Thursday, May 31, 2012

Syed Ghulam Dastaghir {Chunnai}

argah-e-Hazrath Khwaja Syed Ghulam Dastaghir (Rahmathullahi Alaihi) Urf Hazrath Moti Baba (Rahmathullahi Alaihi)

Location : Murthuza Sheriff, Pantheon Road, Egmore, Chennai- 625008, Tel : 0091 44- 28192025."
It is popularly known as 'Moti Baba (RA) Dargah' and is one of the most important Dargah shareef in Chennai. Hazrath Moti Baba (RA) achieved greater heights in Wilayath and did his best for the upliftment of mankind.
Hazrath Moti Baba (RA) was an Ashiq (beloved lover) of Qutb-e-Tamilnadu, Nagoor Badusha, Hazrath Meeran Saheb Abdul Qadir Shahul Hamid Urf Qadir Wali. He came to Chennai from Nagapattinam & lived with Janab H. A. G. Dastagir Sheriff & Family at 422, Pantheon, Road, Egmore , Chennai- 8. Hazrath Moti Baba (RA) wisal (Pardha) took place in the same place on 02nd July 1959.
Zikr Majlis and Moulud Shareef are conducted on every Thursday & Sunday in the Dargah shareef after Maghrib prayer.
Urs/Sandhal Mubarak of Hazrath Moti Baba (RA) is celebrated during Hijri Era Zul-Haj month 25th & 26th every year. 

Chennai Egmore is a railway station in Egmore, Chennai, South India. The station acts as the arrival and departure point for trains connecting Chennai and southern, central Tamil Nadu and Kerala.This is one of the two main railway terminals in the city along with Chennai Central, which serves the north and west bound trains from the city. However, some trains to the north-east and eastern parts of the country also start from/pass through here, though the number is much fewer than the ones from Chennai Central. The Chennai Beach-Tambaram suburban railway line also passes through the station. The building of the railway station with decorative domes is one of the prominent landmarks of Chennai. This station is known in Tamil as Ezhumbur.Over 80% of the trains starting from Chennai Egmore station pass through Trichy at different times.
If you are reaching Chennai via bus, please get down at Chennai Mofussil Bus Terminus (CMBT), Koyambedu and from there, please pick up a bus for Egmore and ask any muslim you see on the road about the Dargah and they will guide you, Insha ALLAH. In addition to that, Triplicane, Mount road and Egmore are situated very nearby. Thus, you can reach Egmore after finishing your Ziyarath from Dargahs of Mount Road and Triplicane.
Allah aur Rasul-e-Kareem, Sal-lal-lahu Alaihi Wa Sallam aur Sahab-e-Rasool Sallalahu Alaihi wa Sallam aur Qutb-ul-Aqtab, Piran-e-Peer, Hazrath Ghous-e-Pak (RA) aur Hazrath Khwaja Syed Ghulam Dastaghir (RA) Urf Hazrath Moti Baba (RA) may do Khass Nazar e Karam on you and your family and your beloved ones. Ameen. Ya Rabbil Alameen.

Popularly known as ‘Moti Baba Darga’ This is the final resting place of Muslim Saint Hazrat Khaja Gulam Dastagir Moti Baba. His Tile is Qutub- E - Aqtab .It is one of the most important durgahs in Chennai. Moti Baba became a friend of Hazrath Kader Wali of Nagore. He came to Chennai from Nagapattinam & lived with Janab H. A. G. Dastagir Sheriff & Family at 422, Pantheon, Road, Egmore , Chennai- 8. He breathed his last in same place in 1959. Saint of great spiritual heights he did his best for the upliftment of mankind. His anniversary of Kandoori Urs (known as ‘Sandana Koodu’) is celebrated during Hijra Era Dul-Haj month 25th & 26th every year.
Special prayers are held on every Thursday & Sundays in the Dargah at 7 PM.

Location : Murthuza Sheriff, Pantheon Road, Egmore, Chennai- 625008, Tel : 0091 44- 28192025."

Wassalam, Fee Amanillah,
Ghulam-e-Khalwathu Nayahangal (RA) Thaikka Shareef,
Cumbum Shareef
Ahamed Sayeedul Khalwathi Sayeedi

About Chennai:- Chennai, formerly known as Madras, is the capital of the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Located on the Coromandel Coast of the Bay of Bengal, Chennai has an estimated population of 7.5 million (2007), making it the fourth largest metropolitan city in India. The name Chennai is an eponym, etymologically derived from Chennapattinam or Chennapattanam, the name of the town that grew up around Fort St. George, built by the British in 1640. There are different versions about the origin of the name.
The city was established in the 17th century by the British, who developed it into a major urban centre and naval base. By the 20th century, it had become an important administrative centre, as the capital of the Madras Presidency. The city was officially renamed Chennai in 1996, about the same time that many Indian cities were undergoing name changes because Madras was seen as a Portuguese name.

Bus services to Chennai: - Needless to say, anywhere from India, you have access to Chennai through air, roads and railway. If you are reaching Chennai via bus, please get down at Chennai Mofussil Bus Terminus (CMBT), Koyambedu. This is the Asia's Biggest Bus Terminus and the largest Bus Station in Chennai spread over an area of 37 acre. From CMBT, you can avail bus services to any parts of the city.

Hazarath Kunangudi Masthan Saheb's {Chennai}

Hazarath Kunangudi Masthan Sahib (Rali) had the deepest love for Qutb-ul-Aqtab, Hazarath Ghous-e-Pak (Rali). He has sung so many songs on Allahu Jalla Jalaluhu Thaala, Rasul-e-Kareem Sallallahu Alaihi Va Sallam and on Hazarath Ghous-e-Pak (Rali). Every word in those songs is an ocean of Irfan.
What a lay-man will understand by reading the above lines. That's the height of love, Hazarath Kunangudi Masthan Sahib (Rali) had towards Parwar Digaar-E-Alam, Allahu Jalla Jalaluhu Thaala.

He lowered his Nafs in that way. He used to say - there is no sinner in the world but I'm the greatest sinner. He says - "Our body is septic tank" which our toilets are connected to. In all the possible ways, he had lowered himself in front of ALLAH, Rasul-e-Kareem, Sallallahu Alaihi Va Sallam and Ghous-e-Pak (Rali) that nobody can do.
SubhanALLAH. I can't express his Darajah/Makham/Heights he achieved in Wilyath. So many Awliyah-ALLAH used to go very deepest in the jungle and tried to meet Hazarath Kunangudi Masthan Sahib (Rali) to convey salam and on the way, many Awliyahs died as well. Hazarath Kunangudi Masthan Sahib (Rali) used to be in thorns in Zikr status. He didn't marry because of the love He (rali) had towards Mahboob-e-Subhani (Rali)
Hazarath Kunangudi Masthan Sahib (Rali) requested ALLAH to hide his Makham and want to be away from Dhuniya even after his Pardha. Very few may guide you when you go to his Dargah in Royapuram, Madras.

