Setting a unique example of communal harmony, hundreds of devotees prayed for the Prime Minister designate Narendra Modi during the 369th Urs of Mughal emperor Shahjahan at Taj Mahal in Agra.
The devotees prayed that the new government at the Centre would for the welfare of all section of the society.
The three day Urs began on Sunday in the Taj City and will conclude on May 27.
The pilgrims gathered at the graves of Mughal emperor Shahjahan and his beloved wife Mumtaz.
The people also prayed for the peace and development in the country.
Elaborate arrangements have been made to mark the occasion with poetry reading and a qawwali recital, among other events.
The Urs celebrations are organised by the khadims, or traditional custodians of the white marble mausoleum.