The walls of cloister are fitted with carved stone screens.
Some Muslim families live inside or around the complex to take care of the tombs.
The area surrounding the complex is now a market for women's clothing, jewellery and accessories.
Colourful earrings on the display.
The market provides wide array of traditional accessories.
Handicraft and home decor products being sold.
Ladies selling their products in the market.
An artist using a hand carved block to print on the cloth.
Best traditional clothes are sold here.
The shops in the market sell bandhej, lehriya, gamthi and other traditional fabrics.
Customers looking at the items on display.
Rani no Hajiro, also known as Mughalai Bibi’s Tomb or Tombs of Ahmed Shah’s Queens, is a tomb complex near Manek Chowk, Ahmedabad, India. The surroundings of the tomb complex has over the years turned into a marketplace. Chaniya cholis and oxidized accessories are the main attractions of the market. During Navratri and other festivities, the market becomes even more crowded and lively.