It's a very very very simple Mazar-e-Mubarak but Hazarath Kunangudi Masthan Sahib (Rali) is the Qutb-e-Qalandhar of his time undoubtedly. He got Baiyath directly from Ghous-e-Pak (rali). He (rali) used to call Ghous-e-Pak (rali) as Kunangudi (meaning - the one where good character stays ) so Ghous-e-Pak (rali) kept the same name to him (rali) while giving Baiyath.
His height of Wilayath is the highest of the highest of the highest of the………………………………………….go endlessly…SubhanALLAH…I will talk for years about Hazarath Kunangudi Masthan Sahib (Rali).
Everest is a tiny particle in front of the love Hazarath Kunangudi Masthan Sahib (Rali) had towards Ghous-e-Pak (Rali). He says to Ghous-e-Pak (Rali)
"You will control crores of Dhuniya (which ALLAH has created) in your hand as ball and play with it"
"You will shake the 7 Dhuniyas (Which ALLAH has created) and play with them on youn hand"

"You will stitch Dhniya/Aahirath into an Atom and play with it"
"You will insert the 7 seas into a mustard and stir them"
"Please come in front of this Ghulam "
"I am becoming the worst and worst even after I submit myself in your holy feets"
"You're the Badhusha and my Peer-o-Murshid, in whom good character (kunangudi) stays"

Hazarath (Rali) used not to wear any dress but used to close his hygienic part alone. He used to live in the deepest/dreadful jungle area where even Animals will fear to live. Thorns are his houses where he (rali) used to be in Zikr status. Qutb of Qutbs in his lifetime. World No.1 lover of Ghous-e-Pak (Rali)
Ceremonies observed during Urs/Sandhal
Mubarak of Hazrath Kunangudi Masthan Saheb (RA)

Raising Nishan-e-Pak - 29th of Rabi-ul-Sani
Sandhal Mubarak - 13th of Jamadh-ul-Awwal
Urs Mubarak - 14th of Jamadhu-ul-Awwal
Dropping Nishan-e-Pak - 26th of Jamadh-ul-Awwal

About Royapuram:- A locality of Chennai, South India, it is the place where the first railway station of south India was constructed, and from where the laying down of the second railway line of the South Asia commenced in 1850s. This railway line extended from Royapuram (Madras) to Arcot, then capital of the Carnatic region. This railway line was opened for traffic on July 1, 1856.

Bus Route to Royapuram in Chennai : 1, 4B, 4D, 6, 6A, 6C, 6D, 8A, 31, 56H and 56N. Please get down at Royapuram Market and ask for the Dargah from muslim people and they will guide you, Insha ALLAH

Hazrath Syed Moosa Shah Qadri Baghdadi {Chennai}

Dargah-e-Hazrath Syed Moosa Shah Qadri Baghdadi (Rahmathullahi Alaihi) urf Annasalai (or) Mount Road Dargah.
This is the most famous Makham of all Chennai Dargahs and attracts people of all faith from all walks of life including music director, A.R. Rahman, who visits every Thursday, Arcot Prince, High Court Chief Justice and various famous icons of various industries.
Hazrath Syed Moosa Shah Qadri Baghdadi (RA) arrived from Baghdad Shareef in the middle of the 17th Century (450 years back) and lived on the site of what is now better known as the Mount Road Dargah. In life, Hazrath Syed Moosa Shah Qadri Baghdadi (RA) is said to have had great healing powers. When he died, he was buried next to his house and here his family raised the Dargah Shareef. And to it have flocked the sick over the years, seeking the benefits of healing from his spirit.

When a British engineer in the past ordered the shrine to be demolished for road-widening, his workmen refused to proceed with the work when, at the first attempt at excavation around the building, blood spurted from the soil. When the engineer forced them to resume work, he collapsed - dropped dead, say some - the moment trenching began again.

It is the faith in Hazrath Syed Moosa Shah Qadri Baghdadi (RA) that draws people of all faiths to the Dargah Shareef every Thursday, seeking assurances of good health, answers to their prayers and the blessings of the holy. The Dargah Shareef, looked after by the descendants of Hazrath Syed Moosa Shah Qadri Baghdadi (RA) from the time his Dargah was raised, is however, only a part of the campus today. Dominating it in recent times has been one of the largest mosques in South India, with a 100-feet tall minaret. The five-storeyed Makkah Masjid, with its five 5000 sq.ft. halls that can accommodate 5000 worshippers at a time, may be a landmark, but it is the spirit of Hazrath Syed Moosa Shah Qadri Baghdadi (RA) that make this, one of the city's holy sites.
The Minar-e-Pak at Dargah-e-Hazrath Syed Moosa Shah Qadri Baghdadi (RA) is quite prominent apart from the LIC building and the Tarapore Towers in Mount Road.

Dargah-e-Hazrath Syed Moosa Shah Qadri Baghdadi (RA) is located in Anna Salai, formerly known as Mount Road, is the most important arterial road in Chennai, India. It starts at the Cooum Creek, south of Fort St George connecting with St. Thomas Mount in Saidapet. This 15 km stretch of road running diagonal across the city has become the hub of business for the city. It has been developing in a large pace in the past century. The British developed this road during the colonial era, and they named it as Mount Road, after Little Mount, till which the road extends. Later on, the road was renamed as Anna Salai by ex - Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu. The word 'Salai' in Tamil translates to road in English. Anna Salai is maintained by the National Highways Authority of India. This is the only road in Chennai where lane system of traffic is followed.
Needless to say, anywhere from India, you have access to Chennai through air, roads and railway. If you are reaching Chennai via bus, please get down at Chennai Mofussil Bus Terminus (CMBT), Koyambedu and from there, please pick up a bus for "Anna Salai urf Mount Road and ask anybody about the Dargah and they may guide you well.

Hazrath Dastaghir Saheb Baba (RA) {Chennai}

Dargah-e-Hazrath Dastaghir Saheb Baba (Rahmathullahi Alaihi), Located at 83, Dr. Natesan Road. Triplicane, Chennai 600 005

t is nearly 300 years since his Pardha. Hazrath Dastagir Saheb Baba (RA) has fore seen his death and has told his disciples not to conduct the Janaza (Funeral) prayers under any other Imam. Baffled disciples were much delighted when Hazrath Dastagir Saheb Baba (RA) himself appeared and disappeared after conducting his own Janaza prayer.
Urs/Sandhal Mubarak of Hazrath Dastagir Saheb Baba (RA) is celebrated every Hijri year, Rajab 3rd.

Dargah-e-Hazrath Dastaghir Saheb Baba (RA) is located at Triplicane, which is situated about a half km from the Bay of Bengal coast and Fort St George, one of the oldest central business districts of Chennai, South India.

Triplicane is called the Bachelors Paradise of Chennai. The locality has a large number of mansions - a local synonym for guest houses. Many of these are suitable for students, single professionals and visitors. Walking around the lanes of Triplicane during evening time, one is apt to come across hosts of youngsters conversing in a babel of languages - English, Hindi, Telugu, Tamil and Malayalam. The place is known for its educational book stalls and used bikes. Triplicane's Pycrofts Road is a mini T. Nagar where one can buy all kinds of garments and luggage.

