(Last Updated on : 30-05-2019)
Belonging to the warrior saint
called Shyakh Abdullah Shah Changal, the tomb of Shyakh Changal is located in the city
of Dhar in the Indian state
of Madhya Pradesh
. The tomb has been rebuilt and the inscriptions
on the compound gate are written in Persian which dates back to 1455AD. There are historical records which suggest that after Abdullahs arrival in Dhar, he was converted from Bhoja
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