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CUTTACK, ODISHA

Qadam-e-Rasul
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Qadam-e-Rasul In Cuttack Odisha is a type of veneration of Muhammad. It comes from the belief started early in Islam that when Muhammad stepped on a rock his footprint left an imprint.  

  • Foot Print
  • Masjid

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An enormous rooftop planned with excellent pictures from Ismalic workmanship and lavish minarets denotes the eighteenth century Muslim altar in Cuttack, Qadam-l-Rasool (Footprint of the Messenger). Situated in the bustling Jail Road region in Cuttack, the dargah was inherent Indo-Islamic structural style by Shujauddin Mohammed Khan. It spreads over a space of 57 sections of land and has a high compound divider with towers at every one of the four corners. A huge minaret in the focal point of the dargah, bearing the bow and the star, is supplemented by nine little minarets that have been planned with wood carvings and veneer create. The Qadam-e-Rasool or the impression of the Messenger has been set inside a metal bowl in the focal point of the dargah, which likewise has a music exhibition known as Nawabat Khana. There are three more modest mosques inside the place of worship.

 

Cuttack-based history specialist Amal Kumar Mishra says the impression of the Prophet Mohammad engraved in a roundabout stone was brought to Cuttack by Haji Syed Alimullah, a nearby relative of Syed Hashim of Mashar of Persia, from Najab in Arabia with the mark of the Sheriff of Mecca. The hallowed relic was held under a tree at the far off Kukuriapada town in Cuttack region to affirm its force and validity. “At the point when individuals in the town and close by zones began getting restored of numerous illnesses, the then delegate nazim Shujauddin Mohammed Khan chose to carry it to its current area, which is Cuttack town,” he says. A comparative relic can be found in Dargah Qadam Sharif in New Delhi. 

Geographical Information

Qadam-e-Rasul In Cuttack Odisha is a shrine and an important specimen of Mughal architecture in Odisha. In the Qadam Rasool premises are present numerous dargahs, two masjids, namely Moti Masjid and Qadam e Rasool Masjid and several inscriptions.
Geographic coordinates  20°29′4.67″N 85°51′51.93″E  

Weather

Cuttack is 29m above sea level. The climate here is tropical. The summers here have a good deal of rainfall, while the winters have very little. This climate is considered to be Aw according to the Köppen-Geiger climate classification. The average annual temperature is 26.8 °C | 80.3 °F in Cuttack. About 1686 mm | 66.4 inch of precipitation falls annually.

The driest month is January, with 12 mm | 0.5 inch of rain. Most of the precipitation here falls in July, averaging 404 mm | 15.9 inch.

May is the warmest month of the year. The temperature in May averages 31.7 °C | 89.1 °F. January is the coldest month, with temperatures averaging 21.2 °C | 70.1 °F.

There is a difference of 392 mm | 15 inch of precipitation between the driest and wettest months. Throughout the year, temperatures vary by 10.6 °C | 51.0 °F.

Best Foods

You can get food from Hotels in the town area.

Best Time To Visit

  • A major reasonable is Eid. So many people came to this place.

Transportation (Direction)

y Air
The nearest Airport is Bhubaneswar Airport-30 Km.

 

By Train
Nearest Railway Stations are Cuttack- 2.7Km 

 

By Road
Regular Bus services are available .

How to Prepare for Place

To visit Qadam-e-Rasul in Cuttack Odisha, You can any time visit here. But On EID is a very big festival for this place. This place has rich history and culture. It is advisable to bring a camera to capture its beauty.

Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ's)

1. Are ATMs available there?

Ans:- Yes, There is so many ATM in nearest town area.

2. Entry Fees?

No Entry Fees.

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