The major mosque of Mangalore city is "Ullal Darga" constructed in 1958. Uroo's festival at this place is special to watch, though the festival is celebrated after every five years.The Ullal darga famous for Uroos fair has an interesting history behind its presence. Located about 10 kms from the heart of the city the darga is easily accessible by buses, auto-rickshaws ans taxis.The Dargah to commemorate Saint Sayyid Mohammed Shareeful Madani, located in Ullal in South Kanara, has been drawing pilgrims from all faiths.
Now Ullal Darga is one of the popular pilgrim center as well famous for charity through its Educational institutions, Hospital & financial assistance to poor people, supply free BOOKS to poor students, Medical assistance etc.Main Attractions at Ullal Darga are Tomb of the Saint Seyyed Muhammad Shareeful Madani,Holy Well and Juma Masjid.The Seyyid Madani Darga observes Uroos once in five years which attracts pilgrims from all over the country and it has earned the name of Ajmer Darga of the south.
By Road: Mangalore roads are clean and properly managed by administrations. The NH (National Highway) 48 and NH 17 is linked to many other big cities and towns of the nation. Private and government buses are available from various cities of India to reach Mangalore.
By Train:Mangalore is the big city directly connected through train from various parts of the country. Kerala -Mangalore Railways, Konkan Railways, and Hassan Mangalore Railways are direct trains allowing visitors to reach this Indian tourist place easily.
By Air: The closest Bajpe airport to reach Mangalore is just 16 kms away. Bajpe airport is connected by domestic flights from various parts of the country.