Sakhi Sarwar Tomb
The Sakhi Sarwar Tomb is a Sufi shrine located in Dera Ghazi Khan District, Punjab, Pakistan. It’s the mausoleum of Syed Ahmad Sultan, aka Sakhi Sarwar, a famous Sufi saint of the 12th century. The shrine is popular and attracts thousands of visitors, both Muslim and non-Muslim, each year.
It’s famous for its beautiful architecture and intricate carvings. The annual Urs (death anniversary) is celebrated with great fervor, attracting many devotees. The shrine is also known for the blessings and miracles associated with the saint.