List of mausolea and shrines in Pakistan

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Pakistan has a number of shrines that have become places of pilgrimage. They include mausolea and shrines of political leaders (of both pre-independence and post-independence Pakistan), shrines of religious leaders and pirs (saints) and shrines of leaders of various Islamic empires and dynasties.

Founding Fathers[edit]

Sufis saints and religious figures[edit]

Shrine of Affiliation/Sufi Order Era C.E. Town City Province
Abdullah Shah Ghazi Descendant of Imam Hasan ibn Ali 720-773 Clifton Karachi Sindh
Syed Abul Hassan Bin Usman Bin Ali Al-Hajweri 990-1077 Data Durbar Complex Lahore Punjab
Makhdoom Baha-ud-din Zakariya Suhrawardiyya 1070-1167 Multan City Multan Punjab
Makhdoom Rukn-ud-din, Rukn-e-Alam, Shah Rukn-e-Alam Suhrawardiyya 1151-1235 Multan City Multan Punjab
Makhdoom Burhan-ud-din Suhrawardiyya 1155-1245 Langer Makhdoom Chiniot Punjab
Sayyid Muhammad Al-Makki Descendant of Ali al-Hadi 1145-1246 Arak Fort, Bukkur Sukkur Sindh
Fariduddin Ganjshakar Chishti 1173–1266 or 1188-1280 Pakpattan Pakpattan Punjab
Syed Muhammad Usman (Lal Shahbaz Qalandar) 1177-1274 Sehwan Sharif Jamshoro District Sindh
Jalaluddin Surkh-Posh Bukhari Sohrawardi 1199-1291 Mohalla Bukhari Uch Sharif Punjab
Jahaniyan Jahangasht sohrawardi 1308-1384 Mohalla Bukhari Uch Sharif Punjab
Daud Bandagi Kirmani 1513-1575 Shergarh Okara Punjab
Syed Musa Pak martyred in 1592 A.D. Multan Punjab
Sultan Bahoo Sarwari Qadri Order 1630-1691 Garh Maharaja(SHORKOT) Jhang Punjab
Shams Ali Qalandar[1] Owaisi Qadri Noshahi 1874-1966 Shamsabad Hujra Shah Muqeem Punjab
Abul Faiz Qalander Ali Suharwardi Soharvardiya Lahore Punjab
Qalandar Baba Auliya Imam Silsila e Azeemia 1898 - Jan 27, 1979 Shadman Town Karachi Sindh
Qudrat Ullah Shahab Silsila e BRITISH RAJ 1917 - July 24, 1986 Islamabad Punjab
Shaikh ul Quran Allama Ghulam Ali Okarvi[2] Qaadiri, Ashrafi 1919-2000 Gt Road Okara Okara Punjab
Maulana Muhammad Shafee Okarvi Qaadiri, Naqshbandi 1929-1984 Gulistaan e Okarvi Karachi Sindh
Bibi Pak Daman Daughter of Imam Ali 681 681 (62 AH) her presence in a village of present-day Lahore Lahore Punjab
Muhammad Qasim Sadiq Qasimiya Naqshbandiya Mohra Sharif Murree Punjab
Mausoleum of Meher Ali Shah, Golra Sharif Chishti-Nizami died on 11 May 1937 Golra Sharif Islamabad Punjab
Bayazid Ansari 1525–1582/1585 Kaniguram South Waziristan FATA
Pir Syed Muhammad Channan Shah Nuri , Syed Faiz-ul Hassan Shah , Syed Muhammad Jewan Shah Naqvi , Muhammad Amin Shah Sani , Syed Muhammad Hussain Shah ,Pir Syed Khalid Hasan Shah Naqshbandia Mujadadia Aminia Allo Mahar Sialkot Punjab
Abdul Wahab Faruqi (Sachal Sarmast) 1739-1829 Daraza Khairpur Sindh
Sultan Sakhi Sarwar 13th Century Sakhi Sarwar Dera Ghazi Khan Punjab
Khwaja Ghulam Farid Chishti-Nizami 1845-1901 Mithankot Rajanpur Punjab
Shah Yusaf Gardez Multan Punjab
Shah Qabool Aulia 1101–1181 Peshawar Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Ghazi Syed Shah Fateh Muhammad Bukhari 16th Century Wadpagga Sharif Peshawar Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Imam Ali-ul-Haq 13th Century Sialkot Punjab
Muhammad Shamsuddin Sialvi Chishti-Nizami 1799-1883 Sial Sharif Punjab
Pir Sher Muhammad 1865-1928 Sharaqpur Sheikhupura Punjab
Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai Bhit Shah Matiari Sindh
Shah Abdul Latif Kazmi 1617–1705 Islamabad Islamabad
Shah Hussain Lahore Punjab
Shah Jamal Qadiriyyah, Suhrawardiyya 1588-1671 Lahore Punjab
Shah Shams-ud-Din Sabzwari Multan Punjab
Pir Mangho A Descendant of Ali ibn Abi Talib 720-773 Gadap Town Karachi Sindh
Syed Ali Miran Al Bhakkari (Rizawi, Naqvi) A Desdendant of Imam Al Hadi 16th Century Mona Syeddan M.B Din Punjab
Sakhi Shah Chan Charagh Qalandariya Order ? Raja Bazaar Rawalpindi Punjab

Gallery[edit]

Ghazi Imam Sarkar |Islamabad sector I-16,Noon Village |Punjab

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Shams Ali Qalandar".
  2. ^ http://pk.geoview.info/view_of_mazar_shaikhul_quran_ghulam_ali_okarvi,25654696p