Shah-e-Alam's Roza, Ahmedabad

Shah-e-Alam’s Tomb and Mosque, also known as Rasulabad Dargah or Shah Alam no Rozo, is a medieval mosque and tomb complex (Roza) in Shah Alam area of Ahmedabad, India.
Shah e Alam was the son of Hazrath Syed Burhanuddin Qutub-ul-Alam and the great grandson of Hazrat Syed Makhdoom Jahaniyan Jahangasht. Attracted to the court of Ahmed Shah I, his father settled at Vatva and died there in 1452. Shah e Alam succeeded his father and, till his death in 1475, was the guide of Mahmud Begada’s youth, and afterwards one of the most revered of Muslim religious teachers of Ahmedabad.

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10 Famous Indian Mosques

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A few Indian mosques are the epitomes of architectural brilliance. Sky-high domes, beautiful minaret, and artistic arches are some of the key features of these mosques. These places of high religious value have been made spacious for big gatherings and they are mostly open to common people. Here, you can find a list of the…