Kolhapur: Urusa, a symbol of Hindu-Muslim unity, begins in Kurundwad leader

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Kurundwad: Pudari News Service: Urusa of village deity Hazrat Daulatshah Wali of Kurundwad started today (5th). Galef and Shahi Sandal were offered by Mankari village policeman Patil Raosaheb Patil of Daulatshah Dargah Urusa which teaches equality which is the symbol of Hindu Muslim unity.

The Urusa of Hazrat Daulatshah Wali Dargah, a symbol and tradition of Hindu-Muslim unity, began with a royal procession in the presence of thousands of devotees. Urosa started by Shahi Sandal can be enjoyed for 5 days.

A procession was taken from the palace to the dargah. When the band team reached the dargah in a sandal procession, former mayor Raosaheb Patil, Ajit Patil and the dargah trustees offered a holy garland and a garland of flowers. Khatam was given at this time. At this time, hands were beaten on the dargah.

Assistant Police Inspector Balaji Bhange has deployed police force to ensure that no untoward incident takes place during the Urosa and that the Urosa takes place peacefully. Devotees had thronged for darshan since this morning. While female devotees worshiped the dargah with reverence.

Bapusaheb Asange, Raju Awale, Akhtar Mulla, Majjid Mulla, Raju Attar, Jitendra Salunkhe, Akil Bowler, Ramzan Pakhali, Kudrat Bhusari, Tanveer Mulla, Imtiaz Matwal, Mohsin, Bapusaheb Mulla etc. were present in large numbers.

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