If you are reaching Chennai via bus, please get down at Chennai Mofussil Bus Terminus (CMBT), Koyambedu and from there, please pick up a bus for Triplicane and ask any muslim you see on the road about the Dargah and they will surely guide you, Insha ALLAH. In addition to that, Triplicane and Mount Dargahs are situated very nearby. Thus, you can reach Triplicane after finishing your Ziyarath from Mount Road Dargah.

Hazrath mehshar rehbarri {Bangalore}

Hazrath mehshar rehbarri had written and serve many auliyas of bangalore in his life time. He had helped many dargah committees to advertise urs informations of the auliyas in the urdu newspapers.
Yarab hazrath (daknikotta) and peer hyder shah jeelani ( seeyaposh baba from kuch-gujarat) were also among those who use to attend urs and for duas from the dargah hazrath lalu bhai qasir (ra). Peer hyder shah jeelani use to attend the urs fateha even in heavy rains with an umbrella many a times. All old womens and darvesh fuqras know about the rainfall that occurs in the urs of hazrath lalu bhai qasir from t 1912 itself and all faqeers and old people have observed and experienced the rainfall in the urs from years. And the oldest sandal and urs in this area is of hazrath lalu bhai qasir (ra). The sandal of hazrath tawakkal mastan shah baba (ra) is the most famous in bangalore and second famous is of hazrath lalu bhai qasir (r.a). And it has shaken the entire city from years by promoting communal harmony in the city. Non muslims from commissioner of police department, city police, area police, electricity department people, water department people , ministers, ulmas ( big alims) , muzawars (of big dargahs ) often visits the dargah of lalu bhai qasir for duas and duas have come true.

Story of friendship of auliyas hazrath khader hussain auliya and khwaja lalu bhai qasir chisti (ra):-
Hazrath khader hussain auliya ( r.a) had praised about lalu bhai qasir that he has victory over nafs and have built many forts in the heaven and has gain high status in wilayat and once hazrath khader hussain auliya and khwaja lalu bhai qasir had went to dada pahardh ( baba buddan giri hills in chikkamangalore ) and when the reached the hills.,they both wanted to meet hazrath dada hayath qalander for blessings and both challenged who will first meet dada hayath qalander (ahle rasool) and both the auliyas went in their own ways in the dada hills and when they came from two opposite sides and coincided in the middle hazrath dada hayath qalander came and met them, he blessed both the auliyas and gave a needle to khader hussain auliya and a green plant (known as bail in urdu) to khwaja lalu bhai qasir (ra) which means that khader hussain will be single powerful auliya and khwaja lalu bhai qasir will see auliyas in his future generations. Great auliya allahs from abroad and parts of india came searching hazrath lalu bhai qasir and have written many books, risalas and have left literature . They have serve people in every aspects of live in their times. Many auliyas took shelter near by to his residence in his times. He was sadr-e-dilbar of auliyas in his time. Centre of love for auliya allahs in his time.

He served & solved problems of poor people, alims, muftis and darvish fuqras in many places :
Many poor people with difficulties and problems use to come even from outside the states to meet him and take blessings . He gave them good preachings of islam and used to solve their problems. Hundreds of great darvesh of pengoda sharif of the time wanted him to become the head of the banawa fuqras because of his spritual powers. In balapur he helped many poor families during marriages and his miracles were famous in balapur, tirpatur, ramnagar, hosur etc. Even many imams and muftis in his time use to come to him with respect and love.
When juma masjid ( famous old sunni mosque of bangalore ) was constructed people came to hazrath lalu bhai qasir to put a kalam in the foundation stone. He gave kalam to his uncle , hazrath's uncle led the foundation stone of the old jumma masjid sunni mosque in bangalore.
Photo's karamath :- the photos of hazrath lalu bhai qasir (ra) were taken seven times by his followers in different occassions but the photo didn't come.also once a group photo was taken making him to sit in the middle but in the middle of the photo black shade appeared and other peoples in the photo were visible whereas the picture of hazrath of lalu bhai qasir (ra) didn't come.

Many great believers tried for sixty years to build the dargah
Hazrath khwaja qaseer's (ra) believers would had made the roza of hazrath lalu bhai qasir in diamonds and full gold., but calipha saheb rejected people not to make even dargah. Hazrath khwaja qaseer (abdul bhai qaseer ) said after my death in future a syed from syedi family will come and then he will put shelter (top) to the dargah. And this came true in coming days. Many rich people and great believers tried contineuously for about 60 years to construct dargah but could not construct even when they had enough money for construction.
One great karmath regarding islam / quran and christain missionaries and popes i will mention below :

Some christain missionaries and popes of st. Mary's basilica church , shivajinagar, bangalore were spreading christainity by offering money, lands and were attracting many poor and uneducated people towards christainity during hazrath khwaja lalu bhai qasir's period. Some disciples of khwaja saheb reported the matter that they are converting many people and greeting us also in our area. One big pope came to khwaja saheb and told him to become christain then khwaja saheb replied don't disturb us, pope never listen and forced him with tough conversation , khwaja saheb was silent and bend his head and was listening to the pope, who wanted him to become christain at any cost otherwise he would take some serious actions atlast khwaja saheb was silently listening and told the pope go back from where you have come but the pope didn't listen to khwaja saheb. Khwaja saheb's believers knew that some thing will happen. When khwaja saheb saw pope with red eyes, then the pope suddenly fell down and became unconscious then the disciples of khwaja cried and said forgive khwaja forgive this pope then after some time khwaja saheb came again from house and recited some ayats of quran then pope got consiousness and begged pardon from khwaja lalu bhai qasir. But other popes and missionaries of the church challenged khwaja saheb and told all people that khwaja saheb is a magic man ( jadugar) . They blamed khwaja saheb as a jadugar. Many people listened to the popes and were being converted again. Khwaja saheb's disciples felt bad and were very sad. They said khwaja our people are going towards christainity what to do. Khwaja saheb called all people and invited all big popes and missionaries at that time to come with their holy books and i will come with my holy quran, if your religion is true you make a big wooden wall house and come along with me inside the wooden house and put fire to this house, who will come save out without burnings , people should follow that religion. This was the open challenge of khwaja saheb and popes didn't agree and then many people opened their eyes and praised khwaja saheb. Even the popes use to visit his house from outside and they the popes use to kiss his house doors and respect a lot from that day and whenever they passed from this area. Other coming popes also respected khwaja saheb even after his death also some popes use to come and kiss his son khwaja qaseer (ra) in his times.

Langar khana and chhatti sharief :-
If you talk about langar, the only dargah in bangalore which has a great records and heights in langar is of hazrath khwaja lalu bhai qasir till today. Annual chhatti sharief of khwaja moinuddin chisti is celebrated in a grand manner every year. Also chhatti sharief is held here every month on the first friday of islamic calender date . Due to the popularity of the chhatti sharief in this dargah it is a good thing to see that chhattis are celebrated now in other dargahs of bangalore. Maintaining continuity in langars is important, mashallah it is seen in this dargah till today.
Note :- Some people give wrong informations about auliyas and the same is being published in the english newspapers. Please don't consider information from sites regarding Bangalore auliyas because people don't have correct information. There are dargahs of many famous auliyas of Bangalore whose information is not the news papers or sites. But All the Dargahs advertise mostly in urdu news paper only. I know and often visited all these dargahs and have confirmed the names with suggestions from experienced and old people of Bangalore.

