Known as Mumbai’s own Taj Mahal, the Hasnabad Dargah is a stunning structure of the blue and white stone. It houses the tomb of Shah Hasan Ali Shah and is Mumbai’s most beautiful mausoleum.
This architectural marvel is located in Mazagaon, one of the original seven islands of Mumbai. Set amidst dull warehouses and mechanic shops, this lesser-known marvel isn’t popular among locals and tourists but is sure to take your breath away.
It’s open to members of a particular Muslim sect. However, no one will stop you from appreciating the beauty and clicking pictures from the outside. It may be open for the public soon but the matter is in the discussion.
It’s one of the 43 underrated attractions of Mumbai that tourists or travelers often miss seeing.