Relegious Places In Nagpur

Bada Tajbag


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Badruddin was orphaned at a young age and was raised by his maternal grandmother and uncle Abdul Rahman. He attended a Madrasah in Kamthi, near Nagpur, where he met Abdulla Shah who initiated him into the spiritual path. Shah gave him a dry fruit to eat, saying "Eat less, sleep less and speak less.Taj baag Hazrat Tajuddin Babas glory spread from the Nagpur Asylum as he was often seen outside the Asylum in Nagpur and at various places in Kamptee.

The British officers of the Army who were surprised at this, made proper investigations and found Him properly locked up in the Asylum. Ultimately the investigating officials became His disciples, and started to regularly visit Him. 

Taj Baba with Amma Saint Tajuddin of Nagpur: The meeting of two saints:The saint riding a tiger and holding a serpent in hand is the legendary Ghazi peer from the Sunderbans,Bengal, invoked by both Hindus and Muslims for their safety from wild animals while visiting a forest. The one sitting on the right could be a Hindu Rishi - notice a cow in the background. The saint is also known as Baba BaghSawar (a tiger-riding saint).

Shah Abdul Qadir Jeelani:A typical devotee to a saint's tomb is usually imagined as a woman, with her jholi (scarf) held out in a posture of 'asking'. In this poster, the mausoleum of Shaikh Abdul Qadir Jeelani in Iraq is visited by a beautiful female devotee wearing a distinct Punjabi dress and facial features. According to author Bhau Kalchuri, Badruddin was born Tajuddin Muhammad Badruddin. Tajuddin says his real name is Sayyed Muhammad Tajuddin and he is also known as Chiragh-uddin (The light of religion). He is also known as Baba Tajuddin of Nagpur, Hazrat Sayyad Mohammad Tajuddin, and Hazrat Sayyed Mohammed Baba TajuddinAulia.



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