Dargah-e- Ala Hazrath Peer Syed Nazar Ali Shah Chisti (RA) , M.R Pallaya , J.C Nagar, Quddus Saheb Mackan ( This Dargah is next to Dargah of Hazrath Zahooruddin Shah Qadri (RA)

In Bangalore Hazrath Tawakal Mastan Shah Sahorwadi Dargah is famous apart from this Hazrath Chanchal Burhan Shah Qadri in Queens Road, Hazrath Kambal Posh Baba, Hazrath Khader Hussain Baba in HKP Road, Dargahs of M.R Pallya, Jayamahal Road, J.C Nagar namely Dargah of Khwaja Lalu Bhai Qasir (RA), Dargah of Hyder Shah Jeelani , Dargah of Naukulla Shah Qadri (R.A), Dargah of Hazrath Zahooruddin Baba. Dargah of Baba Miyan Arif ulla shah in Neelsandra , Dargah of Mastani Maa of Tannery Road and Hazrath Be Sar Auliya & Hazrath Hameed Shah Qadri in Cottonpet are most famous . In recent years Dargah of Jamal Shah Baba in Chandi Chowk , Hazrath Nazar Ali Shah Chisti in M.R Pallaya, Hazrath Sharfundeen Shah (otc road ), Hazrath Paccha Shaheed ( city market ) and Hazrath Biha Peer in Mysore Road have become more famous after new constructions.

I pray for success of both deen and duniya to almightly allah for particularly to all the people and their families who have contributed their time, money, sacrifices for the sake of such a great site of allah. Ya allah un sab ki deen aur duniya kamiyaab bana jo tere mehboob waliyon se mahobath karte hai ya allah unko tamam ke and unke ghar waloon ke upar kass barkateh aur rahmateh nazil farma jo tere mehboob dostoon ki bargah me kidmath anjam diye hai ameen, ya allah unki har mujkil asaan farma.Ameen. Ya allah inke naik muradey aur tamaane puri farma.Ameen. Ya allah inki har bimari, baala, afaat, dushman aur haasideen dur farmade. Ameen.In tamaam khadim and kidmat ghuzaaroon ko dono jahan me kamiyabi aur nusrat ata farma.Ameen.Ya allah aur bi dusare ghafil bande, hamere dost haybab tamam ko bi auliya ki sachi mahaboot aur kidmat karne ki hidayat farma. Dostoon ko bi milay dard ki dawa yarab, mera hi bala ho muje maroor nahin.Ya allah hamre purane buzoorg ghayarweeh, konde ki fateha kar ke har ek se mahobath karte te aur chaar ke haat dulate teh. Ya allah aaj mahobat aur mahmam nawazi kam ho ti ja rahi hai allah aur Ahsad,geebat aur siyasat achuki hai . Is Badaklaqi ko Door famarde. Ya allah har ghar me aaj fateha ki mehfilay nahin horahe hai .Aaj kal fateha darood kam hogi hai .Ya allah tamam ko fateha aur darood ki azmat, fateha ki barkat , fateha ghar me karne se jo rahmat milti hai hum saab naseeb farma.Ya allah fateha karte hai aaj magar Gharibon aur miskino ko yaad nahin rakrahe hai. Gharibon ka dard aur hamdardi and musafiron ki khimat aur madad karne ki saab ko toufiq aur hidayat deh. Ya allah log dusare kamoo me paisa karch karte hai fisool kamou se bacha, yaallah acche kamoo me paisa karch karne ki toufeeq de. Ya allah hum saab ko auliya ka adab and mahboot koot koot kar barde Ameen. Ya allah ye dua aur Iltizah tere habeeb-e-pak salalaahoo alaihhi wa salam, unki all aur tamaam auliya ke sadqe aur wasile se qubool aur maqbool farma .Ameen.Yarabal 'alameen.

Hazrath khwaja mehboob ali shah chisty {Bangalore}

Hazrath khwaja mehboob ali shah chisty is populary known as
Khwaja Lalu Bhai Qasir Chisti ( r.a) - ( Khwaja-e-Bangalore ).

In dargah hazrath khwaja lalu bhai qasir chisti (ra) there are three other auliyas namely Hazrath Syed Ahmed Shah Chisti urf Paccha miyan baba ( Qutb and Syed Sadaath ), Hazratha Ameena Bibi ( azwaja-e- hazrath lalu bhai qasir) and lastly Hazrath Khwaja Qaseer urf abdul bhai qaseer chisti ( son and calipha of hazrath lalu bhai qasir chisti (ra). 

Four great peers and murshids in them 2 are syed sadaaths :-
Roza or mazar-e-sharif of khwaja lalu bhai qasir ( r.a) is surrounded by his four major peer and murshids in and around, little far from dargah namely syed ahmed shah chisti urf syed paccha miyan baba ( inside the dargah ) , hazrath syed nazar ali shah chisti (ra) ( hazrath nazar ali shah's dargah is at a few distance from this dargah ) , hazrath imam ali shah chisti (ra) and hazrath iqrar ali shah chisti (ra).

A brief history of hazrath khwaja lalu bhai qasir chisti (ra) :-
Hazrath khwaja mehboob ali shah chisty populary known as khwaja lalu bhai qasir chisti ( r.a). The dargah is on jayamahal road , m.r pallya , j.c nagar, quddus saheb mackan. He was born in
1850 and the wisal took place at the age of 63 years in 1912. His father name was khwaja miyan and he died early in his childhood. His uncle and mother took care later and he became the mureed of hazrath nazar ali shah chisti (ra), whose dargah is in a few distance from this dargah. When he was a child of seven years old, one auliya allah named as hazrath nazar ali shah chisti from madras had met his father early morning after fajr prayers on 10th moharam when they had gone to perform fateha in ashirkhana and hazrath nazar ali shah chisti (ra) asked to give his son to him because he informed that the child is not a common child and he wanted to make him mureed and give good preachings of islam. On that day itself he handed over the child to the said auliya. Later hazrath nazar ali shah chisti told lalu bhai qasir to visit many great auliyas of the time in mysore jungles, ramnagar, mysore road etc.

When he was said to go and meet the other auliyas, he replied that peer is enough for him and why he should go to others then nazar ali shah peer said that he should meet great auliyas and take their blessing and roohani faiz from them. When he went to meet hazrath sadiq ali shah hussaini biha peer baba (now dargah in mysore road ) , hazrath peeran shah maboodh in mysore jungles (now dargah in ramanagaram ) both the auliyas were waiting for him to give him special blessings. Also later he was blessed by hazrath jahagir shah wali ( nandi village) in chikbalapur , hazrath hyder wali auliya ( hyder wo safdar ) of mulbagal and hazrath dada hayath qalander in chikmangalur. When lalu bhai qasir (ra) wanted to say kalam-e- irfan and learn tasawuff , peer nazar ali shah directed him to meet hazrath azad wali auliya of tirpatur (tamil nadu).

