Khokari Siddi Tombs, Murud
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Khokari Siddi Tombs, Murud

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These 18th Century Khokari tombs are located on the mainland about 6 Km from the famous island fort of Murud-Janjira. The larger tomb is that of Siddi Surul Khan and the two smaller ones belong to Siddi Yakut Khan and Khairiyat Khan. There is also a small disused Masjid in the complex where the Koran is read on yearly death days.

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Text by Steve Smith.

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