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Shaking Minarets

Sarangpur Gate | Near Railway line, Ahmedabad 380021, India
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Sarangpur Gate | Near Railway line, Ahmedabad 380021, India
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I can vouch for these as fortunate to have the feel of the shake in my childhood days. These days it would be difficult to track and reach these highly decorative historical architectural masterpieces. Concerned authorities and tourism departments need to give these monuments the...More

Thank Hiten_Rathod
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This place is located near to Railway station. This is the place which shows you the real beauty of architecture how the monument was build.

Thank CNJ97
Reviewed 30 November 2017

Shaking Minarets is situated very near to the railway station and can be seen during arrival or departure of train. There are two minarets. One got damaged during an earthquake. The whole lace is well maintained. The buildings are clean and tidy.

Thank great4traveller
Reviewed 13 November 2017

Nice architecture of minars. You can see them from railway station also. It is told that if one minar starts shaking other also shakes. But for safety or other reasons, they have stopped entering the minars.

Thank PuneTravelbud
Reviewed 6 November 2017

These Minarets are architectural wonder in Ahmedabad. These are beautifully kept specimen of unique design and make one feel curious.

Thank shivshankarsingh
Reviewed 18 October 2017

The shaking minarets of Ahmedabad are located at two places within the city, the ones most prominent being the ones just outside the Ahmedabad railway station on the Kalupur side. The minarets are an architectural wonder like a lot of Islamic and Mughal architecture. It...More

Thank Nimish G
Reviewed 17 October 2017

This pair of shaking minar is in total neglect and dilapidated state - not cared by the ASI and any other local authority. Could be a good visit point for architecture students

Thank pravinjn
Reviewed 15 October 2017

Minarates are beautiful, but the surrounding require more cleanliness . The local body should make efforts in that direction so that the monument become more accessible to many more people.

Thank ba8621ba
Reviewed 21 September 2017 via mobile

Located near gomtipur, julta minara or shaking minarats are a master piece of mugal architecture. Very interesting historical facts about the mosque and britishers failed attempt to understand the reasons behind shaking minarats can be seen after visiting the site.

Thank rahulsojat
Reviewed 28 August 2017

You need to travel to this place for rickshaw. You cannot travel for vehicle. It is very inside. There are 2 minarets. If you shake , it shakes, but they dont allow, since it gets damaged . You can come and view the place

Thank claritalewis
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