Dargah Sharif, venerated by both Hindus and Muslims is the tomb of Khwaja Muin-ud-din Chishti. He was a Sufi saint who came from Persia and devoted his life to the service and welfare of the poor and downtrodden. Constructed in several stages, the gate with silver doors forms the entrance of the site. The actual tomb of the saint is enveloped by a silver railing and a marble screen. This has been made of marble and a gold plated dome.In his remembrance, every year Urs is held in this region for six days. The duration has religious significance, owing to the belief that when he was 114 years old, the saint locked himself in a room for six days to pray, and left his mortal body in solitude. It is believed that the cauldrons were offered by Emperor Akbar when the saint blessed him with a heir to his throne. Located at the foot of a small and barren hill in Ajmer, the tomb was built by Humayun. Constructed with white marble, the tomb has 11 arches and a Persian inscription.