Suif Shrines in Nasik -Maharashtra -INDIA

City: Nasik District: Nasik State: Maharashtra

Hazrat Chand Shah wali Qadri was born in Medina and Spent his childhood on the yard of Rasuul e pak. one day hazrat got dream from Russul e pak. that he has to go to Baghdad and become murid of Hazrat Gauss e azam. and get joined in Quadri silsila. Chand shahwali went baghdad and met Hazart Gauss e Pak.

It is said that Chand shah wali is the first Murid and Khalifa of Hazart Guass e azam.
Hazrat chandshahwali spent 10-15 years in service of Guass e azam.
He was the one of the 16 saiyyad.

Then hazart left for Hindustan in 1400 palkhi along with hazarat jalaluddin Bokhari and Bismillah Kuressi RA  for Spreding Islam.


Hazart has  won many Forts than any other aulia and Guass e azam has given him Lakab of ” The King of Forts.”


There is debate about the original Mazar of Hazrat Chand shah wali. according to information i have, Hazart spent most of his life in Jalgaon District of maharshtra. but he got Parada at ankai Fort in nasik district, 8 from Manmad.



Hazart has only one younger brother, hazart Pehlawan shah Baba. both brothers are unmarried.


We have displayed pictures of Ankai Fort where Hazart has main mazar. Ankai fort 3400 ft high.while reaching Hazarts mazar we come through seven Buland Doors of fort.


Hazrat Peer Ghode Sawaar Baba Alaih Rehman

The dargah is located in takdi fata, Nasik.

Peer Sayed Sadique Shah Hussaini Sarmast Madni Naqui Chisti (R.A)

Sufi Shrines in Solapur , Maharashtra , India

City: Solapur District: Solapur State: Maharashtra

1) Hazrat Saiful Mulk Chisti (rehmatullahe aleh)
Hydra Sharif Tal, Akkalkot, Dist.Solapur

2) Hazrat Shaikh Nooruddin Chishi (rehmatullahe aleh)
Akkalkot Dist., Solapur.

3. Hazarat Shah Zahur Dargah – Hazarat Shah Zahur Dargah is located at Solapur in Maharashtra. It is dedicated to Hazarat Shah, a Muslim saint who had performed several miracles. A festival is held here on 10th, 11th and 12th of the Muslim month Safar every year.

Solapur is a city and a municipal corporation in South Western Maharashtra, India near the Karnataka border and is the administrative headquarters of Solapur District. Solapur is one of the four districts that form the region of Western Maharashtra (the other three districts are Satara, Kolhapur and Sangli. It is the fourth largest district in Maharashtra in terms of land area (behind Mumbai, Pune and Nagpur) and seventh largest in terms of population.[1] Solapur is a melting pot with a confluence of Kannada, Telugu and Marathi cultures. It is an important junction on the north-south railway line. Solapur is a city with an array of small and medium scale industries. It has been is a leading center for cotton mills and power looms, though recent times have seen these industries relocate elsewhere. Solapur bed-sheets (‘chaddars’) have earned fame and reputation for their novel designs and durability[citation needed]. The chief deity of the city is Shri Siddeshwar. The “Nandidhwaj” procession on Makar Sankranti fair is attended by millions of devotees.

Solapur is transport hub connecting Maharashtra, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh and also Tamil Nadu. It is well connected by Road and Rail to major districts and cities. Akkalkot is the site of Akkalkot Swami Maharaj Math, visited yearly by huge number of people from Maharashtra and neighbouring Karnataka. Also an annual fair is held in the month of January wherein huge crowd comes from various parts of country, which is called as Gadda Fair in vernacular language.

Sufi Shrines in District Sangli, State Maharashtra – India.

Dargaah of Sheikhul Mashayak Shaikh Abdul Kadir Badshah Chistee Nizamee Bandanawazee (R.A) in Roza Shareef, District Sangli, State Maharashtra – India.
This Dargaah was build 500 years ago by Adilshah Badshah, Bijapur located around 20 km from Sangli.

The dargah is called as Kadir Badshah (Dada Peer) and is known for its secularism as people of all faiths and religions visit this dargah. Urs of Kadir Badshah is held every 19th day of Jamadil Awwal.


Dargah of Khwaja Shamnamira of Miraj

Dargah of Miraj : This dargah was built about 500 years ago. The dargah is called as Khaja Meersaheb dargah and is known for its secularism as people of all faiths and religions visit this dargah. A music festival is held every year and reformed musicians and singers perform here. Dargaah is located in MIRAJ and is almost 10 Kms far from Sangli.

Sufi shrines in PUNE – INIDA


Hazrat Babajan (r.a.)

Hazrat Babajan (c. 1806 – September 21, 1931) was a Baloch Muslim saint considered by her followers to be a sadguru or qutub. Born in Balochistan, Afghanistan, she lived the final 25 years of her life in Pune, India.

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Hazrat Shamshuddin Saheb Qadri alaihir rehmaan (Pune)
This dargah is located near Khadki railway station, on main highway, Pune.


Qamar Ali Shah Dervish in Shivapur near Pune.



