Rani Sipri's Mosque with its wonderful architecture and fascinating olden times is the most famous tourist attraction in Ahemdabad and also a place of well revered place of pilgrimage for local Muslims. It’s the most imperative holy spaces in Ahmedabad. This mosque is another blend of Islamic and Hindu styles of architecture, which was constructed by the queen of Hindu’s of the king from Ahemdabad, Rani Sipri. This Mosque was made to order by Rani Sipri belonging to Ahmedabad and tells lots and lots about the marriages that were inter-religious marriage tendency that become quite admired in the royalty of Indians for the facilitation of the political association. She was a Mehmud Begada’s wife who for an offense executed their son, after the death of Rani Sipri She was being buried in the premises of the mosque. It is another gem of the Gujarati architecture. Due to its symmetry and appealing decoration of the mosque it is ranked among the stunning monuments of Ahemdabad. The mosque is 50 feet in height, 54 feet long and 20 feet broad. The interior consists of intricately carved decoration, the ‘jali’ screen inside the Rani Sipri's Mosque have an eye-catching decoration of flowing plants and trees. There is also a separate area for womens to workship called, ‘Jenana’. At its close vicinity one can find another beautiful tourist attraction called the ‘Jhulta Minar’, this minaret is also known as the Shaking Minarets.
The Rani Sipri's Mosque is also well known as the Masjid-e-Nagina due to its well executed design which is extremely graceful. The Sultanates belonging to the regions relied actively on the Hindu political and military allies; they were more liberal in adopting Indian practices and making concessions to native tradition. The Muslim nobility in Gujarat treated the Hindu noble families with due respect and equality. This mosque and the other named Rani Rani Rupmati's Mosque are 2 of the most esthetically enhanced monuments of Ahmedabad that displays case the blend of Muslim and Hindu styles, marvelously.