A flamboyant little city on the outskirts of Ahmedabad, Sarkhej Roja boasts of its Mugal era through a cluster of elegant monuments. Most striking facets of this city are the tomb of Sultan Mehmud Begada and a lovely mosque. Sharkhej Roza is a best example for calculated town planning, where the spiritual, imperial and common worlds coexist without crossing the barriers with each other. The mosque, the tombs, the palaces and the common facilities like the pavilions, tanks, platforms feature the religious, royal and social planning of the city.
A renowned place with architectural grandeurs, the Sarkhej Roza displays an elegant excellent pierced stone trellises with out the use of arches. One of the monuments holds mausoleums of Saint Ahmed Khattu Baksh, of Emperor Mehmud Shah Beguda and his queen. Elegant buildings in the city show great influence of Hinduism than that of the Sarcenic style that was prevalent in Ahmedabad in olden days.