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The Haji Ali Dargah or tomb is a famous mosque in Mumbai. It is situated at the heart of the city and is one of the famous landmarks of Mumbai. Located on a little island isolated from the coast of Worli, it sits in the southern part of Mumbai. People from all parts of the world without restrictions of caste, creed and religion visit Haji Ali Dargah to offer their prayers and for the fulfilment of their wishes by the blessings of the Saint Pir Haji Ali Shah Bukhari.
The Indo- Islamic mixed culture shines through this place erected in the honour of Sayed Peer Haji Ali Shah Bukhari who gave up all his wealth before making his journey to Mecca. He travelled around the world in order to spread peace and finally settled in Mumbai. Lots of devotees visit the shrine on Thursdays and Fridays in hope for the blessing of the legendary saint.
One can find the Sufi musicians playing music on the shrine. It is custom for the males to cover their heads with clothes before entering the holy shrine. The structure of the shrine is made of while marble, adding to its elegance. It is the custom that the tomb within the mosque is covered by a red and green colored cloth. The main hall has marble pillars with many mirrors hanging from the wall. This amazing melange of cultures is a wonderful sight to see.
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One of the most peaceful place on earth and it's a must visit to enjoy the spirit of GOD. It's a 500m walk to the main hall and the walk is on the pebbles. The Pilgrimage is magical and magnificent. The nice songs sung at the outside the hall shall make your soul at peace...
One of the holiest Sufi of Islam. But this place needs to be reviewed with some reality check aspects also. The place is heaven for beggars of kind. You would find most of them sitting on the sea walk way and some at the entrance of sea walk way and dargah respectively. For Cleanliness only 1 star for the place and its surroundings. Very worst level of cleanliness you can expect. And the current dargah structure needs serious overhauling and the work is carried out at a snail pace speed. When there is a high tide and when you are crossing the sea walk way, you will find local slum kids waiting for your foot wear to get washed with the wave and will demand 100-200 Rupees to give it back to you. Some times more than that. And there you will find them exchanging harsh and bad words with the pilgrims. And I am also surprised to see that the sea walk way still submerge during high tides and this phenomena is same since last couple of years. Don't the management ever thought of raising the height of the sea walk way since this long years to make it accessible 24x7 for people at large. ??? The only place I loved is the mosque at the entrance of walk way. Clean and maintained.
Must see spot irrespective of religion. The walk in the stone pathway above the sea is too good. Just check out the tide timings before hand in the website. Or else you might go there and the stone path might be submerged due to high tides.
Certainly a nice place to visit; especially crossing the causeway short after opening with some crowd is refreshing fun at a windy day. The mosque itself is in good condition though some more restauration would really shape the outstanding image out.
Very well situated in the Arabian sea. Pilgrims & worshippers from different religions come here to pray. Every section of the society like to offer praying here.