Jhulta Minara is a popular place of attraction in Gujarat. It is actually a combination of shaking minarets that are integral part of the Sidi Bashir Mosque in Ahmedabad. These shaking minarets represent genuine architectural craftsmanship of medieval India. These minarets had been designed in such way that applying little force on the upper arc of the mosque will culminate in shaking of every minaret simultaneously. It is because of this strange phenomenon that the Minar has become one of the unique places of attractions India. Tourists from every corner of the world come here to witness this spectacular moment with curiosity.
Each of these minarets arrives with intricate carvings upon them and is as high as of 34 meter. The average age of these minarets is about 21 years. These minarets are three storied structure with comprising of well-balanced natural balconies made of stone for the sole objective of bordering these minarets. It is due to this excellent architectural wonder that the mosque is one of the places to visit in the country.