Rani Sipri's Mosque additionally called Rani Sipri ni Masjid or Masjid-e-nagina, previously known as Rani Asni's Mosque, is a medieval mosque in the walled town of Ahmedabad, Gujarat in India. This mosque was commissioned in 1514 by way of queen Sipri, the wife of Mahmud Begada, a Sultan who ruled Gujarat. It is likewise referred to as Masjid-e-Nagina due to the difficult jali carvings on its partitions. The mosque is known as after the Hindu queen of Sultan Mahmud Begada, Rani Sipri.
The queen commissioned this mosque in 1514 A.D. Whilst her husband executed their son for some misdemeanor. After her death, the queen changed into buried in this mosque. Inside, there's additionally a Jenana, a separate vicinity for girls to worship. The Jali display paintings that includes flowing vegetation and timber is the top enchantment of this monument. Similar difficult Jali paintings may be visible in different Islamic architectural monuments within the metropolis like Siddi Sayyed Jali and Sarkhej Roza.