The oldest sandal and urs in j.c nagar, m.r pallaya area, jayamahal road ( famous and attractive center of auliyas in bangalore ) which is contineously celebrated since 1912 :-
Hazrath khwaja lalu bhai qasir (ra) dargah's urs and sandal is the oldest in all the dargahs of j.c nagar area , m.r pallaya, jayamahal road since from 1912. This j.c nagar (munnireddy pallaya) is the most attractive and famous place of auliyas in bangalore. It is the record of dargah hazrath lalu bhai qasir that the sandal and urs is contineously celebrated from 1912 in this munnireddy pallya , jayamahal road, j.c nagar. Even great auliyas like yarab hazrath ( now dargah in daknikotta), peer hyder shah jeelani ( now dargah in m.r pallaya , jayamahal road) , mastan baba ( now dargah in m.r pallaya , jayamahal road ), hazrath moinuddin auliya ( now dargah in bangerpet), peer zoohuruddin shah qadri ( now dargah in m.r pallaya , jayamahal road ), hazrath shamshuma ( now the dargah in Bangarpet ) visited dargah of hazrath lalu bhai qasir (r.a) for roohani faiz and duas after his death. 

Also all the above auliyas use to listen and respect the arifana kalam of hazrath lalu bhai qaisr ( r.a) . In his life time only hazrath shamshuma (bangerpet auliya) , khwaja qaseer (son and caliph of hazrath lalu bhai qasir ) and hazrath moinuddin hazrath (bangerpet auliya) became mureeds and were blessed by the hazrath lalubhai qasir (ra) . All three above mentioned auliyas are of great heights in wilayat and are famous and now have big dargahs today.
The sufiyana or arifana kalam of hazrath lalu bhai qasir became famous in balapur, ramanagaram, pengonda sharif, daknikotta, hosur, tirpatur and other places. There are many languages found in his kalam like arabic, farsi, kannanda, telgu, tamil, sanskrit etc. All peers and mashayaks know about the arifana kalam of hazrath khwaja lalu bhai qasir chisti (ra).
Abdulla saheb ( Muthawalli & Imam of Housur ) also rendered many services and Khimats to Hazrath Lalu Bhai Qasir R.A and Mufti Moulana Mayel saheb has written many poems about the said saint. Hazrath mehshar rehbari ( one of the great and prominent urdu poet of bangalore) is known as shayer-e-astana hazrath lalu bhai qasir (ra) Because he was the only urdu poet who has written many poems and rendered his other services to the said sufi saint contineuously for many years in Bangalore.
One of the sher of late hazrath mehshar rehbarri bangalore on auliyas :
Qasam allah ki kul kayenath allah walon ki
Misala-e- ayeena hai pak zaat allah walon ki
Muqam apna badal lete hain chup jate hain nazron se
Kahan hoti hai batao wafaat allah walon ki

The Bihari Sufis

The Bihari Sufis, who belonged to the Wajudia School, believed that 'Everything is He (Hama Oast) 'and reconciled religion with philosophy. Some of the early Bihari Muslims, as Sheikh Aaz of Karo (Gaya) and Ahmad Bihari, held views for which they were ordered for confinement and punished with chains. According to H. Shuaiv, Sultan Firuz Shah Tughluq at the instance of the orthodox Ulema of Delhi put the saint of Sheikhpura, Sheikh Aaz and Ahmad Bihari to death. Researches have revealed that Sufism had reached Bihar and its neighbouring regions even before the Turkish conquest. Its earliest adherents belonged to the Chisty and Soharwardia order of the Sufis.
Some of the well-known representatives of the Chisty order were Hazrat Mohammed Shahab-ud-din (RA) or 'Pir Jagjot' of Jethuli, Hazrat Badr-e-Alam of Choti Dargah, Hazrat Mir Fazlullah Gosain of Daira, Hazrat Farid-ud-din Tawaila Bux of Chandpura, Hazrat Ahmad Isa Taj of Bhaisaur, Hazrat Ataullah Baqhdadi of Mir Dad and Hazrat Syed Sadr-ud-din Zahidi (RA) - all belonging to the town of Biharsharif (Nalanda).
Saran, another notable center of activity of the Chisty Sufis, acquired considerable fame for its association with such scholarly saints as HazratMir Zahi Madariad Sarani of Sepaha, Hazrat Abdul Malik of Ushri and Hazrat Mohammed Syed Hasan of Hasanpura. Though the Shuttaria orders have now sunk into oblivion, there was a time when they had a great hold on the people of Bihar. Hazrat Syed Jamal-ud-din Madar of Makanpur (Uttar Pradesh) who had come over to Bihar was a well-known representative of the Madaria order. His mausoleum at Hilsa contains a dated inscription. One of the greatest Sufis of the Shuttaria order was Hazrat Abul Faiz Qazin Ola of Bania Basarh, near Vaishali.
The Qadri order is said to be "now one of the chief Sufi order of this province. We had one of its best representatives, Hazrat Sayed Muhammad of Amjhar Sarif in the Aurangabad district". The most important of all the Sufi orders in Bihar, however, was the Soharwardia, especially its sub-section, the Firdausia Silsila, one of whose most celebrated saints was Hazrat Sharf-ud-din Ahmad, who was born at Maner in 1262 and died at Biharsharif in 1377. The Mosques and Khankahs of the Sufi saints and preachers soon became centers of learning and veritable madarsas. Saif Khan's mosque and madarsa with its many saintly scholars on its staff, flourished till the end of the eighteenth century. The mosque of Hazrat Ataullah Zasinabi at Phulwari, bearing an inscription of Akbar's time, still stands and the madarsa still continues. Mulla Abul Husan of Darbhanga, the saintly scholar who taught Princess Zebunnisa, the accomplished daughter of Emperor Aurangzeb, and the five scholarly members of the syndicate that compiled Fatwa-i-Alamgiri, were all great saints of their time.
In Bihar, there are hundreds of holy places associated with various Sufi Saints. Some of ;those places are :-

Maner Sharif (Patna)
It is a large village of historical antiquities, situated in the extreme northwest of Danapur Sub-division, about 32-kms west of Patna on Patna-Arrah Highway.
In the early ages Maner was a center of learning and it is said that grammarian Panini, and also Bararuchi, lived and studied here. Maner contains two well-known Mohammedan tombs, that of Hazrat Shah Daulat or Makhdum Daulat, known as the Chhoti Dargah, and the other that of Hazrat Sheikh Yahia Maneri or Makhdum Yahia, called the Bari Dargah. Hazrat Makhdum Daulat died at Maner in 1608, and Ibrahim Khan, Governor of Bihar and one of the saint's disciples completed the erection of his mausoleum in 1616. The building is exceptionally fine one, with walls containing carvings of great delicacy and high finish. It stands on a raised platform, and at each corner rises a slender tower of graceful proportions. A great dome crowns it, and the ceiling is covered with carved inscriptions from the Quran. Every detail of it is characteristic of the architecture of Jehangir's reign, and it is by far the finest monument of the Mughals in Eastern India. Inside the compound there is a mosque also built by Ibrahim Khan in 1619, while a fine gateway bearing an older inscription corresponding to 1603-01, affords access to the north. The tomb of Hazrat Yahia Maneri (RA) lies in a mosque to the east of a large tank, with masonry walls and ghats, and pillared porticos jutting out into it, which is connected with the old bed of the River Sone by a tunnel 400-ft long.

