The Islamic Architecture of Gujarat is concentrated in the region of Ahmedabad. It was under the control of the Mughals until the year 1578.and thus a blend of Indo-Islamic architecture can still be seen. Islamic architecture in Gujarat adopted the traditional West Indian style of architecture as it is. Ahmed Shah's mosque in Gujarat was built in a style that the facade has a large arch with two minarets on either side of the arch, thus paving the way for a new style of mosques, called the Gujarati style. The mosques in Gujarat display a blend of Islamic and Indian architecture.