Bibi Masjid
21° 07' 18.33'' N, 70° 06' 52.04'' E

Besides the great Jami Masjid at Mangrol, there are several other buildings out of which two may be mentioned as of special interest. One is Bibi Masjid, situated outside the town walls of Mangrol on the north-east close to the tombs of the Shaikhs. It is partly built from old temple remains, while the façade is later added by Muslims, two ornamented arches, flanking the façade are particularly well- designed and decorated. A Persian inscription on the central mehrabs states that the mosque was built in A.H. 784 (1382-83 A.D.) by Quazi-ul-Qutb in the reign of Sultan Feroz.