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A Pakistani Sufi dances outside the Data Darbar complex which contains the shrine of Saint Syed Ali bin Osman Al-Hajvery, popularly known as Data Ganj Bakhsh, during the three-day annual 'Urs' religious festival in Lahore on November 19, 2016. Data Ganj Bakhsh was a Persian Sufi and scholar during the 11th century. He was born in Ghazni, Afghanistan (990 AD) during the Ghaznavid Empire and settled and died in Lahore spreading Islam in South Asia. During the festival the shrine is lit with candles and lights, donated food is prepared for the people and Sufies dance around and musicians play music for hours. / AFP / ARIF ALI (Photo credit should read ARIF ALI/AFP/Getty Images)

A Pakistani Sufi dances outside the Data Darbar complex which contains the shrine of Saint Syed Ali bin Osman Al-Hajvery, popularly known as Data Ganj Bakhsh, during the three-day annual 'Urs' religious festival in Lahore on November 19, 2016.
Data Ganj Bakhsh was a Persian Sufi and scholar during the 11th century. He was born in Ghazni, Afghanistan (990 AD) during the Ghaznavid Empire and settled and died in Lahore spreading Islam in South Asia. During the festival the shrine is lit with candles and lights, donated food is prepared for the people and Sufies dance around and musicians play music for hours. / AFP / ARIF ALI        (Photo credit should read ARIF ALI/AFP/Getty Images)