Rani Sipri's Mosque is situated in the south-eastern piece of Ahmedabad. This mosque was worked in 1514 AD by Rani Sipri, spouse of Mehmud Begada. The engineering of the mosque is a mix of Hindu and Islamic style. This mosque is otherwise called the Masjid-e-Nagira or 'gem of a mosque' because of its outline.
The mosque has minarets that delineate the blend of Hindu and Islamic design styles. The mosque is 50 ft high, 20 ft wide and 54 ft long, with inside cut delightfully. Jali work rules the mbellishment designs in whole mosque alongside the cutting of streaming plants and trees. For ladies, a different territory for adoring called Jenana is built.