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Photos: 10th of Muharram at Karbala Talkatora shrine in India's Lucknow

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"Qaima Gah" is the shrine constructed over the same spot where the camps of Imam Husain were present during the battle of Karbala.


According to, the original shrine is situated at Karbala, Iraq. Lucknow has two "Qaima Gah".


The first "Qaima Gah" is situated in Karbala Mir Khuda Baksh (Karbala Talkatora). This "Qaima Gah" is a white colored octagonal structure with a dome.


The second "Qaima Gah" is situated in Kacchi Karbala, adjacent to Karbala of Dayanat-ud-Daula. This "Qaima Gah" is almost same to the original Qaima Gah in Karbala, Iraq.



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