Ahmed Shah's Mosque
23° 01' 21.72'' N, 72° 34' 44.22'' E

This old mosque was a private chapel for the royal house hold. The mosque situated in the Bhadra citadel was meant for offering prayers by the king and his nobles. An Arabic inscription assign its construction to sultan Ahmed Shah I in A.H. 817 (A.D. 1414). Its represents the earliest architectural style of its class in Ahmedabad. Modelled after Jami Masjid of cambay, it is characterized by lofty stone pillars, brackets, beams and corbelled ceiling of regional style. The ornamental treatment of the buttress on both sides of the central archway anticipated with spiral minarets of the sultanate mosques of Gujarat.