The form and structure of this mosque are similar to mosques from the Ahmad Shah Dynasty. This mosque large-scaled, having one large central arch-shaped entrance and two arch-shaped entrances on both sides. While the basement of the central minar is decorated by rich patterns, the walls on either side have mostly no decorations. Like Jama Masjid, all the eaves on the roof are hemmed with battlements. Sculptures and lines of pillars inside of the prayer room are similar to those of other mosques, providing the unique atmosphere of mosques in Gjarat.
(Matsuo Ara)

 Qutb Shah (reign 1451-1459) was the 5th ruler of the Ahmad Shah Dynasty. He was the son of Muhammad Shah. This mosque was founded under the reign of his father Muhammad Shah, despite the contradiction to its name. To the southeast of the mosque, there is a mausoleum, which has 4 tombs. However, Qutb Shah is entombed in the mausoleum of his grand father, Ahmad Shah. This mausoleum has a dome supported by 12 pillars, surrounded by corridors. However, unlike the mausoleum of Rani Sipari and Bibi Achut Kuki, the height of the pillars are the same in the dome part and the corridor part.
(Naoko Fukami)