Phulwari Sharif (Patna)
Nearly 7 kms from Patna junction Railway Station, Phulwari Sharif is an important Islamic pilgrimage. It has been always a favorite abode of Sufi saints in various times. Hazrat Pir Muzibullah Qadri (RA) was on of those in the 18th Century. The Khankah Muzibia founded by him at Phulwari Sharif is called the Bari Khankah. An old Madarsa here has been the most important center for teaching of Islamic philosophy since its establishment. There is also an archaeologically important and worth seeing ancient Sangi Masjid (mosque) built of red stones at Phulwari Sharif. The Mughal Emperor Humayun built it. Sacred hairs of the beard of Paigamber Hazrat Muhammad Saheb is preserved here in the Bari Khankah that
attracts throngs of his followers and a big mela is held every year.
Biharsharif (Nalanda)
This is headquarters of Nalanda district that lays 30-kms south of Bakhtiarpur on NH-31. This is also a railhead on the Bakhtiarpur- Rajgir branch line of the eastern Indian Railway. This town is known as Biharsharif, owing to its many Muslim tombs that still retain traces of its former importance as a Muslim pilgrimage. There is a hill called Pir Pahari, about 1-km to the northwest of the town. At its summit is the dargah or mausoleum of the Saint Hazrat Mallik Ibrahim Bayu, round which are tem smaller tombs. It is a brick structure surmounted by a dome and bears inscriptions showing that the saint died in 1353. Another great dargah is that of Hazrat Makhdum Shah Sharif-ud-din, also called Makhdum- ul -Mulk, who died here in 1379; the inscription over the entrance shows that his tomb was built in 1569. This tomb, which stands on the south bank of the river, is held in great veneration by the local Mohammedans, who assemble here on the 5th day of Sawan to celebrate the anniversary of his death.The Chhoti Dargah is the shrine of Hazrat Badruddin Badr-I-Alam, famous saint who died here in 1440.

Goraul Sharif (Sitamarhi)
This is a Muslim pilgrimage, some 26-kms from the Sitamarhi town. The place is treated to be very sacred after Bihar Sharif and Phulwari Sharif.

Khankah Emadia, Mangal Talab, Patna Saheb (Patna)
One of the offsprings in the family of prominent Sufi Saint Hazrat Pir Muzibullah Qadri (RA) had founded another Khankah during 19th Century near a tank called Mangal Talab that is situated in the Patna City Chowk area. It is called Khankah Emadia that houses a Madarsa. An Urs is held here annually when throngs of devotees assemble and pay their respect to their beloved Sufi Saint.
Khankah Samarkandia (Darbhanga)

Mausoleum of a Muslim saint, named Hazrat Maulana Samarkandi Rahamtullah Alaih is situated about one and half kilometers east of mohallah Mishra Tola and on the westerly south corner of a tank known as Sukhi Dighi, south of the Darbhanga railway station. It is said that the saint had demonstrated miracles on many occasions and had helped people overcome their problems. It is said that the saint hand established here a Khankah about 132 years back. The annual Urs of the saint is held here in the month of July. Women are not allowed to participate in the Urs.
Dargahs, Mazars, Tombs and Mausoleums

Dargah Sharif of Mittan Ghat, Patna Saheb (Patna)
A beautiful double storied mosque was built by Mugal Prince Azim on the banks of the Ganges at Mittan Ghat in Patna City area that was previously called Azimabad during the reign of Mugal Emperor Aurangzeb. This mosque was built for Mulla Mittan who was teacher of the Prince. It was the place from where the great Sufi Saint Hazrat Makhdum Muneem used to preach his disciples during the 18th Century. The ancient mosque still exists and is popularly known as Dargah Sharif. Every year, after five days of the "Id" festival, an annual Urs Chiraga is held here when devotees assemble at this Dargah Sharif in great numbers.
Dargah of Hazrat Saiyadana Mohammad Jilani Amjhari Qadri (RA)
Amjhar Sharif (Aurangabad)

Amjharsharif is an important Islamic pilgrimage in the Aurangabad district. It is about 10 kiometers from Panchrukhia on the Daudnagar - Gaya Road ( about 100 kms from Patna) under Haspura Police Station. There is an ancient Mazar (Grave) of a Muslim saint Hazrat Saiyadana Mohammad Jilani Amjhari Quadri. His Urs Mubaraq (Anniversary) is celebrated here in the first week of Rabi Allab (June) every year. Thousands of Muslim pilgrims visit this place from all over India on this auspicious occasion. Holy Hairs of the Saint, which is still preserved here, are put on Holy Display during the Annual Urs.
Dargah of Shah Arzan's (Lakri Dargah), (Gopalganj)
The village is situated about 24-kms north of Siwan and has apparently derived its name from a Muslim tomb that it contains. The tomb is that of a Mohammedan saint named Hazrat Shah Arzan who hailed from Patna. It is said he was attracted by the solitude of the place and had performed a chilla or a religious contemplation of 40 days. He also set up a religious establishment, which was endowed by the Emperor Aurangazeb. The anniversary of the saint's death is celebrated on the 11th of Rabi-us-sani every year, which attracts a large crowd.

Dargah of Hazrat Shah Zahoor, Bazidpur (Nawada)
The famous Dargah of the great Saint Shah Zahoor Ali Warsi (of 19th Century) is situated in Bazidpur village under Nawada district. Special feature of this historical Dargah is it's strong following both among Muslims and Hindus.A colourful congregation is witnessed on the occasion of annual "Urs-e-Mubarak" which is held on the 28th day of 'Iddul Azha' according to Islamic calendar. This celebration is now carried on by the fifth generation of the great saint " Shah Zahoor Ali Warsi".

Dargah of Makhdum Hazrat Sultan Ahmed Charampose, Biharsharif (Nalanda)
The biggest and the oldest building of Mohalla-Amber in the Biharsharif town (Nalanda), is Tomb of Hazarat Makhdum Sultan Saiyad Shah Ahmed Charampose Teg Barhana Rahmatulla Alaih. He was born in the year 1236 and passed away in 1335 (according to Islamic calendar 657 - 776 Hizri). He is ranked to a very high order among other Sufi saints and Auliahs. Many stories about the Saint are prevalent among people even today. According to one such story, the Saint was once on a visit to Tibbet. The Ruler and people of that state, for their misconceptions, tried to inflict harm on him. The saint, for his self-defense, just raised one of his fingers and heads of those mischievous people instantaneously fell off their bodies. After this incident, adjective of "Tang Barhana" (A Sword out of the Sheath) was added to the Saint's name. Another adjective of "Charampose" is added to his name for that, he always wore skin of a Dumba (specie different from ordinary goat), which was offered to him by Hazrat Hussain Pyare, his chief disciple.Thousands and thousand of people participate in the "Urs" celebrated here in memory of the Saint every year.

