The grandeur of the Qutb Shahi tombs is shielded by the majestic, landscaped gardens of Ibrahim Bagh. The styles of the tombs are perhaps, the most important reason why thousands of tourists flock the resting places of these Golconda rulers. One will be able to see Hindu, Persian, Pathan and Deccan styles of architecture. As a result, you will be able to spot the amalgam of the Indo-Saracenic entrances, Persian minarets, domed structures and intricately designed columns. However, one of the most impressive tombs belongs to the founder of Hyderabad, Mohammed Quli Qutub Shah and rises to a height of 42 meters and protected by a large dome. Inside, the tombs differ in size and number. Simple designs and geometrical symmetry are probably the only patterns that glaze his sarcophagus. Minarets and ornamental parapets complete the Islamic architecture and his tomb.
Jama Masjid (literally Friday Mosque), also known as Jami or Jumma Mosque, is the most splendid mosque of Ahmedabad , built in 1424 during the reign of Ahmedabad Shah I. Lying in the old walled city , the mosque is situated outside Bhadra Fort area, along the south side of the road extending from Teen Darwaza to Manek Chowk .