Tombs of Queens of Ahmed Shah
23° 01' 21.78'' N, 72° 34' 44.21'' E

The tomb of Queen's Ahmed Shah, locally known as Rani Ki Hazira is set in an open courtyard, which stands imposingly on a very high plinth, with pillared galleries. It has an exquisite screened window separating the outer corridor from the outside. The tomb stones of marble inside the courtyard are superb examples of carving. This is believed to have been executed in A.D. 1445.