Hasanabad: A piece of history amid a rapidly changing landscape in Mumbai

Source: The Indian Express by Vibhav Mariwala

Hasanabad: A piece of history amid a rapidly changing landscape in Mumbai

Within the narrow, bustling streets of Mazagaon lies Hasanabad, the resting place of Aga Khan I, the 46th Imam of the Nizari or Ismaili Muslims. Surrounded by chawls, highrises and shops, the marble monument that reminds many a visitor of the Taj Mahal, is a hidden historical gem. It has a wide ground surrounded by gardens and is a famous horticulture site.

Read more – Dated: July 30, 2017

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