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“Heavily guarded”
Review of Ali Hajvery's Tomb

Ali Hajvery's Tomb
Reviewed 5 April 2014

Hazrat Data Ganj bux Ali Hajvery was a writer and philosopher, the tomb attracts huge number of devotes but due to so called security measures it has become just another place where you are screened and treated rudly by huge number of police men who do nothing but terrorise the devotes

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Reviewed 27 March 2014

One of the few place on Earth which can give you a true peace, not your mind but your heart. I would request anyone who comes to Lahore from outside or from abroad to visit the Darbar and sit down in a corner for 15 to 20 minutes and just let it all sink it. Women and men must cover their heads in respect of this place and you should definitely visit whenever you are in the city. Miracles happens here so best wishes and good luck.

Thank Umair B
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Reviewed 25 October 2013 via mobile

This tomb is much more visited than the tomb of jahangeer who was a king of his tim. Nice peaceful place.

Thank Abdur R
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Reviewed 30 June 2012 via mobile

A truly inspiring place, the poor, the rich all mix here to pay their respects to one of the greatest saints on the sub-continent Syed Ali Hajveri or commonly known as Hadrat Datha Ganj Baksh. Another must visit,awe inspiring place!

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Reviewed 5 April 2012

Though Al Hujwiri lived in the 11th century, he is still revered and much visited - hence his tomb is now almost lost in a sea of white marble and cusped arches. Like the tombs of other "saints," once you reach it, the fragrance of those little deep crimson roses fills the air and you forget the crowds for a moment.

1  Thank risal
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