Dargah Burhanuddin
Dargah Burhanuddin
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Dargarh Burahanuddin is also knpown as "TALE KI DARGAH ".This place is located at jaipur delhi highway NH-11 and followed by NH-52 ,There is small village called TALA which is 40 km away from jaipur junction railway station .This is a holy palace and its famous among locals as well as tourist also . The dargah is situated a hill and followed by 80 stairs .Here all your wish will be full fill
Duration: 2-3 hours
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mhussain_bohra
Mumbai, India179 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2017 • Friends
Also known as Tale ki Dargah, it is one of the most religious location near Jaipur. There is a little greenery in the surroundings, however the nearby river was almost dried up.
Written 25 June 2017
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ROOPshila’Shaggy
Kota, India697 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2016 • Couples
Off the DELHI-JAIPUR Highway, Tala is little hamlet near Jaipur. SUFI BURHANUDDIN is next only to KHWAJA MOINUDDIN CHISHTI GHARIB NAWAZ of AJMER in terms of the benevolent grace bestowed upon the populace seeking Blessings From their well manifested spirituality .

Near the AMITY University Jaipur as well as the NIMS Hospital and institute of Medical Sciences, very few tourists visit it. It happens to be 4 kms from where we were holidaying at the Riverarch Greenfields Resort, so we drove down to this hamlet.

Enroute we were enthralled by the BANGANGA RIVER, which has dried up& local villagers were tending to the fields, some conforming to traditional agricultural practices,while a few adhering TO automated sprinklers etc. Though it was a pity to see the dried river, but abundant Ravenna Grass or Ekra, reed like Sarkanda, were profusely growing. Commercial usage of this grass,especially in small scale or cottage industry of Mudda making i.e rounded hand made chairs makes it a lucrative business for nomadic groups. They weave mats out of this too.
Truck loads of this grass was being harvested out.
Interesting drive to capture the village ambience on the camera, as also to seek the intervention of the Sufi Saint for Divine blessings.

Please ignore the poverty around which compels some of the residents to beggary. Offer prayers after climbing up a flight of stairs and avoid making any purchases for obeisance to the Dargah, as it is not really required, except for habitants to generate a quick buck.
By the way the haunted BHANGARH fort is just 30 kms. Away, some 9 kms. Of Dirt Track while another 20 kms on Highway towards Alwar. A must see , as it is one of the spookiest destinations in the world. Visitors are required to vacate this Abandoned hamlet before sun-down as there is no electricity there.
Written 20 November 2016
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JaipurAbhiraj
Jaipur, India540 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2016 • Family
This Daragh is a holy place and very famous among locals ,its about 40 km away from jaipur on delhi highway ,you have to take NH-11 and then followed by NH-52. beautiful location and in rainy time it become more beautiful,
Here locals public and tourist come to pay best regard at Dargah and they prepare their food you can easily get utensils which are required to prepare food even coals and wood as a cooking fuel ,so come here pay your regards and prepare your own food here also you will get butcher shop here which is completely a " HALAL",
DAL BATI dish lovers can also prepareE their food here
This Dargah is also known as tale ki dargah
Written 2 July 2016
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