Rani Rupmati's Mosque
Situated North of the city, Rani Rupmati's mosque was built between 1430-1440 AD. The fa,ous mosque was built by Sultan Mehmud Beghara who also named it after his Hindu wife, Rupmati.
There are three domes inside the mosque supported by pillars. The central dome is slightly elevated and lits up the mosque with natural light. The mosque is an example of synthesized Hindu and Muslim architecture.
Although the mosque has beautifully carved dome supported by 12 pillars, at the central hall, it lost its minarets in the earthquake of 1818. The ceiling inside the dome is decorated by Hindu style patterns. The prayer hall also depicts example of finest carvings and aesthetic designs.