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Orissa lies beneath Calcutta and has a coastline stretching all the way down to Andhra Pradesh. Inbetween lies sandy palmcovered beaches, nature, wildlife and religious art/architechture.The Bhubaneswar, Puri, Konark circuit, popularly known as the Golden Triangle of Eastern India, provides an ideal trip of exquisite architectural monuments and historical sites of Orissa.
Orissa, also known as The Soul of India, is a state that has been drenched in mystery for decades. It has now slowly started to show its secrets to the outside world. The state is scattered with temples and holy shrines. Puri, one of the 4 most holy cities in India is also located here. Numerous wildlife sanctuaries, stunning natural landscapes. Orissa is home to Indias ancient civili

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Orissa, also known as The Soul of India, is a state that has been drenched in mystery for decades. It has now slowly started to show its secrets to the outside world. The state is scattered with temples and holy shrines. Puri, one of the 4 most holy cities in India is also located here. Numerous wildlife sanctuaries, stunning natural landscapes. Orissa is home to Indias ancient civili

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Tawakkal Mastan: Cottonpet – Hindu and Muslim Temple

Tawakkal Mastan: Cottonpet – Hindu and Muslim Temple
Hazarath Tawakkal Mastan Vali is a Sufi Saint from the Saharwardia Order of the 17th Century. His mausoleum is located in the Cottonpet area of Bangalore, India (Near Majestic).
He is a disciple of Sufi saint Hazarat Baba Fakruddin of Penukonda.(R.A)
This is probably the first dargah to be associated with a Hindu festival. The dargah honours the Sufi saint, Hazrat Tawakkal Mastan. Legend has it that that the saint was a mason from Arabia who was involved in the construction of Haidar's fort. He had the misfortune of being trampled on by a crowd during a karaga procession. It is said that he fainted and was revived by some priests who applied kum-kum on his wounds, which is what was supposed to have healed him. He then insisted that the procession stop at the dargah every time. It is situated in Cottonpet and also has a marriage hall and a school.
This Cottonpet Muslim shrine is associated with the Hindu Karaga festival too. The procession annually visits the Dargah of this Sufi saint, Tawakkal Mastan, and his tomb attracts both Muslim and non-Muslim piligrims.

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Jumma Masjid

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