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Baba Shah Muzaffar Dargah
 

The dargah of Baba Shah Muzaffar, situated at Panchakki road on the left bank of Kham River near Begampura Bridge in Aurangabad, was built in 1695 by the Mughal Emperor Aurangazeb as a memorial to his spiritual advisor Baba Shaha Muzaffar. This dargah houses a mosque, a modest tomb of the Sufi saint Baba Shah Muzzafar, a garden, an artificial waterfall and a gushing fountain. The tomb is a small red plain structure surrounded by a screen of cusped arches on stone pillars. The dargah has an extraordinary watermill known as Pan Chakki built by Malik Ambar which draws water from a spring on a distant hill at a distance of 6kms away.


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