About Chanderi

The mazar of Mahmuda Peer, a 15th century Sufi saint, is now a place of faith more for the Jains and Hindus than the Muslims. His tombstone lies without a tomb structure, built simply upon a stone platform. The most prominent and devoted among his followers are also buried around the tomb.

In the vicinity are the ruins of at least seven small mosques, all the mosques belong to different time periods and can be identified only by their surviving platforms and pushts.

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