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Haji Ali Dargah

Mogul-style island mausoleum, holding the tomb of Pir Haji Ali Shah Bukhari, a Muslim saint.

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Haji Ali Dargah - Shrine in Powai, India


Island mausoleum & pilgrimage site

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This place has been awarded with 2 trophies in the following categories:

№ 21 Most Reviewed Tourist Attraction in Powai
№ 20 Most Reviewed Beach in Powai


Address

Dargah Rd, Haji Ali, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

Website

http://hajialidargah.in

Rating on Google Maps

4.40 (10215 reviews)

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Reviews

  • 5Sahil E. 9 months ago
    Very Good Place..

  • 5Ahmad h. 9 months ago
    (Translated by Google) Mashallha (Original) Mashallha

  • 5Chiranjibi D. 9 months ago
    This place is a must visit place for anybody irrespective of any religion. A belief that makes every person is same makes this place more beautiful.

  • 5APS E. 9 months ago
    Religious place with adorable views

  • 5chimin j. 9 months ago
    Color ful street with tons of people!! Must see!!!

  • 5Nemate Y. 9 months ago
    Good

  • 5abhishek P. 9 months ago
    Feels nice while walking in between water.

  • 5Yogesh K. 9 months ago
    Beautiful

  • 5NOOR QADRI O. 9 months ago
    (Translated by Google) Masha Allah (Original) Masha Allah

  • 5LALIT S. 9 months ago
    nice historical place...location is awesome..

  • 5Atul K. 9 months ago
    Loved this place ??

  • 5Uttam S. 9 months ago
    You can feel relax just saying the name of this dargah. Hazi Ali! What a view when Sea comes around Hazi Ali. Beautiful view. Go and take blessing. Your all demand fullfilled by baba. It is in Mumbai. Take a taxi and tour the Mumbai and remember to reach Hazi Ali for blessings. Thank you.

  • 5Irfan Pathan 7. 9 months ago
    (Translated by Google) Eight place (Original) Osm place

  • 5sheetu 2. 9 months ago
    Feelings of SAMAH...with God... Spiritual feeling... Enjoyed a lot...

  • 5Jd S. 9 months ago
    Religious place for all cast must visit

  • 5HSmart S. 9 months ago
    (Translated by Google) MasaAllah bahut sandaar (Original) MasaAllah bahut sandaar

  • 5Traveling I. 9 months ago
    This place is amazing and sea view is oossam

  • 5Anushka J. 9 months ago
    Located conveniently in the Arabian Sea a couple of metres from Mumbai's shoreline, the Haji Ali Dargah is great place to visit as it has an ancient historical charm of its own!

  • 5Saiyed Z. 9 months ago
    Mumbai ke Badshah, Samundar ke Shehanshah Pir Haji Ali Shah Bukhari Rahmatullah Alay, what a place to visit both spiritually or just to appreciate the beauty of the Arabian Sea.

  • 5Arun P. 9 months ago
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  • 5raju mondal 9. 9 months ago
    Nice

  • 5MANISHPATEL M. 8 months ago
    Meet any are crcH snufeft TV vsh fjif at sfdjvdb svxrni evyvsu dhg

  • 5jayesh m. 1 year ago
    This place is amazing...just amazing. All surrounded by water and u will feel like this is something different. I have been many times here. Just at the starting there is some sort of smelling place and it's much crowded always. But above all these u will like going there again and again.

  • 5Waseemul H. 10 months ago
    This place is very beautiful and peaceful because this area out of land area, I meant this in sea,evening sunset view is very effective in our minds,this is very good place of relaxing our soul.

  • 5Utkarsha M. 10 months ago
    Situated on the backdrop of a beautiful view of the Arabian sea is the shrine of Haji Ali, dedicated to the wealthy merchant turned who gave up his worldly belongings and turned into Muslim Sufi saint after a trip to Mecca. Haji Ali Dargah is located on a small islet that is off the southern coast of Mumbai near Worli. People from all walks of life and religions come here to seek blessings. The Dargah can only be accessed during the low tides via a causeway that is surrounded by the sea on all sides. At night, the view of the shrine lit up in the distance with nothing but the sea around it, is a divine sight. Built of glass, the tomb is a beautiful illustration of the Indo-Islamic style of architecture. A marble courtyard contains the central shrine. The tomb within the mosque is roofed by a brocaded red and green cloth, supported by an exquisite silver frame and marble columns. The main hall has marble pillars engraved with creative mirror work: blue, green, yellow chips of glass arranged in varied designs and Arabic patterns which spell the ninety-nine names of Allah. As per Islamic customs, there are different praying rooms for ladies and gents.

  • 5Dor S. 9 months ago
    Beach is dirty but allright im drunk so dont blaim me for this and so dont now this is great i love beer so nice........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

  • 5RUSHID M. 10 months ago
    Haji Ali Dargah that houses the tomb of Sayed Peer Haji Ali Shah Bukhari. Feel the spirituality of this place with your dear ones while enjoying a panoramic view of the deep blue waters!

