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Hazrat Abdul Rahman Shah alias Sailani Shah Baba's Dargah is a short distance from Pimpalgaon in Buldhana district. For more than a hundred years, people of all faiths have believed him for various Mannat and Murads. <a href="">Sailani Baba</a> Baba came here from North India. After coming to Pimpalgaon, many people cure with difficulties with the blessings of Baba. Gradually, Baba's praise spread to the surrounding districts and people started coming here from far and wide. This dargah was built in 1908 after Baba's wisal. Since then, Urs Sharif is celebrated every year.

<a href="">Barelvi</a> (Urdu: بَریلوِی‎, Barēlwī, Urdu pronunciation: [bəreːlʋi]) is a Sunni revivalist movement following the Hanafi school of jurisprudence, with over 200 million followers in South Asia and in parts of Europe, America and Africa. It is a broad Sufi-oriented movement that encompasses a variety of Sufi orders, including the Chistis, Qadiris, Soharwardis and Naqshbandis. The movement was developed under the leadership of Sufi scholar Ahmed Raza Khan Barelvi (1856–1921) around 1870-1890, in opposition to contemporary revivalist Deobandi and Ahl-i Hadith movements.

During Mawlid (the birthday of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him)) special recitations (Naats) that have been written by scholars such as Ahmed Raza Khan are recited. The salat o salam with Durood and Hamd o Naat is recited after Fajr and Jumuah prayers and a brief version is attached in front of the adhan. The Miraj, Shaberat or Shab-e-Barat, Urs of the saints and <a href="">Gyarvi Sharif</a> of Sheikh Abdul Qadir Jilani is celebrated.