Hazrat Qamar Ali Darvesh ( Rahmathullahi Alaih )
Eight hundred years ago, a Muslim family consisting of a father, mother and son, arrived from the West of India to live in the nearby village of Darodi. At that time a gymnasium existed on the spot where the shrine now stands. Two large stones were used by wrestlers for exercise purposes. A group of men would surround a stone and lift it to strengthen their hands, wrists and forearms. The boy’s parents insisted that their son visit the gymnasium and indulge in the manly sports. But the boy, Qamar Ali Darvesh, was not like the others.

The young boy’s interests lay in other directions. He exhibited a hypersensitive nature and appeared to possess strange paranormal powers even at an early age. Being the `outcast’ of the gymnasium he continually suffered the mockery of the other members. His lack of interest in competitive sport plus his physical inadequacy branded him a `weakling’ in the eyes of the more athletically minded. “You think I’m stupid and weak… that I’m not capable of being like you” he one day replied. “Let me tell you this. With all your strength you will not be able to lift the rocks in the manner I prescribe unless you repeat my name”.

Hazrat Qamar Ali Darvesh then proclaimed that the large rock could be raised with just eleven finger tips touching it, but only if his name was loudly called. Likewise, the smaller rock could be raised by using nine finger tips. From that day forward the stones could be raised in the prescribed manner only by applying that formula.

Hazrat Qamar Ali Darvesh became a Sufi, a Greek word derived from the root, `Sophia’, meaning `wisdom’. Sufis are a mystical sect who embrace the esoteric philosophy and doctrine of pure Islam. In the final degrees of Sufism the candidate is initiated into the `mysteries’ — the innermost workings of nature and acquires `divine’ powers.

Hazrat Qamar Ali Darvesh passed from this world at an early age of 18 years and was afterwards proclaimed a saint. His tomb at Shivapur has become a place of pilgrimage since that time and the rocks are ceremoniously levitated by the faithful and others who visit the shrine.

Anyone, believer, non-believer, any member of any faith, an agnostic, a heathen or a sceptic can partake in the levitation ritual; these things have no bearing on the phenomenon whatsoever, thus eliminating the theory of `mind over matter’, the power of belief or strength through faith.

The curious may wonder also why the rocks have not been vandalised or removed from the temple enclosure. Stories state that over the years many have tried to do exactly that. Those who have attempted to desecrate a holy place have always met with disaster.

An additional phenomenon should be mentioned. In the valley just below the shrine water spurts from a wall of rock which forms the source of a series of baths. The water contains healing properties and pilgrims use the baths regularly.

Many spiritual centres and healing centres at `key’ points around the earth exhibit high electro-magnetic field activity which is capable of producing diverse forms of psychic phenomenon in humans. Lourdes in France, Fatima in Portugal, Sedona in the USA are some examples.

A more `scientific’ approach to the explanation of the levitating rocks may be relative to the generation of the exact amount of bio-energy complemented by the sound frequencies which resonate with the particular vibrations of the rocks.

Could Hazrat Qamar Ali Darvesh have been aware of such things? Modern physics today is only beginning to rediscover that which was fundamental to Indian metaphysics millennia ago.


Two large stones, rounded in contour, sit close to each other. A group of men (no women are allowed to partake) will approach either of the stones. The largest, weighing about 70 kilograms, requires 11 men. The other, slightly less in weight, needs nine men, no more, no less, to surround it.

The tip of the index finger of the right hand is then used to touch the rock around the line of its horizontal circumference. When the name of the saint is voiced in unison, holding the lst syllable as long as possible without running out of breath — “Qamar Ali Darve-e-e-e-e-e-sh” the giant rock suddenly springs to life and ascends into the air to a height of approximately two metres and remains in that position until the partakers run out of breath. Then it plummets to the earth with a dull, heavy thud. If these conditions are not met, the rock will not budge from its position on the ground.

This ceremonial raising of the rocks, with perhaps a little Western scepticism at first looking for some rational and logical clue, although instinctively this is pointless, When you investigate enigmas in India over a period of time you realise that logic and rationalism are inadequate procedures by which to evaluate phenomenon outside the scheme of normal things.

After several observations of the ritual I was invited to try. I approached the larger of the two rocks, wrapped my hands underneath it and could just raise it off the ground in this `dead lift’ position. I joined the circle of men with two years of anticipation suddenly becoming a reality.
To lift the stone Elevn people should say the name Qamar Ali Darvesh pointing eleven fingers to the stone. Other than the name of the sufi saint the stones cannot be lifted. This is the miracle even today at dargah sharief.


(1) HAZRAT ABDUL REHMAN SHAH urf SAILANI SHAH hazrat’s mazhar is located at BULDANA sharif in MAHARASHTRA this place is around 400 km from PUNE.

