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Timings : 10 am- 6 pm

Time Required : 1-2 hrs

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Dargah, Manori Overview

Although Manori is best known as a popular weekend destination lying close to the city of Mumbai, a serene a quiet Sufi Dargah also finds a place here. The shrine is typically visited by locals who know about the place and hence, it is not frequented by huge crowds but rather set of travellers looking for solace. The subtle sounds of traditional Sufi music can be heard emanating from the walls of the Dargah, which make an evening in Manori even more tranquil and calming than it already is. 

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Things about Manori

Manori is a very popular weekend holiday destination for people living in Mumbai. Situated on the Dharavi Bhet in Northern Mumbai, the place has a Manori Creek and a beach to welcome you. People often describe this place as 'mini-Goa'.

History of Manori Dargah

The dargah has been a worship place for many Muslims living in Mumbai for a long time now.

Tips For Visiting Dargah

The beach although not very clean in itself, offers a nice spot to hang out with family and friends. You might have to look for a clean area to enjoy the waves and the tranquillity of the place.

How To Reach Dargah

The closest railway station to reach Manori is the Malad station on the western railway line. If you are travelling on a bike, you can get aboard the ferry with your bike. Car owners will have to park their cars at the pay n park centers. You can also take a rickshaw to reach your destiantions on the Manori island or enjoy a horse cart to the hotel of your choice.

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