Makhdum or Makhdoom Kund is a dargah and a hot water spring dedicated to a Sufi saint, Makhdum Shah. This kund is famous for its sanctity and is visited by both the Hindu and Muslim sect. The saint lived in the forest of Rajgir for 12 years and used to regularly visit the kund. It is believed that the water of the kund never dries.
The water of the pond is also believed to be blessed by some divine powers and people come here to seek the blessing of the Sufi Saint. This popular tourist place in Rajgir is especially populated on festivals like Eid-Ul-Fitr, Diwali, and Holi. The best time to visit the Makhdum Kund is during the winter season and you can even take a dip in the warm water of the pond.
Location: Nimal, Rajgir, Bihar 803121, India
Timings: 8 AM to 7 PM