Kevda Masjid, is rectangular on plan, with a double storied main prayer hall. The minarets on either side of the central arched entrance are beautifully carved and niches are filled with floral and geometrical designs. The windows provided with balcony are exquisitely decorated. The central dome has collapsed due vagaries of tim gigantic structure is classified architecturally as one of the finest mosque of Gujarat by Fergusson. It is a perfect amalgamation of Indo-Islamic architecture.
The mosque is raised on a high plinth and can be entered through there imposing porches from the north, south and east side. The last is most remarkable for its intricate carving and perforated stone screen work. It occupies a total area of about 66m by 55m.