Jami Masjid At Cambay
- Built in the year 1325 A.D.
- Judging from the appearance, it is probable that local artisans were reinforced by a group of artisans from Delhi to build this structure.
- The sanctuary of the mosque is having an enclosed facade with a screen of arches.
- The shape and position of the arches, the masonry consisting of alternate broad and narrow courses and the overall architectural treatment is reminiscent of the architectural style of Delhi under the Khalji dynasty.
- The arrangement of pillars inside the archways of the facade borrows from the Ajmer type of mosque.
- The pillars have been enriched by an engrailed arch similar to one found in temples, a motif which later figures prominently as the flying arch within the central openings of mosque facades in Gujarat.