If you were enchanted by the many Qawwali sequences at dargahs from Bollywood movies, you can get a taste of the same at Dargah Hazrat Shah Khamosh in Nampally. Tucked away in the bylanes of an otherwise busy area, the dargah is surprisingly peaceful, and the architecture is done with intricate carvings. The dargah was named after the Sufi saint Hazrat Shah Khamosh. Legend has it, that when the saint had a spat with a peer, he was asked to be silent, which led him to be silent for more than two decades. That's how his name famously came about; the saint also penned many poems under his pen name - Khamosh (silent).
We were told that on special occasions, musicians come in from different places in India to perform here, with shahnais. The dargah is decorated with colourful chandeliers and is a sight to behold at nights when it's lit up. The caretakers welcome all visitors with open arms. So, visit this place to experience Sufism in its truest form.