Hazrat Syed Shahul Hamid

 Singapore,Singapore, Singapore


The Nagore Durgha (or Nagore Dargah) is a shrine in Singapore built by Muslims from southern India between 1828 and 1830, and was originally known as Shahul Hamid Dargha.Nagore Durgha was built to commemorate a visit to the island by a Muslim holy man of the Chulia people (Muslim merchants and moneylenders from India's Coromandel Coast), who was travelling around Southeast Asia spreading information about Indian Islam.
The shrine was closed in the 1990s due to fears that the structure would weaken. Restoration works to turn the shrine into an Indian Muslim heritage centre.

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Hazrat Shahul Hamid is a 13th generation descendant of the renowned Sufi saint, Hajrath Muhiyudin Abd al-Qadir al-Jalani. His tomb is located in the eastern coast of Bay of Bengal at Nagore, Tamil Nadu, India. Nagore Shrine is also in Penang, named Nagore Durgha Sheriff, located in George Town.

  How to Reach: The is about 22 km from Changi Airport, around 25 min taxi ride. From Woodlands Checkpoint, the shrine is around 28 km, half an hour taxi ride. MRT trains and buses are available which are convenient ways to reach dargah.,

Nearest City : Singapore
Nearest Bus Stop : PWC Building (opposite PWC Bld stop)
Nearest Airport : Changi Airport Singapore
Nearest Railway Station : Telok Ayer BT station
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