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Dargaah Sharif of Hazrath Makhdoom Ali Mahimi(R.A), situated in Mahim, Mumbai.
Mumbai / Thane / Uran
1. Makhdoom Ali Mahimi 2. Peer Haji Ali Shah Baba 3. Bauddin Shah Baba (Metro) 4. Abdul Rehman Shah Baba (Dongri) 5. Ismail Shah Baba (Jamli Mohalla) 6. Haji Malang (Thane) 7. Qamli Shah baba 8. Hazrat Baqtawar Shah 9. Hazrat Sultan Shah 10. Chandshah Wali Dargah (Powai) 11. Mama Haji Ali Dargah, Worli. 12. Mahmood Shah Baba. (Ghansoli, New Bombay) 14. Hazrat Fakhruddin Baba (Mumbra) 15. Hazrat Ismail Shah Baba (r.a.) (Kutbe Parel) 16. Kader Vali Shah Baba (Manori Beach, Malad West) 18. Baale Shah Peer Baba. (Bhayandar (w), Thana) 19. Ebrahim Shah Baba, Next to Baale Shah Peer Baba. 20. Karim Shah Baba, Null Bazar. 21. Hazrat Shaikh Hasan Shah Gazali, R.C. Church, Navy Nagar, Mumbai 22. Hazrath Baghdadi Shah Baba in Madh Island It is on island which can be accessed only by boat (ferry) from MADH ISLAND ,MALAD. click here for pics 23. Hazrat Gulab Shah Baba, Byculla, Mumbai, This mazar opens only once in a ayear on 26th January as this mazar is under a big Factory (Richardson and Cruddas). Click here for pics of Mazar and factory 24. Sayyad Tajammil Hussain urf P hanke shah baba, Ghatkopar Mumbai. 25. Hazrat Sayed Shakrula Shah Baba (rehmatullah alaih) Versova. 26. Syed Jalal Shah and Syed Murad Shah , Sewri Crosslane, Behind Indian Oil, Sewri (e), Mumbai 27. Hazrath Ashraf Ghazi - Khopoli almost 80 km from Mumbai. 28. Hazrath Kari Vali Shah Baba, in Bhiwandi. 29. Aastana-E-Aalia of Sarkar Sayed Akhtar Shafiq Sultani Subhani (Rehmatullah alaih)
1. Makhdoom Ali Mahimi (1372-1431) was a Sufi saint from India, widely acknowledged for his scholarly treatise, liberal views and humanist ideals. Mahimi was born into a family of Arab travellers who had settled down on the island of Mahim, one of the seven islands that later formed the city of Bombay (now Mumbai).
Makhdoom Ali Mahimi
Not much is known of his early childhood. He later became the disciple of Mohiuddin Abne Arabi, a Spanish based saint revered by Muslims. Mahimi's reputation grew after the sultan of Gujarat, Ahmed Shah of the Muzaffarid dynasty, chose him to be the town's Qazi (the head Muslim cleric of a town). Mahimi was the first Indian scholar to have written an exegesis on the Qur'an, which gained critical acclimation from numerous Islamic scholars including Shah Waliullah. Authoring a total of nineteen books, he was given the moniker Qutbe Kokan (Kokans polestar). Mahimi is revered by both the Muslims and Hindus. Muslim sects such as the sunnis, shias and the barelvis hold him in high esteem. After his death in 1431, he was buried in Mahim itself. The site later became a dargah (shrine) for the faithful.
Urs festival During the annual ten day Urs festival celebrated on the 13th day of Shaval, the Muslim calendar, millions of devotees visit his dargah. The highlight of this is a procession of around eight thousand begins at the Mahim Police Station, believed to be the site of his residence. Two policemen from each of the eighty four city police stations represent the police whose association with the saint dates back to the saint's era. A representative of the Mumbai police who is the first to offer the "chaddar" (shawl) at the tomb on the first day of the festival. Legend has it that it was a police constable who gave water to the dying saint from his cap. Another story points to some miraculous assistance policemen once received from an old man, whom they believed was the saint, in fighting smugglers. Beautiful picture of URS of Makhdoom Shah Baba, Mahimi
A room adjacent to the office of the senior inspector of police station contains a steel cupboard that houses the saint's preserved belongings such as his chair, a pair of sandals and his hand-written Qur'an which is considered to be a calligraphic work of art. The room is opened once every year to the public. In 1920 the cupboard was purchased by a senior British police inspector, Raymond Esquire as a tribute to the saint he revered. On 2005-05-21, the government of Maharashtra named the JJ Flyover after the saint as a tribute to the saint. The 2.1 kilometre flyover is the longest viaduct in the country. Mazaar of Hazrat Sayed Ahmed Ali Shah Qadri & Hazrat Sayed Hussain Shah Qadri Near Sandhurst Road Station, Mumbai.