Dargah of Hazrat Shekh Sharifuddin Yahya Maneri, Biharsharif (Nalanda)
Another great dargah at Biharsharif is that of Makhdum Shah Sharif-ud-din, also called Makhdum- ul -Mulk, who died here in 1379. An inscription over entrance of the dargah shows that his tomb was built in 1569. It stands on the south bank of the river and is held in a great veneration by the local Mohammedans, who assemble here on the 5th day of Sawan to celebrate anniversary of his death.

Dargah of Hazrat Masar Dewan, Masurhi (Bhojpur)
The village, which is situated 5-kms east of Jagdishpur, has a 300 years old grave of a Muslim saint Masar Dewan. It is held as sacred by the Muslims.
Mazar of Mamu-Bhagina, Minapur

Shaistha Khan, the maternal uncle of Aurangzeb, erected a tomb known as Mamu Bhagana ki Kabar. It is situated near the pond of Shivai Singh in the mouza of Jarwa. Taj Khan built the tomb of Makhdum Shah Abul Fateh Sheikh Shuttari in mouza Tangaul. The tomb of Bar Khurdar Aulia Shaheb is near Hatsarganj police outpost. In Mohalla Khatte Ruknuddin there are two tombs, one of Hafiz Barkhurdar and to the east of it is the tomb of his disciple Ruknuddin Shaheb. The tomb of Hazrat Maohiuddin alias Pir Damaria Shaheb is in Minapur, which is built of marble. Other tombs of Kamaluddin Shaheb and Khaja Mohiuddin Chisti, disciple of Baba Fariduddin Gunj Shakar Multani are also here. Emperor Jahangir built the tomb of Syed Haji, son of Syed Dost Muhammad. The tomb of Hazrat Jalaluddin Abdul is to the east of Nepali temple. The tomb of Khwaja Bhil is on mouza Chakbhil near Bagmati. He was also a disciple of Baba Gunj Shakar.
Mazar of Hajrat Jandaha (Vaishali)
The grave of a revered Muslim Saint is still pointed out at Hazrat Jandaha, 32 kms east of Hajipur and about 14 kms north of Mahnar village in the Hajipur sub-division of the Vaishali district. The Saint gave this name to the place and the river that flows past it, was known as Diwan Sah Ali. It is said that one hot summer day he felt very thirsty, and asked a by-stander to fetch him some water. The man was rude enough to reply that there was no water to be had close by. At this the Shah got very angry, and in his anger called on the water to flow that way, saying ' Biah ' (Persian-- ' Come '). Immediately a river began to approach the place, cutting away intervening land and causing devastation and ruin to the villages as it advanced. This so terrified the neighbouring people that they came in a body and implored the Shah to have pity on them and cause the river to spare their lands. He then called out Jandah (do not drown) and the river stopped encroaching and began to flow quietly in its present channel. Thus the river was called Baya and the town Jandaha. This Diwan Sah Ali was himself the subject of miracle, performed on him in his infancy by his uncle, who was equally remarkable and he lived in Hajipur where his tomb is still pointed out. His name was Makhdum Shah Abdul Fatah. It is said that, on one occasion, during one of his fits of ecstasy, which lasted for long periods, he threw his nephew Shah Ali who was only six days old into the river Gandak calling on the river saint Khwaja Khizr to educate him and take care of him. After six years, when he had recovered his mother told him what he had done and what a grievous injury he had caused to his brother and sister-in-law, who had never ceased bewailing the loss of their only child. Thereupon Makhdum Shah told her not to grieve, and going to the river said--" Khawaja Khizr, give me back my nephew, whom I committed to your care six years ago. " On this, the river began to roll and out came the boy, roved and jeweled like prince. Though young, he was thoroughly conversant with all the religious laws, and afterwards became the famous Hazrat Shah Ali from whom Hazrat Jandaha got its name. There is a mosque situated a few steps away from the river appertaining to the 15th Century.

Mazar of Kanti (Muzaffarpur)
Kanti is an important and progressive village about 15 kms from Muzaffarpur to the west on the road between Motipur and Muzaffarpur. It is situated on a Man (water channel). There is a Mazarof a Muslim saint, which draws a large crowd throughout the year.

Mazar of Khwaja Pir's, Saran Khas (Saran)
A village in the Sadar subdivision 40 kms northeast of Chapra and 25 kms north of Manjhi. It contains extensive ancient remains now covered for the most part by cultivated fields. There is an abrupt rise at Makdum Shah's dargah, a little south of Harpur, which continues for a couple of miles south till it terminates somewhat more abruptly beyond Khwaja Pir's Mazar. On the east of this elevated site suns a stream known locally by two names, Gandaki and Saryu. This is well defined and may have been a channel made in ancient days for water supply. West of this and parallel to it, the high ground extends for an average width of not less than about half a kilometer. On approaching the southern end a pile near a mound is observed, on which are the remains of a brick building. It is learnt that this pile is the Ganj-i-Shahi-dan or martyr's heap near the traditional Rajas's kot. This indicates a desperate assault at some time on a Hindu stronghold. Further on, there are Khwaja Pir's Mazar, and two tombs on an open enclosure.

Mazar of Makdum Saiyed Hasan Chisti, Hasanpura (Siwan)
The village is situated about 21-kms south of Siwan on the Bank of Dhanai River. According to tradition, Makdum Saiyed Hasan Chisti, a saint who came from Arabia to India and settled here, founded this village. He also founded a Khankah (religious institution) here. The village contains remains of a large mosque and tomb of the Saint, which is visited by both Hindus and Muslims. The grave is a large open court to the west of the village.
Mazar of Hazrat Data Kambal Shah, Pakki Sarai (Muzaffarpur)
About 4 kms from Muzaffarpur there is a mausoleum of Hazrat Data Kambal Shah Rahamtullah Alaih who was a Muslim saint. It is said that he did hold position of a Qutab in the Muzaffarpur city in his times. Many stories of his miracles are prevalent in the society. The annual Urs of the saint is held here every year after the 7th day of the "Id" festival that continues for next 6 days. Thousands of devotees from every nook and corner of country come here to participate in the said Urs.

Mazar of Hazrat Bibi Kamaal Sahiba, Kako (Jehanabad)
The village is the headquarters of the block of the same name and is situated on the Jehanabad-Biharsharif road, about 10-kms east of Jehanabad railway station. According to a local legend, Ram Chandra's stepmother, Rani Kaikeyi of Ayodhya lived here for sometime and the village took its name after her. The village has also a Mazar of Hazrat Bibi Kamaal Sahiba, a great Muslim lady saint. It is said that this lady was the aunt of Hazrat Makhdum Saheb of Biharsharif and possessed divine powers.

