Kevada Masjid in Champaner, Gujarat, India (2) - A UNESCO World Heritage Site
Kevada Mosque has two minarets on both the sides of the central arched entrance that have eye-catching carved niches that are filled with geometrical and floral and patterns. Originally the mosque had three domes built above the double storeyed main prayer hall but the largest central dome has since collapsed. The complex also comprises of a well, tank for ablutions and a few ruined brick structures.The square cenotaph located in front of the mosque has fluted central dome and four corner domes.
Kevada Mosque is part of the Champaner-Pavagadh Archaeological Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site