======================================================= Syed Abdullah Shah Kadri alias Pedru Shah Baba, VT, Mumbai - India
Hazrat Pedru Shah baba was a Mazhoob Coolie who worked at VT. Once he was carrying a lot of luggage on his Head of a Parsi Suddenly the Parsi saw that the weight was not touching
his head Mubarak but was actually flying 4 inch above His Head. Seeing this the PARSI fell on his feet. And he gave his whole property near VT Station to Pedru Shah Baba. Now the Dargah and Masjid Stands on that property... ________________________________________________________ Dargah Hazrat Sayed Bismilah Shah Baba Rehmatullah Alaih, VT, Mumbai - India
_____________________________________________________________ Hazrat Baba Fakhruddin Pir, Mahim, Mumbai - India
_____________________________________________________________ Hazrat Peer Baba Syed Sharfuddin Shah Baba Dargah, Liberty Cinema lane, Mumbai - India
_____________________________________________________________ Syed Qadar Shah Vali Dargah, Liberty Cinema lane, Mumbai - India
______________________________________________________________ Jangli Peer Dargah, Worli, Mumbai - India
______________________________________________________________ Dargah Hazrat Peer Sayyad Badruddin Mohsin Habibullah Imam Bada, Mumbai - India
______________________________________________________________ Dargah Hazrat Sayyad Hussain urf Mastan Shah Qadri Nagpada, Mumbai - India
______________________________________________________________ Mazar Sharief of Hazrat Hussain Shah Qadri, Hazrat Ibrahim Shah Qadri.
______________________________________________________________ Sidhi Baba Dargah - Hazrat Sayed Kamalluddin Shah Magribi, Prabhadevi, Mumbai - India
______________________________________________________________ SYED JALLAL SHAH AND SYED MURAD SHAH , Sewri Crosslane,Behind Indian Oil, SEWRI(E), MUMBAI
______________________________________________________________ Peer Jamal-ud-Din Shah Qadri Nariyalwadi, Kabrastan, Mumbai
Some more prominent Dargahs of Mumbai 1. Dawood Baba - Mahim, Mumbai. 2. Meeran Datar Shaikh Missari - Wadala 3. Hazrat Pir Sayed Hussain Ali Shah Qadri rehmatullah alaih This is the imposing Dargah a Sufi Shrine on the main road of Dongri, Mumbai. Sent by :Mubassir Azaz ______________________________________________________________ Hazrat Dawood Shah Baba(R.A), Mahim. the occassion was Gusool Sharif on 18th january 2010.
______________________________________________________________ Hazrat Sayyed Gilani shah Baba (R.A), Mahim Hazrat Sayyed Yusuf Shah Aalam (R.A) and Hazrat Sayyed Gilani shah Baba(R.A) are both near Hazrat Makhdoom Shah Baba(R.A), Mahim. Whoever Visits Mahim should also visit these Mazaars.
Haji Ali Dargah in Night
2. Peer Haji Ali Shah Baba -
History The dargah was built in 1431 by a wealthy Muslim merchant and saint named Haji Ali who renounced all his wordly possessions before making a pilgrimage to Makkah. Legend has it that Haji Ali died on his way to Makkah and his body, in its casket, floated back to Mumbai. However, some believe that Haji Ali drowned at the place where the dargah stands today. As many as 40,000 pilgrims visit the shrine on Thursdays and Fridays. Non-Muslims are also permitted to walk on the causeway and into the Masjid compound. The only area out of bounds for non-Muslims is the sanctum sanctorum of the Masjid itself
Main Gate - Haji Ali Dargah
-----------------------------------------------------------------------Mama Haji Ali Dargah. - Worli, Mumbai, India. Very Near to Haji Ali Dargah is the Dargah of HAJI ISLMAIL HASHUM BAHADUR Popularly known as MAMA Haji Ali.
AMIR-BAHR HAJI ISLMAIL HASHUM BAHADUR, A Great Captain and Navigator Of Indian Seas who died on 20th September 1912, And was buried in this Tomb Erected by Himself. May He Rest in Peace.
3. Haji Malang (Thane) Haji Malang, is a 300 year old dargah at Kalyan, in Mumbai, where Baba Abdur Rehman Malang has been buried. Malang was a Sufi saint who came to India in the 12th century AD from the middle east. Haji Malang, in true syncretic tradition, was one of the few dargahs where a Hindu vahivatdar (traditional priest from the Hindu Karandekar family) and a Muslim mutavalli (claiming to be distant kin of the saint), had both been officiating at religious rituals.
Hazrat QAMLI SHAH BABA this hazrat's dargah is near dargah of Hazrat HAJI MALANG in KALYAN thane district
Hazrat BAQTAWAR SHAH is the first salami and Hazrat SULTAN SHAH is the second Salami these hazrat's dargah is also in Kalyan when we go to HAJI MALANG the first dargah where we have to give salami is of Hazrat BAQTAWAR SHAH AND the second dargah where we have to give second salami is of HAZRAT SULTAN SHAH these hazrat's were one of the companion of Hazrat HAJI MALANG BABA and came from GULF to take HAJI MALANG BABA back to GULF but HAJI MALANG BABA refused and said from now this is the place where i will spend rest of my life so Hazrat BAQTAWAR SHAH AND HAZRAT SULTAN SHAH also stayed there till end of their life.HAZRAT HAJI MALANG BABA said if you want to meet me and give me salami u have to first give SALAMI to these 2 dargah's.
Situated at the border of Thane-Raigad districts is known more for the Dargah of Malang Baba, halfway up the