Ahmad Shah's Tomb, locally known as Badshah no Hajiro or Raja no Hajiro King's Mausoleum, is a medieval mosque and the group of tombs in Ahmedabad, India. Ahmad Shah's tomb is located near Jama Mosque and Manek Chowk. The mosque has the tomb of Ahmad Shah I, the founder of Ahmedabad in centre. It became completed with the aid of his son Muhammad Shah II 1442-1451 in 1414, and who's buried to his left. His grandson Qutb-ud-Din Ahmad Shah II 1451–1458 is buried to his proper.
The tomb of Ahmad Shah's brother is outdoor of the primary chamber. On Ahmad Shah's tomb plants and chadars are still presented. The mosque has the main square building with big central dome. There are four chambers at all four corners with smaller domes. The tombs are in centre. The chamber is lit with delicately carved stone monitors, Women are not allowed to go into, and men must cowl their heads before coming into. There also are tombs of some ministers laid throughout the road.