  • 5nobi s. 10 months ago
    This is very famous place and it is very holy place for muslims as well as other religions. At this place when you will reach you feel very peace at this place. Dargah is rounded by sea water atmost all direction .there is only one way to reach till the dargahThe Haji Ali Dargah is the dargah or the monument of Pir Haji Ali. It’s one of the most oldest and famous place in Mumbai.People of every religion can visit this place.Peacful place.

  • 5avnesh S. 8 months ago
    A soulful place..it has always given me immense inner peace whenever I have visited this place. Now I do miss it..bcoz of the lockdown restrictions

  • 5Александр . 9 months ago
    (Translated by Google) The mosque itself is nothing particularly outstanding. The approach to it is much more interesting. A long pier lined with food and souvenir vendors, cripples, porosheiks and families living on rafts along it. India in all its beauty))) This place is worth visiting. (Original) Сама мечеть особо выдающегося из себя ничего не представляет. Куда интереснее подход к ней. Длинный пирс, вдоль которого куча торговцев едой и сувенирами, калеки, порошайки и семьи, живущие на плотах вдоль него. Индия во всей своей красоте))) Стоит посетить это место.

  • 5Arman B. 8 months ago
    T Mashaallah haq maula ya husain Location for sukoon?

  • 5Ramzan S. 8 months ago
    Nice good Gym

  • 5Shahzad A. 8 months ago
    This is good place for everybody.

  • 5Md S. 8 months ago
    Nice ? ??

  • 5RASIK H. 8 months ago
    Holy place and an old icon of Mumbai

  • 5Team Union 2. 9 months ago
    God available everywhere ,?don't search them because it will be always near you?? jai ho

  • 4Heema S. 9 months ago
    Being a mumbaikar i visited the 1st time. It is a small walk toward the dargah. The walk is in between the water as dargah is located near to the coast. There is a peace of mind and people were chanting prayer all the while i was there. I would definitely visit again

  • 4Pratik Padmabhushan S. 10 months ago
    The Haji Ali Dargah was constructed in 1431[4] in memory of a wealthy Muslim merchant, Sayyed Pir Haji Ali Shah Bukhari, who gave up all his worldly possessions before making a pilgrimage to Mecca. Hailing from Bukhara, in present-day Uzbekistan, Bukhari travelled around the world in the early to mid 15th century, and eventually settled in present-day Mumbai. According to legends[5] surrounding his life, once the saint saw a poor woman crying on the road, holding an empty vessel. He asked her what the problem was, she sobbed that her husband would thrash her as she stumbled and accidentally spilled the oil she was carrying. He asked her to take him to the spot where she spilt the oil. There, he jabbed a finger into the soil and the oil gushed out. The overjoyed woman filled up the vessel and went home. Later, Pir Haji Ali Shah Bukhari had a recurring and disturbing dream that he had injured Earth by his act. Full of remorse and grief from that day he started keeping unwell. Then with the permission of his mother, he traveled to India with his brother and finally reached the shore of Mumbai – near Worli or at some place opposite the present tomb. His brother went back to their native place. Pir Haji Ali Shah Bukhari sent a letter with him to their mother informing her that he was keeping good health and that he had decided to reside at that place permanently for the spread of Islam and that she should forgive him. Until his death he kept spreading knowledge about Islam to the people and his devotees would regularly visit him. Before his death he advised his followers that they should not bury him at any proper place or graveyard and should drop his shroud ('kafan') in the ocean such that it should be buried by the people where it is found. His wish was obeyed by his followers. That is why the Dargah Sharief is built at the very site where his Shroud came to rest in the middle of the sea where it perched on a small mound of rocks rising above the sea. The Tomb and Dargah Sharief were built in the years to come. On Thursdays and Fridays, the shrine is visited by an enormous number of pilgrims. Irrespective of faith and religion, people visit the dargah to get the blessings of the holy saint. Sometimes, especially on Fridays, various Sufi musicians perform a form of devotional music called Qawwali at the dargah

  • 4Dilip C. 9 months ago
    It's a iconic landmark in Mumbai.The Islamic pilgrim site is located on an island near worli cost in Mumbai

  • 4Shams A. 1 year ago
    This is good place to visit with your family and friends historical places with partial accessibility for Disabled and senior citizens beautiful garden outside and inside washroom facilities available for disabled and senior citizens. Entrance is not wheelchair accessible I request management to kindly make the entrance disabled friendly. Various kinds of gift jewellery stall available. Food available very crowded place.

  • 4saif n. 9 months ago
    Had been here once! Good place to visit with family. A little crowded though.

  • 3Mangal P. 9 months ago
    It was pleasing time.

  • 1Varun A. 9 months ago
    Too much crowded. no proper management

  • 1Prashant Mane P. 9 months ago
    Women are not allowed inside

  • 1AAYU K. 9 months ago
    Neat and clean khchra Patti

  • 1Saad K. 9 months ago
    Really Dirty Place because of the Visitors. You should not visit here during Weekends or Vacations. Pathetic Behavior of Working Staff. Over-Crowded for No Reason. Mobile or Wallet Thefts are a common thing here.

  • 1Md A. 9 months ago
    (Translated by Google) Haji Ali (Original) Haji Ali

  • 1Salman K. 9 months ago
    It s my fovret palace



Last updated: 2020-08-22