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Hazrat Youza Asaf, Youza Asaph, Youza Asouph, Yuz Asaf, Yuzu Asaf, Yuzu Asif, or Yuzasaf, (Urdu: یوﺿﺍ ﺂﺼِﻓ ) was a Muslim Sufi saint and preacher, whose shrine, the Roza Bal, is located in Srinagar, Kashmir.
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Officially, the tomb is the burial site of Youza Asaph, a medieval Muslim preacher
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medieval Muslim saint Yuz Asaf
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