|Hazrat Shah Jalal (R) Mazar, Sylhet|
Hazrat Shahjalal (R) was a famous saint and pir in the subcontinent. He was the olympic shirt Islam spread through Sylhet region. An important incident in history is the attack of King Gaur Govind on the first Muslim of Sylhet Sheikh Burhanuddin and in the context of Hazrat Shahjalal (R) and his traveling companion 360 Awali Sylhet. That is why Sylhet is called 360 Awalis. Some people called Sylhet as the holy land.
Dargah Sharif is a very sacred place for everyone, so it is not used to attract tourists. Because of this, Dargah Hefazatkarai decides who can enter inside the dargah. Many times visitors are turned back to not wearing decent clothes. Therefore, when entering the dargah, you must keep an eye on your clothes.
Hazrat Shahjalal (ra) dargah (Dargah) has a pond on the north side of the courtyard. There are numerous gazars in this pond. By giving them the knowledge of these fish, they give small fish to the visitors. There is a small fish sale system in the western corner of the pond. There is also a pond in the pond. On December 4, 2003, more than 700 gajar fish were killed in poisoning. As a result the fish in the pond became empty. The dead fishes are buried in the graveyard on the west side of the mosque. After the fish became empty, after the second visit to Hazrat Shahjalal (R), from the shrine of Shah Mustafa (R) of Moulvibazar, on January 11, 2004, 24 gajar fish was brought and pond was released. The number of ponds in the pond is now few hundred.
Jalali Kabutar and Nizam Uddin Auliya
Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya (R) received her recognition of Hazrat Shahjalal (R)'s spiritual power and accepted him. As a beacon of love, he presented him with a pair of surma-colored pigeons or jalali kabutara. The Surma-colored pigeon is now seen in Sylhet and its surroundings, it is known as the descendant of the Kobot couple and Jalali Kabutar. In Sylhet, people do not kill or eat this pigeon, irrespective of religion and caste. Rather, the residents give food and shelter to them. Shajalal's shrine is seen flying in the jhakake kabutara flames daily. The mazar authorities provide food for these pigeons.
There is a small house in the south of the shrine , which is a small hall of stars, which is located in Hazrat Shahjalal's Chillamahala. The space is just two feet wide. It is said that Hazrat Shahjalal spent 23 years of his life in this Chillakhana.
Used goods of Shahjalal (R)
How to go
Dhaka- Sylhet bus
Buses from Dhaka to Sylhet leaves Buses from Gabtali and Sayedabad bus terminals. The buses depart from morning till 12.45 hours, and leave the buses from Fakirapul, Sayedabad and Mohakhali bus stations in Sylhet. In this way, the AC buses are operated by Green Line Transport, Saudi S Alam Transport, Shyamoli Transport and ANA Paribahan. Rent is from 8th to 1 thousand taka. Besides, Shyamoli Transport, Hanif Enterprise, Unique Service, Non-AC bus passage to Anawa Paribahan went to Sylhet. Rent is from 4 hundred to 4,500 taka. Anawa Paribahan buses left from Mohakhali to Tongi Ghorashal leaving Sylhet.
Sylhet from Dhaka by train
Chittagong- Sylhet Train
Apart from Chittagong, Monday, 8th and 15th morning, Pahari Express and Udyan Express at 9:45 pm every Saturday without Saturday. Rent 145 to 1 thousand 191. Ticket price: AC berth Rs 698, AC seat 460 taka, first class berth 425 taka, first class seat 270 taka Snegda 460, Sophon Chair 180 Taka, Shovon 150 Taka, Cheap 95 Taka.
Sylhet by Air / Sylhet by plane
Biman Bangladesh, United Air, Regent Air, Novo Air and US Bangla Air Airplanes go to Sylhet's Osmani Airport at Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka.
At Sylhet Railway Station or Kadamtali bus stand, go to the shrine with rickshaw or CNG auto-rickshaw. Rickshaw rent is 20-25, CNG rental is 80-100 taka After reaching the Surma river, it is possible to reach the main city and reach the shrine.