site of a Hindu temple. It is further said that the ruler Ahmed Shah used a part of the Hindu temple to construct Ahmed Shah's Mosque of Ahmedabad.

The Ahmedabad Ahmed Shah Mosque is one of the oldest mosques of the city that still survived the ravages of time. You will find a large prayer hall or Mehrabs in the Ahmed Shah Mosque of Ahmedabad. The prayer hall of the Ahmed Shah Mosque is ornately designed with black and white marbles. Towards the north east corner of the grand edifice of Ahmed Shah Mosque on the first floor, there is a women chamber for worship called the 'Zenana'.

The Ahmed Shah Mosque at Ahmedabad is the earliest mosques in the city and a famous tourist spot at present. It is a major tourist attraction of the city. There is a beautiful garden in front of this ancient mosque of Ahmed Shah in Ahmedabad.