Named after the Hindu wife of Sultan Mehmed Beghard, the Rani Rupmati's Mosque is one of the most exquisite attractions of the city of Ahmedabad
. Located north of the city center, it was built in an Indo-Sarcenic blended style between 1430 and 1440.
The Rani Rupmati's Mosque is popularly known as Masjid-e-Nagina and it carries three domes supported by 12 pillars. The central dome is slightly elevated so as to allow natural light into the mosque. Other features are a high central arch, slim minarets, carved galleries and a superb mihrab.
Next to the mosque is the tomb of queen Rupmati. Nearby points of interest are a 1465 AD mosque of Muhafiz Khan, the Saiyad Usman Mausoleum and the 16th century mosque of Hasan Muhammad Chisti.