Rani Rupavanti's Mosque
23° 01' 54.29'' N, 72° 35' 01.43'' E

It is located north-west of the Delhi gate and comprises of mosque and tomb of Rani Rupavati. It dates perhaps to the reign of Muzaffar Shah I, (A.D. 1511-1526). The mosque on the basis of style may be placed between Bibi Achyut Kuki's and Rani Sipri's mosque. It is a mixture of arcuate and trabeate style. It has a highest central arch flanked by minarets and two other arched openings. It carries three domes corresponding to three entrances on the façade.