Saher-ki-Masjid, the “Mosque of the City” was the Gujarat Sultanate’s royal family and nobles’ private mosque. Covering 56 X 40 metres in area, it was built using a mixed Indian trabeate [pillar and beam] and Islamic arcuate [column and arch] style.

Saher-ki-Masjid, the “Mosque of the City” was the Gujarat Sultanate’s royal family and nobles’ private mosque. Covering 56 X 40 metres in area, it was built using a mixed Indian trabeate [pillar and beam] and Islamic arcuate [column and arch] style.

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