Sacred Place

Rawza Sakhi Shah-e-Mardan mosque

Sakhi Shah-e Mardan Shrine or Ziyarat-e Sakhi (Pashto/Dari: زیارت سخی)
G. Hussain for Nomad's Land

KabulAfghanistan • 1827 m

The mosque Rawza Sakhi Shah-e-Mardan, also known as the Rawza-e-Sakhi Shrine, is a historical mosque located in the city of Kabul, Afghanistan. It is named after Sakhi Shah-e-Mardan, who is believed to have been a companion of the Prophet Muhammad. The mosque is said to have been built in the 18th century, and it is known for its intricate tilework and calligraphy. The mosque is a popular pilgrimage site for Shia Muslims, and it is also considered a significant architectural and historical landmark in Kabul. Some stories say that it's a place for miracles and blessings.