Ajmer Hazrt Khwaja Garib Nawaz Dargah (R.A)

Published on December 28, 2017

Ajmer Hazrt Khwaja Garib Nawaz Dargah (R.A)

Dargah Sharif or Ajmer Sharif is the tomb {of the|of any|of your} sufi saint, Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti, who came to Ajmer Hazrt Khwaja Garib Nawaz Dargah  from Persia in 1192. Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Hasan Chishti occupies a prominent place {between|amidst} the spiritual healers of the world. Designed with a white marble, {they have|it includes} {eleven|10|14} arches and a Local inscription running through the full length of the building. {Excellent|Very low} marble curve and the actual burial place inside is surrounded by a silver platform. The tomb attracts {thousands|thousands and thousands|millions} of pilgrims {annually|yearly} on the death anniversary of the saint.

People from every religion, caste, creed come here and {give you a|give a} traditional “chadar” to seek {benefits|delights} {of the|with this|on this} Sufi saint. {Nothing at all|Little or nothing} can beat the “qawwali” at Khwaja Garib Nawaz Dargah {with a|that has a|that includes a} magical {electric power|electricity|ability} that rarely leaves any member of the audience un-touched. Due to {the|their|it is} charitable work, the shrine is


{Within the|In the|Inside} gumbad mubarak, there is a silver ‘Chaparkhat’ (canopy) inlaid with pieces of mother-of-pearl presented by Chief Jahangir. Between the four poles supporting this `chaparkhat’, there is silver `katehra’ (railing) with an {posture|arc|alignment} {towards|for the|on the} south. There is another outer silver katehra running around the burial place at a distance of about 2 feet. The devotees are led into this space to offer flowers and prayers over the tomb. The {roof|threshold|limit} of the dome is covered by a costly velvet chatgiri. A {unusual|distinct|odd} kind of fascinating {efluvio|aromatischer geschmackstoff} prevails in the shrine which inspires the {site visitors|guests|tourists} with a spontaneous and irresistible urge for {faithfulness|loyalty|commitment} and homage towards the asleep saint. {The moment|When} one enters the interior of the shrine, he seems as if he is in the {occurrence} of some exalted soul or mighty spiritual king.


Over the Darbar, there is a silver ‘chaparkhat’ (canopy) inlaid with pieces of mother-of-pearl presented by Emperor Jahangir. Between the four poles supporting this `chaparkhat’, there is silver `katehra’ (railing) with an arch towards the south. There is another outer silver katehra running around the Darbar at a distance of about 2 feet. The devotees are led into this space to offer flowers and prayers over the Darbar. The ceiling of the dome is covered by a costly velvet chatgiri. A peculiar kind of fascinating aroma prevails in the shrine which inspires the visitors with a spontaneous and irresistible urge for devotion and homage towards the asleep saint. As soon as one enters the interior of the shrine, he feels as if he is in the presence of some exalted soul or mighty spiritual king


Effecting the principal eastern to the Shrine or Mausoleum, {there exists a|we have a|there is also a} handsome porch known as Begami Daalaan which was built in 1643 AD by Princess Jahan Ara Begam, {the favourite|ended up being} {child|girl|little girl} of Emperor Shah Jahan. The walls and {the pretty|the gorgeous} marble pillars of the Begami Daalaan were required for colorful gold in 1888 AD. Later on, the ceiling of this Daalaan was also {adorned|decorated|ornamented} in gold with the money donated by a Muslim merchant of Bombay.

Could be portico was {employed by} the Begams or {girls|females} of the Mughal harem throughout their {regular|repeated|recurrent} visits to the shrine. There are two {coexisting|sychronizeds|synchronous} entrances to the Shrine through the Begami Daalaan. The doors of both of them are {installed|attached} with heavy silverplate {created|designed|engraved} in ornamental details. The tomb is of white marble inlaid with {bits of|items of|components of} {treasured|important} stones and is daily bestrewed with sandal-paste and Itars (perfumes). {This is|That is} always covered with very costly ‘Ghilaafs’ (coverings made of velvet and silk) embroidered with friendly silver and gold tracings.

