The Jama Masjid, the neglected mosque inside Uparkot Fort, was changed over from a royal residence in the fifteenth century by Gujarat king Mahmud Begada and has an uncommon roofed yard with three octagonal openings that may once have been secured by vaults. It’s a disgrace about the spray painting, however the sensitive mihrab (specialty demonstrating the bearing of Mecca) stonework and the woodland of segments are as yet staggering. From the rooftop, the city sees are great.

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