Ma HajiAni Dargah | Vikas Dilawari Architects

Built in 1908 by the Yusuf family, the Ma Haji Ani Dargah is situated on a hilly outcrop diagonally opposite the larger Haji Ali Dargah in Mumbai.

Built in the Indo-Saracenic architectural style this Dargah has undergone extensive conservation under architect Vikas Dilawari. Today the restored monument stands as a subtle landmark overlooking the Mumbai harbour restored in fine detail to its original glory.

The conservation effort of the Durgah was commissioned by the Mama Hajiani Durgah Mosque and the Mohmad Hasham Santorium Trust

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