- Bhadra Fort, Ahmedabad
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Bhadra Fort - Nearby Places
Besides Bhadra fort, tourists can also visit some historical places nearby the fort. Some of them are as follows −
Hathee Singh Jain Temple
Hathee Singh Jain Temple was constructed in 1848 by the wife of Sheth Hathsinh Kesarisinh. Dharmantha is 15th Tirthankara of Jains and the temple is dedicated to him. Currently the descendants of the same family manages the temple. The Bhadra Fort is 3km away from the temple.
Swaminarayan is a Hindu sect whose founder was Swaminarayan and whose first temple was constructed in Kalupur in Ahmedabad city. The statues of Hindu Gods and Goddesses are there in the temple which are decorated with beautiful dresses. The temple is around 3km away from Bhadra Fort.
Rani Rupmati Mosque
Rani Rupmati Mosque is located in Mirzapur, Ahmedabad. The mosque is also known as Rani Rupvati Mosque, Mirzapur Queen’s Mosque, and Masjid-e-Nagina which was built by Mahmud Begada during Ahmad Shah’s I reign. Rani Rupmati was the wife of Mahmud Begada. The mosque is less than 2km away from Bhadra Fort.
Sidi Saiyad Mosque
Sidi Saiyad mosque was built in 1573 by Sidi Saiyad who was an advisor in the group of Bilal Jhajar Khan. Bilal was a general of Muzaffar III, the last sultan of the Gujarat Sultanate. The architecture used in the construction of this mosque is Indo-Saracenic.
The mosque is popular for its windows or jalis. The mosque is less than 1km away from Bhadra Fort.
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