Kevada Masjid is a rectangular shaped mosque, with a double storeyed main prayer hall. There is also a cenotaph nearby the mosque tank, where ritual ablutions are performed. The centre of the hypostyle hall has carved mehrabs and a large central dome. The mosque has a mausoleum, which is known for its unique ogival arches. The two minarets on the top have carvings of geographical and floral designs. There are windows in the mosque that are provided with pillared balconies. Originally, this mosque was built with three domes above the prayer hall, out of which the largest central dome collapsed years ago. There are ruined brick structures, a well and a tank for ablutions in the main mosque complex.
Champaner, Gujarat 389360, India