!Khankah Mujibia Khankah Mujibia, also known as the Bari Khankah, is in Phulwari Sharif in Patna district of Bihar in India. It is famous as an important Islamic pilgrimage situated at abouty 7 km from Patna Railway Station. Phulwari Sharif has always been a favorite abode of Sufi saints. Hazrat Pir Muzibullah Quadri was one of those who lived in the 18th Century. He had founded the Khankah Muzibia here. An old Madarsa here has been the most important centre for teaching of Islamic philosophy since its establishment. Sacred hairs of the beard of Paigamber Hazrat Muhammad Saheb are preserved here in Bari Khankah that attracts throngs of his followers and a big fair is held every year. There is also an archeologically important and worth seeing ancient Sangi Masjid (mosque) built of red stones. It was built by the Mughal Emperor Humayun.