Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Sashivgad Dargah - Night pictures

Dargah of Peer Shan Shamsuddin Kharobat
The famous Dargah of Peer Shan Shamsuddin Kharobat, a Baghdadi Sufi Saint is a place of pilgrimage for the Muslims. The location of this Dargah is opposite the ancient Godess Durga Temple at Sadashivgad Hill Fort.

This is listed as one of the Ten most beautiful Dargahs inthe Coastal areas of India  

Dargah Shareef of Hazrat Sayed Shah Shams-ud-din  Rahmatullahi Allaih Almaroof
    Hazrat Shah Karam-uddin Auliya Qadri  Rahmatullahi Allaih, beside Arabian Sea, Karwar.


However, this is a place of Harmonious Existence of two different cultures and religions, since time immemorial...
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The Portuguese in 1510 called it Pir fort due to the MuslimDargah (Tomb of a Sufi Saint ) and was known in Portuguese language as Forte de Piro or Pito.


Joy said...

Is that blue or grey? I wonder what it looks like inside.

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Yogesh Naik said...

Its Light blue, porcelain bits embedded in the dome-roof..

Will post the inside pictures, shortly.

ASHU said...

really nice work and sure nice photo graph