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Thiruparankundram Dargah

The dargah is situated at the top of the hill, it is not very difficult to reach there as you can easily reach the dargah by hiring a taxi. It is a very famous Islamic dargah with the grave of Islamic sultan Sikandar Badshah Shaheed Sulthan Sikandhar Badhusha. He was the legislative leader of Jeddah, joined Sulthan Syed Ibrahim Shaheed Badushah who came to Tamil Nadu specifically Ervadi from Madinah amid the late twelfth century.

Badusha Sulthan Syed Ibrahim shaheed Labswh of Erwadi won the Madurai region against the King Thiru Pandiyan who would not change over to Islam and made Sulthan sikandhar Badusha the ruler of Madurai. Ruler Tiru Pandiyan went to Tirupati, met every one of his companions and advised them about the attack of the Arabs. They helped him structure a vast troop. Subsequent to framing a major and sound troop to confront the Arabs, King Thiruppandiyan began towards Madurai. The sovereign, who was unconscious about this turnaround, gathered in spreading Islam and in the welfare of the general population as opposed to reinforcing the military. Tiruppandiyan's solid armed force battled with Sulthan Sikandhar Badhusha energetically. A great many fighters were slaughtered on the two side.
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