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5 Mosques In India Which Are Sign Of Muslim-Hindu Unity

5 Mosques In India Which Are Sign Of Muslim-Hindu Unity

You can not get the culture and customs like India anywhere in the world. India believes in Unity in Diversity. So, no one can break the unity and brotherhood of Hindu and Muslim. If you are to see the real Hindustan, you can go to any dargah of the country. If you go there, you can get a living depiction of unity in a moment. You can see that there are Hindus who take the blessings apart from Muslims there. 

Let us tell you about some of these similar places of India today. These places basically belong to the Muslim religion but equally worshiped by Hindus.

Dargah Ajmer Sharif:

Dargah Ajmer Sharif has great importance in India. If you are Hindustani then you will have heard of this dargah of Ajmer. People of every religion have faith in Khwaja Ji's dargah. This dargah is of Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti ji. Dargah Sharif is also unprecedented in terms of its architecture. Here is the beautiful union of Iranian and Indian architecture. Dargah was built during Humayun's reign. Now because Khwaja Moinuddin Chishtiji came from Iran, then it is certain that there will be a mix of two cultures here.

Haji Ali Dargah:

Built in the early 19th century, the famous Haji Ali Dargah in Mumbai is famous all over the world. Located in the middle of the Arabian Sea, this dargah is located 500 yards away from the sea. It is not only for Hindus and Muslims, but for people of other religions, it is equally the center of faith.

Baba Kamar Ali Darvesh Dargah:

Hazrat Kamar Ali Darveesh Baba's Dargah is located in Shivpur village on the Pune-Bangalore Highway. Almost 700 years ago the Saint Hazrat Kamar Ali was buried here. He died at the age of 18. If you believe in miracles then you should go here once. There is a stone of 90 kg in the dargah, which you can pick up 11 people using each one of their fingers.

Bihar Sharif's Dargah:

Bihar Sharif, located in Bihar's Patna district, was once a special place of the University of Odantapuri, where people came from distant places to get the education of Buddhism. Here is the world famous mausoleum of Pir Makhdoom Shah, built by the Mughals, which is an excellent example of Mughal architectural art. It is also called small dargah. This grave is located on the top of the hill. This structure is made of rare quality bricks, which has faced the challenges of time, weather and looting for the last 600 years. Within this dome there are 10 graves of his family members besides the saint.