This research introduces a pioneering approach in quantum computing that harnesses the fundamental principles of the Mobius strip to store and preserve the state of qubits. Leveraging the capabilities of quantum gates and entanglement, a custom quantum circuit is designed and implemented using the Qiskit framework. Through rigorous experimentation, the circuit successfully emulates the behavior of a Mobius strip, ensuring the enduring preservation of stored information. The devised methodology encompasses the creation of a quantum circuit comprising an input qubit and an output qubit. The initial state of the input qubit is determined by user input, setting the foundation for subsequent operations. By skillfully applying specialized gates and entanglement operations, the circuit faithfully represents the unique characteristics of the Mobius strip. Crucially, the output qubit’s state is measured, unveiling the resultant information encoded within. The experimental findings unequivocally establish the circuit’s unrivaled ability to steadfastly preserve information, irrespective of the number of iterations. Each execution yields the desired output, substantiating the efficacy of the bespoke gate arrangement in storing and upholding qubit states. This seminal research not only underscores the immense potential of integrating non-trivial mathematical concepts, exemplified by the Mobius strip, into quantum computing but also opens up unprecedented vistas for information storage and manipulation. The preservation of qubit states within the circuit paves the way for cutting-edge advancements in diverse quantum algorithms and applications. By seamlessly embodying the principles of scientific inquiry, this study serves as a trailblazing foundation for future explorations in the burgeoning field of quantum computing.