The Khanqah-e-molla, also known as Shah-e-Hamdan, is an ancient Muslim shrine situated on the banks of Jhelum in Srinagar. Being an essential religious place in Srinagar, this shrine was constructed in the year 1395 and later it was re-built in the year 1732. It is a place to witness the magnificent wood construction that draws motivation from Buddhist, Islamic and Hindu trends. It was built by Sikander in remembrance of the Sufi Saint Mir Syed Ali Hamdan, who used to live in Kashmir and was active in propagating Islam. The temple of the saint is a peaceful place in Srinagar.