Tomb of Shah Jamal

Tomb of Shah Jamal, Lahore

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Ashfaq Khan
Lahore, Pakistán150 aportes
Holy Shrine with Drums and Dhamal Sufi Dance
nov. de 2018 • Amigos
The tomb of Hazrat Shah Jamal is in Shah Jamal colony near Shadaman colony and opposite Ichhra locality. Best to visit is Thursday nights, there is a drum beating competition and Dahmal , best with friends in winters
Escrita el 2 de enero de 2019
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Ghulam Murtaza
Territorio de la Capital Islamabad, Pakistán108 aportes
Dhamal
dic. de 2016 • Negocios
Visit of Tomb of Baba Shah Jamal was an amazing experience, to watch an very old and cultural touch of south Asian Dhamal (Dance with Drum Beating)
it is weekly event after Nimaz of Isha on every Thursday
When you are in Lahore must visit and experience this event
Escrita el 20 de febrero de 2017
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14Sergey777
San Petersburgo, Rusia273 aportes
Гробница
nov. de 2016
Случайно оказался около этого места в пятницу днем, когда мусульмане молятся и было очень много народа. Знаменитая пятничная молитва. Гробница пользуется популярностью у паломников, почитающих этого суфийского святого. Но будьте осторожны в местах массового скопления людей.
Escrita el 22 de noviembre de 2016
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HINA W
Islamabad, Pakistán6.322 aportes
Sufi drums, mystic dance and donkey race!
mar. de 2016 • Familia
This Kashmiri saint's tomb is located near Ichra in Lahore. We used to visit it often because it was located next to our aunt's house in Shah Jamal Colony of Lahore. I always loved the dhol or the drums played here, the dhamal or the sufi dance done here, the donkey races held here and the street food sold here. I recently revisited this shrine for TripAdvisor and found some great legends about this sufi mystic called Baba Shah Jamal. They say that this building, where he meditated,used to be seven floors high. A Mughal princess who used to lived nearby came and complained to the Sufi that his disciples invaded her privacy. So the Sufi started dancing on the roof of his building and kept on whirling till the building sank down to the present height and no longer overlooked the royal mansion. The other legend is about the death of the Sufi. They say that the building collapsed over him while he was medicating inside. His followers ran to save him but he ordered them to leave him buried inside the rubble as he wished to die in meditation. I really admire this pious man because he stood against Emperor Akbar when he started the new religion. Baba Shah Jamal was also famous for fighting for the cause of the Hindu Shudras or the low caste people. You should try to visit this shrine on a Thursday to see the action.
Escrita el 27 de marzo de 2016
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