Bawaman Mosque likewise, Bava Man's Masjid is a mosque in Champaner, western India. It is arranged on the western side of one of the antiquated city's fortress entryways, inside the Champaner-Pavagadh Archeological Park of Gujarat. The mosque is named after Bawaman or Bava Man, who was venerated as a holy person in Baroda. Bawaman was an adherent of Sadan Shah, whose tomb is revered inside the Kalika Mata Temple at the summit of Pavagadh Hill, which is likewise inside the Archeological Park.
The mosque was worked amid the season of Mahmud Begada, just like a few different masjids in the territory, for example, the Jama, Kevada, Ek Minar, Khajuri, Nagina, and Shahar Ki. While numerous basic components are worn or harmed, the Archeological Survey of India ASI revealed in 1985 that rebuilding work was in advance, for example, expelling dead lime solid material from the rooftop, and additionally resetting free stones in the curves.
ASI reports of 2006 demonstrate that broad rebuilding works of numerous legacy landmarks were completed at the Bawana Mosque and furthermore at the Jami Masjid, post dividers, Kevada Masjid, Lila Gumbaz ki Masjid, Sikandar Shah Tomb and Sikander tomb, which brought about a slight increment in vacationer activity to the destinations. Based on a raised stage with a high plinth, its highlights incorporate a minaret which emerges over the trees, three expansive vaults, three mihrabs on the back divider, and three curved doorways. There are likewise bathing tanks near the building.