(2) HAZRAT MIRA WALI BABA hazrat’s mazhar is located in MAHARASHTRA at AHMEDNAGAR.(this dargah is next to highway between KULDABAD and PUNE)

(3) HAZRAT MALIK REHAN SHAH hazrat’s mazhar is located in VISHALGADH in RAJAPUR district in MAHARASHTRA

(4) Hazrt Khawja Hashimuddin Baba-Badi Dargha—-Pune, Opp Pune Muncipal Corporation building


Hazrat sayyed ishaq shah qadri (ra) hasni husaine (shahnsha-e-junnar)

Around 500 year back hazrat came to india from sirya , he is hasni husaini sayyed. His father’s mazar is located in sirya where as his grand father’s mazar is in pakistan.

He lived speritul life in a historic towon “junnar” with his family. He had four sons and one doughter, out of his five children one son’s mazar in bejapur and other’s mazarat in junnar. All are spiritully well known.
There is a very beautiful and peaceful khanka sharif where hazrat is taking rest with his family members in khanka sharif.

Urs is cellibrated every year on 10th shaban hundreds of pepole comes from all over india for bleesing.
And with the blessing of hazrat usr is cellibrating in very simple and as per shariat.

To aproach junnar
Junnar is taluka place in pune district of maharashtra state. There are bus services from pune to junnar or from kalyn to junnar. Form junnar st stand you may reach easily at shahinsha’s khanka commonly known as peerzade ka bada.


Hazrath Karam Ali Shah Baba (R.A), Panvel, city

 Panvel and Takagaon

1. Hazrath Karam Ali Shah Baba, Panvel, city.

Main mazar building with reflection in the pond near mazar

Roza mubarak of Karam ali shah baba.

Mazars outside the main roza

View from inside the the mazar building

Hazrat Jalal Shah baba just opposite kamal shah baba

Entry of Four peer mazar in panvel

Roza mubarak of four peer. in panvel city near kamal shah baba

2. Hazrath Jamaluddin Shah Baba in TakaGaon, PANVEL.    


Oldes Nagpur Sufi Shrines, Maharashtra , INDIA

City:Nagpur District: Nagpur State: Maharashtra


Baba Tajuddin of Nagpur Hazrat Tajjudinn Baba, of Nagpur :Tajbagh is situated on the outskirts of the city of Nagpur, which is located in the north Eastern corner of the state of Maharashtra, India. The dargah is approximately fifteen kilometers from the city center. Tajbagh is the name given to both the dargah of Tajuddin Baba, as well as to the general vicinity of the dargah. The surrounding area is quite poor and under developed, with a series of small shops lining the final kilometer or so stretch of the approach road to leading to the shrine.

Tajuddin is associated with two Sufi sheikhs, the Quadiri sheikh Hazrat Abdulla Shah (late 19th century) of Nagpur and Hazrat Daood Chishti (late 19th century) of Sagar. His first contact with a Sufi pir was at the tender age of six, when the local saint Hazrat Abdulla Shah visited Tajuddin’s school in Nagpur. One account reports that the saint…gazed at Tajuddin, took out a piece of sweetmeat from his bag, chewed a bit of it and thrust the rest into Tajuddin’s mouth. He then told one of the teachers standing by : “What can you teach him? He is already well taught in his previous life.” And, addressing the young Tajuddin, he said: “Eat little, Sleep little, and Talk little. While reading Qur’an, read as though the holy Prophet Mohammed has descended upon you.”

This strange incident effected a profound change in Tajuddin. Tears flowed from his eyes continuously for three days and he lost all interest in play and childish pranks. He sought solitude and was always found reading the works of great Sufi Saints and reflecting upon their profound significance (Bharadwaja, 1981, 9).

Later in life, in his late teens, Tajuddin began visiting Hazrat Daood Chishti in Sagar and began following his instructions. He soon fell into a state of majdhubyat (intense attraction to God) and was taken for a madman by most who encountered him. Taunted by children, rejected by his family and friends, he was eventually committed for life to the Nagpur insane asylum by British officials who had been offended by his bizarre behavior. Some time prior to being committed, however, he had already begun to attract a following of local people who understood his condition very differently from the way the British authorities understood it.


Hazrat Baba Syed Sakhluddin Shah R.A Urf Pahalwanshah Baba

Details of Hazrat Sakhluddin Shah Baba in Nagpur.

Address:-Ajni Railway Colony,Near Railway Mens High School.

Hazrat Baba Syed Sakhluddin Shah Baba is of qaudri silsila.
Here Muharram and Urs is celebrated in great enthusiasm and unity.
The Urs of Hazrat is celebrated on 21st November every year.In Muharram there are ten days Langar on every night.On muharram, ALAM(SAVARI) also sits.

There is very rush on the days of Muharram.Muharram is celebrated with the help of khadim Hazrat Bhimraoji Dupare.The incidence that happened in the mahe Muharram is recalled here with great love.



Hazrat Baba Sayyad Sahab Rahmatullahi Ta’ala Alayh

Address- Rajabagh Sawar, Wanjari Nagar, Near Medical College, Nagpur.

Hazrat Urs is celebrated on 21 RabiulAwwal .

Here in muharram, Lot of devotees come. This dargah is famous for Muharram.

This dargah is oldest dargah in Nagpur.

Here Baba Tajuddin Rahmatullahi Ta’ala Alayh also used to come

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