Muhafiz Khan's Mosque
23° 02' 07.76'' N, 72° 35' 13.78'' E

It was constructed in A.D. 1485 as per the Arabic inscription on central mehrabs, in the reign of sultan Mahmud Shah I (A.D. 1458-1511) by Jamaluddin entitled "Muhafiz Khan" a nobleman of the court. This mosque introduced new design in the façade which is preceeded by three doors instead of large arched openings, with projected balconies hanging over each doorway. The mosque's other important features are two richly ornamented complete minarets at the ends, projected windows and richly carved mehrabs.