Jama Masjid - Junagadh

‪‎Jama Masjid‬ was originally a palace Ranakdevi, and was converted into a mosque by Muhammad Begada to commemorate his victory over Junagadh in 1470 AD. Inside the mosque there is a small staircase that leads to the terrace from where we will get a splendid view of both the city of Junagadh and also the Girnar hills in the distance.
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Jama Masjid‬ was originally a palace Ranakdevi, and was converted into a mosque by Muhammad Begada to commemorate his victory over Junagadh in 1470 AD. Inside the mosque there is a small staircase that leads to the terrace from where we will get a splendid view of both the city of Junagadh and also the Girnar hills in the distance.

Jama Masjid‬ was originally a palace Ranakdevi, and was converted into a mosque by Muhammad Begada to commemorate his victory over Junagadh in 1470 AD. Inside the mosque there is a small staircase that leads to the terrace from where we will get a splendid view of both the city of Junagadh and also the Girnar hills in the distance.

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Jama Masjid‬ was originally a palace Ranakdevi, and was converted into a mosque by Muhammad Begada to commemorate his victory over Junagadh in 1470 AD. Inside the mosque there is a small staircase that leads to the terrace from where we will get a splendid view of both the city of Junagadh and also the Girnar hills in the distance.

Jama Masjid‬ was originally a palace Ranakdevi, and was converted into a mosque by Muhammad Begada to commemorate his victory over Junagadh in 1470 AD. Inside the mosque there is a small staircase that leads to the terrace from where we will get a splendid view of both the city of Junagadh and also the Girnar hills in the distance.

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Jama Masjid‬ was originally a palace Ranakdevi, and was converted into a mosque by Muhammad Begada to commemorate his victory over Junagadh in 1470 AD. Inside the mosque there is a small staircase that leads to the terrace from where we will get a splendid view of both the city of Junagadh and also the Girnar hills in the distance.

Jama Masjid‬ was originally a palace Ranakdevi, and was converted into a mosque by Muhammad Begada to commemorate his victory over Junagadh in 1470 AD. Inside the mosque there is a small staircase that leads to the terrace from where we will get a splendid view of both the city of Junagadh and also the Girnar hills in the distance.

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Jama Masjid‬ was originally a palace Ranakdevi, and was converted into a mosque by Muhammad Begada to commemorate his victory over Junagadh in 1470 AD. Inside the mosque there is a small staircase that leads to the terrace from where we will get a splendid view of both the city of Junagadh and also the Girnar hills in the distance.

Jama Masjid‬ was originally a palace Ranakdevi, and was converted into a mosque by Muhammad Begada to commemorate his victory over Junagadh in 1470 AD. Inside the mosque there is a small staircase that leads to the terrace from where we will get a splendid view of both the city of Junagadh and also the Girnar hills in the distance.

Jama Masjid‬ was originally a palace Ranakdevi, and was converted into a mosque by Muhammad Begada to commemorate his victory over Junagadh in 1470 AD. Inside the mosque there is a small staircase that leads to the terrace from where we will get a splendid view of both the city of Junagadh and also the Girnar hills in the distance.

Jama Masjid‬ was originally a palace Ranakdevi, and was converted into a mosque by Muhammad Begada to commemorate his victory over Junagadh in 1470 AD. Inside the mosque there is a small staircase that leads to the terrace from where we will get a splendid view of both the city of Junagadh and also the Girnar hills in the distance.

Jama Masjid‬ was originally a palace Ranakdevi, and was converted into a mosque by Muhammad Begada to commemorate his victory over Junagadh in 1470 AD. Inside the mosque there is a small staircase that leads to the terrace from where we will get a splendid view of both the city of Junagadh and also the Girnar hills in the distance.

Jama Masjid‬ was originally a palace Ranakdevi, and was converted into a mosque by Muhammad Begada to commemorate his victory over Junagadh in 1470 AD. Inside the mosque there is a small staircase that leads to the terrace from where we will get a splendid view of both the city of Junagadh and also the Girnar hills in the distance.

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