There are so many tourism places in the world. From all of those, beaches and the historical building must be the most visited. If you want to visit a something different place, the Haji Ali Dargah can be as one of alternatives. So, what is actually the Haji Ali Dargah is? Haji Ali Dargah can be said as the most popular religious sites to visit in Mahim Bay of Mumbai, India. It is a mosque and the tomb (called as dargah) of Moslems. It is the complex housing of the Moslem Saint Pir Haji Ali Shah Bukhari and along the tom there is a beautiful mosque. Haji Ali Dargah is known as not only a historical, but also the very valuable and religious place. It can be understood from the history.
Built on 1431, Haji Ali Dargah constructed by a rich Moslem merchant named Sayyed Peer Haji Ali Shah Bukhari. He gave away all of his possessions before doing a pilgrimage to Mecca. The history told the Haji Ali died on his way to Mecca and the body floated back to Mumbai. Some others believe that Haji Ali drowned under the darga stands today. This building has a beautiful architecture and sometimes it is said as a very good example of Islamic architecture.
A divine experience is something offered when you visit this place. The white building which is combined with the fresh cool waters is the coolest thing that will bring a sense of peaceful in heart. The marble pillars inside the Dargah are decorated with the ninety-nine names of Allah. Even it is the greatest Moslem attraction in Mumbai and even regarded as one of the best religious attractions in the world, the non Moslem are also given the chance to visit this great building. There are about 10-15 thousand people visit Dargah and the number will be increased up to 30 thousands in the weekend. If you are interested to visit this historical place, please pay attention that this place is only opened until 5 pm. After that, the water will cover most of the area.