Sidi Bashir Mosque
The mosque was completed in 1452. Only the minarets and arched central gateway remain, the body of the building was destroyed in 1753 during the war between the Marathas and Khan of Gujarat Sultanate. All traces of their mosque and the memory of its name and date are gone. The style and material of the minarets point to the close of Mahmud Begada's reign (1511) or perhaps rather later. Though much damaged, especially near the foot, the stairs inside the minarets may still be used. The mechanism that leads to vibration is still a mystery. An interesting thing about Jhulta Minar is that it can even withstand the pressure of fast-moving trains that pass from a distance not lying very far from the minaret.This minaret was built layer by layer that is why it can resist that much shaking without collapsing. It's around 600 years old.
Adalaj Stepwell or Rudabai Stepwell is a stepwell located in the village of Adalaj, close to Ahmedabad city and in Gandhinagar district in the Indian state of Gujarat. It was built in 1498 by Rana Veer Singh of the Vaghela dynasty of Dandai Desh. The step well is intricately carved and is five stories deep. Such step wells were once integral to the semi-arid regions of Gujarat, as they provided water for drinking, washing and bathing. These wells were also venues for colourful festivals and sacred rituals. Stepwells built between the 5th and 19th centuries, are common in Western India; over 120 such wells are reported in the semi-arid region of Gujarat alone, of which the well at Adalaj is one of the most popular. While many such structures are utilitarian in construction, they sometimes include significant architectural embellishments, as in the Adalaj stepwell, which attracts a large number of tourists.