The tomb of the revered sufi saint, Bu Ali Shah Qalandar who lived in the 13th century AD has been a place of pilgrimage for people of religions. The grave is made of marble and decorated with beautiful sculpture. The monument underwent successive additions and alterations. Today, the Dargah beckons pilgrims from far and near and Urs Mubarak is celebrated joyously with Sufi abandon every year on the Saint's death anniversary The Revered Sufi Saint Bu Ali Shah Qalandar was born in 1209 AD when Qutubuddin Aibak was the ruler in Delhi . He lived for nearly 112 years and was deeply revered by both the Hindus and Muslims for his deep spirituality and miraculous powers. During phases of doubt and anguish, Alauddin Khilji, the Sultan of Delhi used to visit Bu-Ali-Shah-Qalandar at Panipat and seek his blessings. Amir Khusro was a frequent visitor to this Sufi Saint. Khusro was deeply moved by Bu-Ali-Shah-Qalandar's wisdom and words.
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