Mazar of Sufi Ahmad Sajjad, Panhessa (Nalanda)
Panhessa is a village on Biharsharif - Rajgir road in the Nalanda district. This village was abode of Maulana Abul Mohasin Mohammad Sajjad who was a great religious scholar of Islamic pantheon. He was the founder of the Emarat-e-Sharia, Phulwarishariff that has the highest order among the Muslim's institution. Ahmad Sajjad was elder brother of the Maulana. He also was a great Sufi saint of his times. He was a very popular saint and the people had deep regards for him. Stories of the saint's miracles are still prevalent among natives of the village. His Mazar is located near a mosque in the village where Urs of the great Sufi Saint is celebrated every year on the 27th day of Muharram. Considerably large numbers of Muslims, as well as, Hindu devotees participate in the Urs.

Mausoleum of Sher Shah (Rohtas)
The great mausoleum of Sher Shah is situated in the western outskirts of the town in the center of a large excavated tank or lake. This beautiful and impressive structure was built towards the middle of the 16th century. Hexagonal in shape and built of stone, it is the second highest tomb in India. It is a fine specimen of Pathan architecture that catches eyes of tourists at the very first glance.

Tomb of Hasan Khan Sur (Rohtas)
The old tomb of Hassan Khan Sur, father of Sher Shah is also known as Sukha Rauza. It is situated in the heart of the Sasaram town. This tomb contains inside its courtyard, a small mosque and a madarsa or school. Outside the compound wall on the western side there is a large stepped well with stone ghats on its southern and eastern sides, covered galleries on the north and west and a large well in its center.

Tomb of Chandan Shahid (Rohtas)
This is situated on the summit of the hill, hardly 30 feet to the east of the above cave. There is also an old mosque at the foot of the hill that contains an inscription referring to its construction during the reign of Jehangir in 1613 A.D.

Tomb of Pir Pahar (Munger)
About 5-kms east of the town is a hill called Pir Pahar, from the top of which a fine view of the surrounding country is obtained. The hill is called after an old Mohammedan saint or Pir. There are two old tombs side by side at the foot of the hill, on one of which there is an inscription to the memory of one Mary Anne Beckett, who died in 1832, while the other has a damaged inscription showing, till a few years ago, that it is in memory of a person named D'Oyly; the portion containing the name has now disappeared.

Tomb of Mulla Muhammad Said (Munger)
This is situated on the top of the bastion at the southwest angle of the fort. The Mulla was a Persian poet and had come to India from Mazandran near the Caspian Sea, during the reign of the Emperor Aurangazeb, who employed him as a tutor to his daughter Zibunnisa Begum. The Mulla died in 1704 A.D. and his tomb existed till the early years of this century, when it was demolished and the grave removed.

Tomb of Pir Shah Nufa (Munger)
The building is raised inside the southern gate of the fort on the top of a small mound, about 25' high. The building of the tomb consists of a domed tomb chamber with a prayer room or mosque and a rest room attached to it. A few carved stones are to be seen embedded in the low platform to the south of the tomb, and disfigured with unsightly holes or depressions made by those who believed in their efficacy to cure certain diseases of children.

Other objects of attraction : Pirganj
Gadh of Pir Saheb is situated 13 kms North from headquarters of the Supaul block and 4 kms South of headquarters of the Kishunpur block. This gadh is spread over an area of about 60 acres. There is a block of stone, which is said to be gradually increasing in shape and size and has become larger than the earlier. This stone has now interestingly become a sacred object. It is said that one can easily lift it up if he has a deep regard for it, on the contrary he cannot do so if he has even a little bit of disregard for the same. As said, earlier some thieves tried to steal away this stone but could not do so. They had to abandon the stone before they get out of the periphery, as they turned blind and the stone itself came back to it's original position.

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(Air Route Map) Nearest Airport
Patna (61 kms) / Gaya (158 kms)
By rail (Rail Route Map) Nearest railheads Hazipur; Muzaffarpur(34 kms)
By road Connected by good roads with all Indian cities.
Where to Stay : Bihar State Tourism Development Corporation's Hotels at Vaishali and Muzaffarpur

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Allah and Rasool Allah Sal lalahu Alaihi wa Sallam Aap ki har mushkil door kare. Ameen. Aap ki har jayes tamana puri kare. Ameen. Aap ki and Aap ke Ghar walon ki hayati ki darasi karne. Ameen. Ap aur Ghar walon ke upar tah qayamat tak Auliya Allah and buzurgan-e-deen ka saaya rahe. Ameen. Aap ko Ghar walon ko deen aur duniya me kamiyabee hasil kare. Ameen. Ya Rabbil 'Alameen.
Allah humma Salle 'ala Syedina wa Maulana wa Rahati Qulubina wa Shafiya Zunubina wa Tabeeba Zaherana wa Batina Mohammedinw wa 'Ala Alihi wo Ashabihi wo Auliyahi wa Ummatihi bi Rahmatika ya Ar-Rahmarraheem wal Hamdullilahi Rabbil 'Alameen.
Allah aur Rasool-e-Kareem, Sal-lal-lahu Alaihi Wa Sallam and Hazrat Allauddin Kaazan Shattari (RA) almaroof Hazrat Shaikh Mohammed Ulaa (RA), Hazrat Abul Fatah Hidayatullah Sarmast (RA) and Hazrat Shah Zahoor Haji Huzoor (RA)

Pir Shah Nafah Shrine {Bihar}

Pir Shah Nafah Shrine : There is an inscription on the entrance of the Dargah which speaks:
“Bari Aalee Teri Sarkar Hai Nafah-Shah; Mashaa-Allah Sakhi Darbar Hai Nafah-Shah.’

In the present fort area the oldest building inside the fort is a sacred Muhammdan shrine built on an elevated piece of ground near the southern gate. It is said that it was a mazar of a Pir or Saint whose name is still unknown. He is said to have traveled from Persia to Ajmer and from there came down to Munger under the instructions from Khwaza Moin-Uddin Chisti- the famous Sufi Saint and Lived at Munger for many years and also died here in 596 A.H, corresponding to 1177 A.D. He was buried in an obscure place near the ramparts and with the lapse of years exact burial place was forgotten. Ultimately, in 1497 A.D. when the ramparts of the fort being repaired by the Governor, Prince Danyal.
It was he who ordered a mosque to be built over that place. So since 1497 the particular place has been known as the Dargah of Shah Nafah, nafah being a Persian word meaning ‘pod of musk.’ Over the gateway there is an inscription set up by Prince Danyal and a round the Shrine are many old tombs in a delapitated state. There is a popular tradition that Prince danyal got a divine dream about the exact location of the Dargah of Shah Nafah. A hint was given to him that the Dargah existed where the earth gave out the fragrance of Nafah (Kasturi).
It is significant to note that the Dargah attracts not only the Muslims but also the Hindus of the town. The offering of Chaddar and holding a musicial programme has become an annual feature on 1st of January every year. The dargah is said to be the protector of the town and a place of wish fulfillments. All those who pass through the road bow their heads in remembrance of the of the Great Saint.