I believe a place where people go with a strong faith and belief has some positive energy. Only problem we have with religious places in this country is the commercialization! On one hand, you can come across those who will help you visit the dargah and make you see all the places of importance. On the other hand, you have those who will do the same but will not leave you until they are paid for their services.
Try not to get conned, avoid unnecessary talking to random people, buy offerings on your own else there is no end to the amount of money you may spend and respect the local religious sentiment. Know about the place and its history. My experience of going to this place is as good as the people I come across.
Positives - Rich history, vibrant and kind of people around.
Negatives - Crowded, money driven business in and around the dargah and kind of people around.
Pay attention to all this, keep your eyes and ears open, don’t indulge in unknown activities, avoid beggars and complete the visit.
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