Dargah-e-Ala Hazrat is Dargah (tomb) of Ahmed Raza Khan (1856–1921), a 19th-century Hanafi jurist, who is known for his staunch opposition of Wahhabis in India. The Dargah is in Bareilly, a city in Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. The dome of the Dargah was designed by Hazrat Allama Shah Mehmood Jaan Qadri with the use of matchsticks

The Dargah is a spiritual center for the Sunni Muslims of South Asia.[citation needed] Annual observation of Urs is held at the Dargah. People from every corner of earth visit for the Use-e-Rizvi.

In 2014 during the observation of death anniversary of Ahmed Raza Khan (Urs-e-Razwi) at the Dargah-e-Ala Hazrat, Muslim clerics condemned the terrorism practiced by the Taliban and the ideology of the Wahhabi sect.

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