|Province||Jammu and Kashmir|
Dastgeer Sahib is a 200-year-old shrine situated in Khanyar. It is associated with Abdul Qadir Gilani, whose hair strand, a relic locally known as Mouia Pak, is believed to be housed here. It also contains an old Quran written by Ali Ibn Abi Talib. It was constructed in 1806 and expanded in 1877 by Khwaja Sanaullah Shawl.
It is the center of the activity hub of the Khanyar and is surrounded by a large market. On the Urs or birth date of the Abdul Qadir Gilani,, thousands of people from all over Kashmir go there to pray to Allah and watch the ziyarat. There are five graves situated inside it. It is said that it is of the one of the students of Qadiri silsilla of Sheikh Syed Abdul Qadir Jelani.
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