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NCR/Nagore (3 PFs)
நாகூர்     नागूर

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Type of Station: Regular
Number of Platforms: 3
Number of Halting Trains: 18
Number of Originating Trains: 0
Number of Terminating Trains: 0
New Railway Station Rd, Railadi street,Nagore,PIN 611002
State: Tamil Nadu
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Elevation: 4 m above sea level
Zone: SR/Southern
Division: Tiruchchirappalli
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Jan 09 2016 (18:07)   NCR/Nagore (3 PFs)
Amjad Ali Khan~   10284 blog posts
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Nagore Dargah (also called Nagoor Dargah or Hazrat Syed Shahul Hameed Dargah) is a dargah built over the tomb of the Sufi a saint Hazrath Nagore Shahul Hamid (1490–1579 CE).[1] It is located in Nagore, a coastal town in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Shahul Hamid is believed to have performed many miracles in Nagore, and cured the physical affliction of king Achutappa Nayak, a 16th-century Hindu ruler of Thanjavur. He is locally referred to as Nagore Andavar, meaning the "god of Nagore". Nagore dargah as it stands now, is believed to have been built by ardent devotees of Shahul Hamid, with major contribution from Hindus. There are five minarets in the dargah, with the Hindu Maratha ruler of Thanjavur Pratap Singh (1739–1763 CE), building the tallest minaret. The dargah is a major pilgrimage centre that attracts pilgrims from both Islam and Hinduism, symbolizing peaceful coexistence between the two...
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The most prominent event celebrated at Nagore dargah is the Kanduri festival, a fourteen-day commemoration of the death anniversary of Shahul Hamid. Common worship practices at Nagore dargah include the presentation of offerings, accompanied by the playing of musical instruments like nadaswaram, atypical of Hindu religious tradition. The Shifa Gunta, a pool within the precincts of the dargah, is considered sacred; pilgrims take a holy dip in it. The hereditary Khalifa (Sufi saint), c selected from among the descendants of saint Yusuf, performs all the official and religious duties of the dargah. The administration and maintenance of the dargah is governed by a committee which operates under a scheme decreed by the Madras High Court.
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Nov 11 2013 (09:21)   NCR/Nagore (3 PFs)
Mahesh Sundaram~   7039 blog posts
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Alight here for Hazrat Syed Shahul Hameed Dargah or simply Nagoor Dargah. The dargah is unique in that there is equal participation of Hindus and Muslims here.
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