Khanqah-e-Moula is on the list of Unesco’s World Heritage Site.
During the holy month of Ramadan there is a steep increase in devotees rush which continues to increase further. A huge number of devotees including women flock the religious site on the auspicious occasion. People from nearby areas generally prefer to have Iftaar (the fast
breaking meal) here at the Khanqah-e-Moula.
Worshipers take a break from their worldly activities and devote focused time to offer intense prayers here and recite Holy Quran to get peace of heart and mind. The Muslims also recite Naats and sing hyms throughout the day. Muslim devotees ties a ‘Desh’ or votive threads to the nets around the
shrine, in a belief to help them sail through smoothly.
Ramadan is believed to be the most sacred month in the Islamic culture in which Allah opens his doors of mercy, forgiveness and blessings upon his believers. Ramadan is a time to Pray, Fast and Feast!