Queen's Mosque in Sarangpur
23° 01' 22.43'' N, 72° 35' 44.86'' E

It was built of Malik Qiwam-ul-malik sarang a noble of sultan Mahmud Begada’s court, he was a Rajput converted to Islam. The mosque built during second half of the 15th century A.D. has five large domes, which are entered through five arched gateways. The central one is higher and richly carved. The two large sized minars stands on either side. The central mehrabs has a flat back.