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WELCOME TO MAMPURAM MAQAM

  • Mampuram Maqam is one of the leading shrines of South India locating near the Kadalundi River in Abdurahman Nagar Panchayath of Tirurangadi Taluk, Malappuram district. It is famous for the tombs of Qutubuzzaman Sayyid Alavi bin Muhammad bin Sahl Mouladdaweela and his family who were an iconic presence in anti-colonial struggles and had a deep-rooted influence in shaping the social, religious and political culture of Keralite Muslims. Heading from Hadhramaut of Yemen, their motherland, with a pursuit of propagating Islam in the Malabar province, they could win the hearts within a short period. As a result, thousands of people irrespective of their religion, race and caste are flocking towards them each and every day.
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ZIYARATH (VISITING)

 

Opening Time

6:00 AM
 

Zuhar Prayer Break

20 Minutes
 

Asr Prayer Break

20 Minutes
 

Closing Time

20 Minutes Before Magrib

For Donations Contact Below Numbers

HELP LINE

+91 9656310300

Maqam: +91 9996313786

Darul Huda : 0494 2460 575

Darul Huda : 0494 2464 502

ONLINE SERVICE

For Donations Use Below Bank Account Details

A/C NO:0825201000445

A/C NAME: MAMBRAM MAKKAM

BANK: CANARA BANK

BRANCH: TIRURANGADI

IFSC CODE: CNRB0000825

NEWS/EVENTS

EVENTS

  • Swalath majlis is one of the important functions held at Mampuram Maqam.
    Plethora of believers has been attending the function which held after Magrib prayer in every Thursdays.
    This Swalath Majlis was constituted by Mampuram Sayyid Alawi Mouladdaveela after the demise of his uncle Sayyid Hassan Bin Jifri. Swalath Majlis is being held without any interruption for two centuries.

Instructions

  • Muslim Pilgrims are requested to be with right intentions, sincerity and should be cautious to avoid non-Islamic activities

  • Muslim womens are obliged to wear dresses which appropriate teachings of Islam. All should care their child and keep valuable materials such as ornaments very safe

  • Do not spent more time inside the Maqam

  • Congregational prayers are only allowed at the hall to the outside of Maqam. Do not create troubles by raising sound during the recitation of Quran, Dikr etc.

  • Pilgrims should be vigilant to ensure hygiene of Maqam and its surroundings

 

UROOS

  • In connection with the day of Mampuram Sayyid Alavi Thangal's demise, Uroos festivals are held annually. As his demise was in the year 1260 (H)(A.D 1845) on 7th of Muharram , Uroos festivals are held felicitously during the first seven consecutive days of Muharram, under the supervision of Darul huda managing committee. The festival officially commences on Muharram on the heels of Asr prayer with ceremonial flag hoisting that takes place on Maqam premises after a congregational Ziyarath attended by prominent scholarly figures and elder members of Mampuram Thangal's sacred lineage.
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