Dargah of hyderabad:
The 720-yr-old Dargah in Kothur mandal has different stories with respect to why it is left around evening time.
An image of collective harmony, 720-year-old Dargah of Hazarat Jahangir Peeran and Hazarat Burhanuddin in Inmulnarva town of Kothur Mandal in Ranga Reddy area is well known and has earned an interesting spot in the hearts of all areas of the general population. Both the holy people had resulted in these present circumstances put the distance from Baghdad, the capital of Iraq, to lecture Islam and spread the message of adoration amid their lifetime and inhaled their last here. Their graves exist even today
A standout amongst the most visited dargahs, by Hyderabadis and fans from everywhere throughout the India and nations like Iraq, Iran, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia and numerous others, it has turned out to be one of the busiest journey focuses as individuals trust their desires will be satisfied here! Found 45 km from Hyderabad, off the Hyderabad-Bangalore Highway, it is one dargah which Hindus too visit in substantial numbers and offer petitions. There are different stories with reference to why the dargah is abandoned at evenings. It is said Hazrat Jahangir Peeran dislikes to be exasperates by individuals during the evening and needs to live in peace.
Another story goes that tigers visit the dargah during the evening and scope the floors with their paws! “Aside from custom, a long time back tigers used to slink in the locale and thus none set out to remain there after sunset. This pattern proceeds even today despite the fact that tigers have vanished. The place is left after nightfall. None has endeavored to remain around evening time,” says Sultan Mohiuddin, Law Officer, Telangana State Wakf Board which deals with the dargah. He includes, “Even the staff needs to leave the dargah by 9 pm with the exception of amid the yearly Urs. Prior, the dargah used to be betrayed even before nightfall. Presently it opens around 5 am and closes by 7.30 pm for fans after the Magrib (Prayer), Fateha and Salam customs.”
Individuals who result in these present circumstances dargah have gigantic confidence in the two holy people and trust their desires will be satisfied. Many discuss wonders. The yearly Urs of the dargah, hung on the principal Thursday of “Til Sankranti” in January, draws in a large number of individuals from all parts of the state and nation. From a little dargah and few individuals living around it, it has become throughout the years. The tomb was built in 1975. The aggregate zone of the dargah was 2 sections of land and the Wakf Board obtained an extra 25 sections of land. The yearly wage has gone up to Rs 1 crore.
The Telangana Wakf Board Chairman and MLC, Mohd Saleem, told this daily paper according to the craving of the Chief Minister, the board was setting up a blue print for the advancement of the dargah and its surroundings at a cost of about Rs 60 crore. Among the significant proposition are reproduction of the masjid to suit Musallies amid Friday petitions and Urs, 20 new Niyaz khana sheds, shoe khana, 3 shopping buildings, visitor houses for VIPs and different explorers, observation and security framework, present day butcher house, drinking water offices, toilets, waste framework, CC streets, transport covers, beautification of the dargah and its environs, stopping territories, welcome curves at Kothur sidestep and Shadnagar street and different conveniences for travelers.
The Wakf Board has designated 25 staff to administer the upkeep of the dargah. The dargah transforms into a mela on Sundays when individuals from far and close go to the place utilizing all methods for transport, offer chaddar, blossoms, sheep and goats, cook sustenance and return home. “Around 300 sheep and goats are butchered on Sundays and other vital days by enthusiasts. Henceforth we are intending to have another butcher house to guarantee cleanliness.” Mohd Saleem said. It is said the Mughal King Aurangzeb visited the dargah, prevalently known as Jahangir Peeran dargah, and offered supplications.
CM K. Chandrasekhar Rao visited the dargah and offered chaddar on satisfaction of the different Telangana state wish. He reported a give of Rs 50 crore for advancement of the place which has been disregarded throughout the years. KCR had before visited the dargah when he was a Member of Parliament in the Lok Sabha from Mahabubnagar region and appealed to God for Telangana statehood. Once a confined place, the dargah and its environs currently clamor with life. There are a wide range of shops including sweetmeat, sustenance joints, general stores, fabric shops and other business foundations, parking garages, play zones and so on.