Haji Ali Dargah

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About Haji Ali Dargah, Mumbai

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 religious places in India, Haji Ali Dargah is visited by the people from all parts of the world without restriction of caste and creed. As it is a religious place, there are no tickets for Haji Ali Dargah. However, if you wish to be enlightened on its significance, you can book tickets for Haji Ali Dargah tours with us and get the best deals. Haji Ali Dargah ticket prices come along in all ranges. Thus, it is best for you to get your Haji Ali Dargah as soon as possible.

Haji Ali Dargah Information

  • It is custom for the males to cover their heads with clothes before entering the holy shrine.

Haji Ali Dargah Tickets Prices

  • Entry is free.

Haji Ali Dargah Opening and Closing Hours

  • Suitable time to visit : In the morning hours 

How To Get To Haji Ali Dargah by Public Transport

  • Dargah Rd
  • By Bus station: Haji Ali Bus Stop

Restaurants Near Haji Ali Dargah

  • Cafe Noorani
  • Mainland China Restaurant
  • Copper Chimney

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Address: Dargah Rd, Haji Ali, Mumbai, MH 400026

Phone: 022-23529082

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 05:30 am - 10:00 pm Details

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  • A beautiful serene place. This Dargah (Muslim sacred place) situated right in the middle of the Arabian Sea. The best part of this place is people from all castes and religion visits this place for blessings. Access to Dargah is via a pathway which is open only during low tide. Be careful of the beggars you find on the way towards Dargah.

  • Its a beautiful sacred place which is Irrespective of religion and cast all use to visit this place for blessing. The panoramic view of the surrounding amidst sea is exceptionally well. The way to the Dargah used by lacs of visitors is too dirty to walk peacefully. It should be maintained properly keeping the surroundings clean.This place is magical. It's built on the sea. A path is made in the middle of the sea. The experience is simply superb. The entry is restricted during high tide.

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  • Beautiful sacred place. Irrespective of religion and cast all use to visit this place for blessing. The panoramic view of the surrounding amidst sea is exceptionally well. The way to the Dargah used by lacs of visitors is too dirty to walk peacefully. It should be maintained properly keeping the surroundings clean.

  • The first time I visited this Dargah was in 1970. Since then I have been there countless times, whenever my mind wavered, to get peace. It has never let me down. Another remarkable thing about the Dargah is that it has remained just as it was when I went there first, except perhaps the approach road and the number of visitors.

  • People irrespective of caste or religion go there for prayer. Location is awesome and you need to walk at least 500 to 600m to actually enter Dargah. This pathway during monsoon is 1 or 2 inches under water which gives a awesome feeling.

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