Muslim Shrines in Haryana

The Muslim Shrines of Haryana bear the imprints of the past rulers who once dominated the land of Punjab. Depicting the rich heritage of the Muslim Emperors, the Shrines that still stands with Úlan in Haryana, truly makes for a great tourist appeal and boasts of an infinite pool of travelers throughout the year.

Among the several famous Muslim memorials, the Lakhi Shah and Taqwal Shah Shrines have a distinct identity. Located in the Ambala district, the Shrines majestically portray the taste of the Muslim rulers of the bygone era.

Illustrating the inherent meaning of the sacred scripture of Islam - Koran - the Shrines of Lakhi Shah and Taqwal Shah inspire the faithful Muslim devotees to dedicate themselves to the holy cause of saving and nurturing the mankind. The ancient structures of the Shrines take the tourists back to the ancient periods when Haryana used to be the thriving ground of diverse religious sects and communities.

The other popular Muslim Shrines that prevail in the land of Haryana include:

  • Muslim Shrines of Lakhi Shah and Taqwal Shah
  • Shrine of Khera Baba
  • Shrine of Lohar Pir
  • Baba Farid's Tomb
  • Humayun Mosque
  • Lat Ki Masjid
  • Pranpir Badshah's Tomb
  • Tomb of Razia Sultan
  • Sheikh Chehli Mausoleum
  • Ibrahim Lodi's Tomb
  • Dargah of bu Ali Shah Qalandar
  • Kabuli Shah
  • Mosque
  • Tomb of Khwaja Pir

    Tomb of Khwaja

    The "Tomb of Khwaja Pir" represents the glorious historical and cultural past of our country. Constructed in the 13th century, the tomb was dedicated to the "Khawaja Abdul Shankar". The mausoleum of the "Khawaja Pir" has a great religious significance.

    Apart from being one of the sacred places for the Muslims, the "Tomb of "Khwaja Pir" is also of considerable importance to the followers of the Sikh religion. The great religious leader of the Sikhs "Guru Nanak Ji" took shelter in the tomb with his two most devoted disciples Bala and Madana for about forty days.

    Dargah of Bu Ali Shah Qalandar

    Representing the rich historic and religious fervor of the state of Haryana, the "Dargah of Bu Ali Shah Qalandar" attracts several devotees from all over the world. The giant architectural marvel of the bygone days was constructed by the mighty ruler of Delhi, "Ghias- ud- din" to pay respect to the great Sufi saint. The Emperor was so impressed with the preachings of the Sufi Saint, that he erected a tomb to show his devotion to "Bu Ali Shah", in the 13th Century.

    Located in the historic place of Panipat in the state of Haryana, the "Dargah of Bu Ali Shah" represents the rich architectural skills of the ancient times. The luxuriant garden, the splendid structure and the serene atmosphere of the place fills the tourist with an intense sense of satisfaction and pleasure. The tomb of the great Sufi saint is of spotless white marble that adds to the beauty of the structure. The walls of the "Dargah" are exquisitely adorned with beautiful engravings that displays the development of Mughal Art and Architecture of the bygone golden era.

    Kabuli Shah Mosque

    The "Kabuli Shah Mosque" bears resemblance to the glorious historic past of our country. Located in the district of Panipat in the state of Haryana, the "Kabuli Shah Mosque" was built by the mighty ruler of the Mughal dynasty, "Babur" to celebrate his majestic victory over the able and valiant "Ibrahim Lodhi" in the "First Battle of Panipat" in 1526.

    The "Kabuli Mosque" derived its name from the wife of "Babur" who was called by the name of "Kabuli Begum". Babur was so thrilled over his victory in the historic battle of Panipat that he constructed this giant architectural marvel to celebrate his triumph that virtually altered the destiny of our country. The Mosque reflects the rich artistic skills and creative imagination of the people of the by gone golden era.

    Ibrahim Lodi's Tomb

    Located in the historic place of "Panipat", the "Ibrahim Lodhis Tomb" is a reflection of the rich architectural skills of the ancient times. This huge mausoleum was built by the able ruler "Sher Shah Suri" to commemorate the valiant and courageous Muslim ruler, "Ibrahim Lodhi". The able general was defeated in the hands of the great Mughal ruler "Babur" during the "First Battle of Panipat" in the year 1526.

    The tomb of "Ibrahim Lodhi" attracts several tourist who are completely overwhelmed at the sight of the splendid mausoleum that bears testimony to the fierce historic battle that had changed the destiny of India. The tomb houses the grave of "Ibrahim Lodhi" and represents the rich architectural style of the Pathans. The tomb with its beautifully engraved arches, exquisitely designed pillars and splendid blend of attractive colors is a marvelous architectural creation that displays the rich engineering skills of the bygone golden era.

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    Last Updated on : 1st April 2013