This mosque is located in the north-east corner of the Bhadra citadel. It belongs to the last years of independent Gujarat Sultanate. The monument was built in A.D. 1572-73 by Shaikh Sayyid Sultani a nobleman at the time of Sultan Muzzaffar III. This small incomplete but magnificent mosque has become world famous for unique semicircular tracery windows, adorning the upper zones of the side and back walls. The two on the western wall, symmetrically designed carry an exquisitely naturalistic patter which is unparalleled elsewhere in India, eight others windows have square grid-pattern workmanship.
23° 01' 37.35'' N, 72° 34' 51.78'' E