Adharshila Dargah of Kota is a tranquil place located on the banks of River Chambal just near Chambal Garden.
Devotees throng here in a large number to seek blessing and pay their appreciation.
The Aura of this place is magical, aroma of incense stick all around fills you with spirituality and makes you feel good.
It is so named because saint Adharshila got buried here under a massive piece of rock that is partially immersed in Chambal river. The mausoleum is 110 feet tall and 80 ft wide.
Adharshila Dargah is also known as Dargah Of Amir Kabir.
Once you enter inside the Dargah through the main gate, you will come across the primary chowk where a few cenotaphs are present.
Then there are stairs down to the Adharshila rock, which will take you to the most beautiful part of Adharhshila. From here you can watch the mighty Chambal flowing in its glory.
And even the Hanging Bridge is visible from here.
The legend related to Adharshila:
It is believed that the rock is suspended partially in water and partially outside but it has no base. It is not touching any solid base that makes it worth a place to visit in Kota.
You can feed fish that come here in large number as many people keep feeding them and the shade that keeps them away from the scorching sun.
This place is very calm and there is a different energy around here.
Once you get out of Adharshila Dargah, just to the left there is a small garden from where you can actually touch the water of Chambal River.
If you love to take photographs, you should not miss this part.
From here you can witness the gorgeous Chambal river and the chimney of the thermal power plant in the background.
Best time to visit Adharshila Dargah:
Before Sunset throughout the year.
There is no restriction to any religion. Anyone can visit this place. It remains open all the time and there is no entry fee.