The Bibiji Masjid is credited to the mother of Ahmed Shah II. Gujarat has many mosques built by women and boy are they built to last.
The mosque is located in Ahmedabad’s Rajapur neighborhood, which was previously a suburb to the southeast of the medieval walled city. The structure was built around 1454 CE, according to an inscription.
The mosque is rectangular in shape, with its east side opening into a huge open space. There are five sections to the east facade. A magnificent gateway, flanked by two minarets, dominates the middle section. A smaller arched entrance flanks this on either side and a triple-arched portal flanks the facade on either end.
Credit to: @mosquesofindia
We used this as a backdrop for our Friday Reminder today (12-12-2021)