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Baba Hyder Vali’s Urs in Mulbagal

The Urs has been attracting a number of devout Muslims from inside and outside the State.



The 751st holy Urs of Hazarath Baba Hyder Vali will begin from August 26, according to the Dargah President Al Haz Abdul Basheer Saheb.

In a press note issued here, he said the Urs said various programmes have been organised as part of the Urs.

Malang Fakir’s Gadi Nashien, washing ceremony of the Dargah, Saddl-e-Sheriff, afternoon wrestling, night Qawwali programmes would be organised as part of the Urs. Prizes would be also be distributed to the winners of the Qawwali and wrestling competitions, he added.

Background

Hazarath Baba Hyder Vali, originally king Syed Simail Badshah of Iran, sacrificed his life for Islam. He left his kingdom and dedicated his life to spread the teachings of Prophet Mohammed with his master in South India. During the course, finally, He came to Mulbagal.

It may be mentioned here that the Dargah has been a tourist centre of importance as it is counted after the Khaja Bande Nawaz Dargah in Gulbarga. Mughal emperor Aurangazeb, Mysore ruler Tippu Sultan, King Krishnaraja Wodeyar IV and former PM Indira Gandhi had visited the Dargah.

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