Madurai Maqbara refers to the Dargahs of three Sufi saints: Mir Ahmad Ibrahim, Mir Amjad Ibrahim, and Abdus Salaam Ibrahim situated in Kazimar Big Mosque, Madurai, India. The Arabic word "Maqbara", which means that mausoleum, is derived from the phrase "qabr", this means that grave. Though maqbara refers to the graves of all Muslims, it refers in particular to the graves of spiritual figures or Waliyullahs who committed their existence to Islam, striving to be true Muslims and training others to follow Islam as first preached by the Prophet Mohamed.
In Madurai in southern Tamil Nadu there are numerous Dargahs of Waliyullahs, but the term "Madurai Maqbara" generally refers back to the Dargahs of three saints: Mir Ahmad Ibrahim and Abdus Salaam Ibrahim located in Kazimar Big Mosque premises. The beginning of these three Waliyullahs became d by means of Hazrat Nabi Sulaiman, the messenger of Allah, and a genie referred to as Jaimur turned into deployed via Hazrat Sulaiman to serve them. The vicinity wherein these 3 sheikhs' graves are determined is called Maqbara and is in the premises of Kazimar Big mosque inside the Heart of Madurai, town which is the cultural capital of Tamil Nadu in South India.
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