Sultan Ahmed Shah mosque is a religious place for Muslims, which was constructed in 1414 A.D. by Sultan Ahmed Shah. Located towards the left side of the Bhadra Fort, this mosque is one of the oldest mosques in the city. The prayer hall of the mosque, which is known as Mehrab is designed using black and white marbles. For women, there is a separate worship chamber in the mosque, which is located towards the north east corner. This prayer room for women is popularly known as 'Zenana'. In the early time, this mosque was a holy place meant for the royal class only. It is believed that the mosque has been constructed on the site of a Hindu temple.
Off, Gandhi Rd, Manek Chowk, Ahmedabad, Gujarat 380001, India
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