Makhdoom Sahib – Srinagar

On the southern side of the Hari Parbat lies the historic shrine Makhdoom Sahib, a famous scared shrine of the Kashmir region. The shrine is dedicated to Sufi Saint Sheikh Hamza Makhdoom, also known by the name of Makhdoom Sahib, Mehboob-ul-Alam and Sultan-Ul-Arifeen. This double storied mosque with many pillars is a rare example of Mughal Architectural Style. The Shrine of Makhdoom Sahib is thronged with large numbers of devotees irrespective of religion throughout the year.


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