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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 2 weeks ago

We cannot see the minarets shaking and the area is cordoned off. the Architecture is similar to the sun temple/ and other important place. which makes wonder, was it designed by the same architect.

Thank arunbvkumar
Reviewed 21 June 2017

Two mosques in Ahmedabad have what is called "shaking minarets". Both are located in the area of the main railway station. Only unlike those which are in a suburb of Isfahan (I managed to come there and see how the special acolyte was "shaking" them...More

Thank gentbrugg
Reviewed 7 May 2017 via mobile

It is besides railway station. Total two in number. One of such building got damaged while earthquake. Since then people are not allowed to climb this structure. Can be seen on arrival or departure by Train.

1  Thank gaurav4321
Reviewed 19 April 2017 via mobile

It is located near the Ahmedabad railway station. There are two pairs of minars one is near the kalupur and other one is near the sarangpur. The architecture is beautiful with intricate designs and carvings on the pillars and minarets. But Locals have made it...More

Thank VJ1326
Reviewed 17 April 2017

THE SWAYING MINARETS I have seen many architectural wonder-works in churches, mosques and temples the world over during my visits to many countries in different times. But I have not seen anything like Ahmedabad’s swaying minarets. India is a repository of such wonders being the...More

1  Thank Sadhan M
Reviewed 3 April 2017

Loved the architecture. Of course disappointed because one of the minarets is missing and could not get to shake them and experience the jiggle.The minaret only surviving am told fell off during the earth quake and was restored. Lucky, they were not damaged. Most importantly,...More

Thank Tempotraveller
Reviewed 11 March 2017 via mobile

This is amazing wonders to see the shaking minarates. Though govt now don't allow the shaking of minarets due to security reasons. But the minarates are still in good conditions Must visit. I would appreciate and strong opinion that this can be added in wonders...More

Thank anubhav73
Reviewed 2 March 2017

There are two pairs but are prohibited to enter the minaras. Luckily I have climb the minaras long ago when it was allowed to climb and push one place of the minar and one can see the other was also shaking. How brilliant work of...More

Thank Sumit S
Reviewed 24 February 2017

We had made a small list of places on our visit to Ahmadabad. Sorting places based on ease of access we decide to see this first. We walked to the location mentioned in the Google map. We could see the top of the tower but...More

Thank Prasi_Kalkur
Reviewed 14 February 2017

Its a very scientific and puts you to the thought of the advanced architecture in Olden India.Though they do not allow you to touch the minars due to restoration.

Thank rollingfeet
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