It is a story about faith, belief, spirituality and mysteries related with the Shrine of Hazrat Sahjalal (Rd) who was a major sufi saint of Bangladesh and is the most celebrated personality of the region of Sylhet. Shah Jalal's name is associated with the Muslim conquest of Sylhet, although he passed away 800 years before but people still remember him in their critical times. Daily thousands of devotee comes to visit his tomb from different corners of the country. My story is focus on the emotion and faith of the peoples coming here through their mysterious journey of spirituality.
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