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Description The Haji Ali Dargah, in the Mahim Bay can be reached from Mahalaxmi by a narrow causeway, and that only at high tide, when it is above the sea. A handsome example of Indian Islamic architecture, associated with legends about doomed lovers, the dargah contains the tomb of Saint Haji Ali. It sits 500 yards off the coast in the waters of Mahim Bay, near the neighbourhood of Worli. It is connected with the Mahalaxmi Temple via a small path that goes into the sea, only accessible during low tide.
Date 26 January 2007, 23:36
Source The Haji-Ali Dargah stands silhouetted against the setting sun
Author Humayunn Peerzaada AKA HumFur from Mumbai, India


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