Moula Ali Dargah Hyderabad city and Secunderabad
Moula Ali slope is a monadnock or arch formed slope situated in Moula Ali, Hyderabad, India. It is outstanding for the Moula Ali dargah and a sacred stone, which are both over the slope. The zone is maximally possessed by Muslims.
The Moula Ali slope is roughly 614 meters (2,014 ft) tall. It has 484 stages from dargah to base of the slope and has around 600 tombs around it.
There is another hillock close to the Moula Ali slope, called “Qadam – e-Rasul”, on which the sacrosanct relics of the prophet were saved by Mohammad Shakrullah Rahan, a worker of Asaf Jahi.
Situated at the highest point of hillock Maula Ali, one needs to climb very nearly 400 stages keeping in mind the end goal to achieve the Dargah. Be that as it may, the long staircase going up to the slope to make it less strenuous to climb. At the foot of the Dargah, you can discover numerous ministers droning psalms which strikingly makes the climate quieter.
Once at the Dargah, it isn’t only the religious centrality that draws in you yet additionally the perspective of the city from that point. The hypnotizing view from the best is justified regardless of the considerable number of endeavours.