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According to local Muslims, they have been hearing the `breathing' and a hissing noise off and on from the tomb (darga) of Hajarat Sabdar Aulia Baba, a Muslim cleric who lived in the village in the early 20th century and was entombed by his followers after his demise. The members of the Darga Committee, D.Hameed Basha, Munna and Hameed Khan in a press release claimed that they started noticing the unusual feature from the evening of July 4. They insisted that they were seeing even slight movement under the thick clothing draped over the tomb as though somebody were inhaling and exhaling. They said that suspecting that there might be a snake or a rodent underneath they even removed the drape and searched but found nothing.
The Darga is now attracting devotees from all over the district and from Tamil Nadu too.
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