Named after the Hindu wife of Sultan Mohmed Beghara, Rani Rupmati's Masjid in Mirzapur was built
between 1430 to 1440 A. D.
It has three domes supported by pillars with the central dome slightly elevated so as to allow
natural light into the mosque.
The mosque has richly carved minarets, balcony windows and perforated stone lattices. Its three domes are linked together
by a flat roof. However, the mosque and tomb of Rani Sipri at Astodia surpasses it for its planning, structural arrangement
richly carved minarets. Popularly known as Masjid-e-Nagina, this mosque is the most exquisite gem of Ahmedabad.
Rani Roopmati Mosque,