Sarkhej Roza is a mosque in Ahmedabad in Gujarat state, India. It is otherwise called 'Ahmedabad's Acropolis' since its plan is regularly contrasted with the celebrated Acropolis of Athens. At first, Sarkhej Roza was an unmistakable focus of Sufi culture and where the Sufi holy person, Ganj Baksh lived. It was worked by Mohammad Shah in his respect. Dissimilar to different mosques, it doesn't have a curve formed passage yet a level rooftop with 10 level vaults and 120 columns instead.
Like numerous landmarks worked amid that period, the Sarkhej Roza intertwined both non-Indian and Indian standards of design. While the ringed vaults, the bounty of columns and sections can be guaranteed to take after the Islamic west Asian kind, a great part of the ornamentation and themes have Indian Hindu outlines.