Begami Dalaan: {The primary|The key} {door|gateway} of Gumbad Sharif {encounters|confronts|looks} the east. {An attractive|A lovely|A wonderful} and grand three side-opened verandah is situated beyond {the key} gate. It was built by princess Jahan {Perruche|Perroquet} in 1053 Hijra, thus it {is known as|is named|is referred to as} Begami Dalaan.
Mazar Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti
Khwaja Saheb was {set|put|placed} to rest in the same cabin in which he had prayed and meditated and breathed his last. His grave continued to be unconstructed for about {two hundred and fifty|two hundred fifity|two hundred fifty} years till Sultan Ghayasuddin built the Mazar and the tomb with a glittering dome over it The engravings on the dome were {performed|completed|accomplished} during the reign of Sultan Mahmud bin Nasiruddin. {Ruler|California king|Full} of Mandu offered opportunities for the shrine. {Within the|In the|Inside} tomb, golden railings {throughout the|surrounding the|about the} Mazar were the offering by emperor Jahangir and the other silver railing were {proposed by|made available from} princess Jahan Ara.

Ajmer Hazrt Khwaja Garib Nawaz Dargah



{Once|When ever|The moment} Hazrat Khwaja Muinuddin {was created|came to be|was developed} (536 AH) at Chisht in Sistan, which is also known as Sajistan, East Persia. The {serenity|peacefulness|tranquility} of the Muslim world was horribly disturbed. Sistan and its surrounding {countries were|gets were|position were} experiencing unprecedented bloodshed and plunder as a result of barbarous Tartars and other rebels. {These types of|These kinds of} intruders had taken {good thing about} the weak government of Sultan Sanjar. The life and honour of the people were in {regular|frequent} danger. The wild Tartars had completely destroyed the follower of the Muslim nation. They outraged {mankind|humankind|human race} practically in all the centers of the 600-year old Muslim civilisation and culture.

{Because of|As a result of} these {spotty|sporadic|irregular} political disturbances in sistan, khawaja Ghiyasuddin Hasan, {dad|daddy} of khawaja Muinuddin, one day decided to {close|closed|close up} down and leave Sistan for a safer place. He migrated with his family to Neshapur the Capital city, which was one of the most flourishing cities {in those times|during those times|just}. {This was|That was} a great centre of intellectual and {economical|monetary} activities and possessed the popular “Nizamia” university with {a treasured|an important} library that {included|comprised|covered} rare collection of {Initial|Unique|First} literature. There lived discovered Ulama and reputed Sufis who imparted knowledge in moral and spiritual enlightenment to scholars drawn from far and near. {Presently there|Right now there|Generally there} lived physicians and {performers|designers|music artists} of rare qualifications. {Presently there were|Right now there were|Generally there were} rich gardens and canals with flourishing {farming|gardening} fields. One of the suburbs was called Rewand which was {recognized for|known for} {the|their|it is} grape orchards. {It really is|It truly is|It can be} {documented|noted|registered} that khawaja Ghiyasuddin Hasan bought an orchard with a windmill in this vicinity to settle down for a peaceful life.

“Man proposes but {Our god|The almighty|Goodness} disposes” is an old saying. The peace in search of which Khawaja Ghiyasuddin Hasan had moved to Neshapur {had not been|has not been} to be had even in fantastic city. Here too {the folks were|the individuals were|those were} hanging in {a dreadful|a bad} suspense between life and death. The brave Sultan Sanjar had been {preventing|struggling|struggling with} the Tartars at the border to check them {for some time|for years} with no success. Due to his {continuous|long term|extended} absence from the capital, his administrative machinery was showing indications of {mold|waste}. Internally, the Fidayees of the ‘Qarmti’ and ‘Baatini’ sects (one of {in whose|whoever} members had already killed the able Wazeer Nizamul Mulk) had also come out of their hideouts and were roaming about {the nation|the|the region} unabated, spreading {crazy|outrageous|untamed} fire of rebellion all round. These armed {lots were|millions were|large numbers were} busy in {low cost|inexpensive|general} plunder and massacre of the innocent people.

{These types of|These kinds of} awe-inspiring events had a very deep impression on the mind of the young Khawaja Muinuddin who had been watching the whole barbarous drama objectively at his impressionable young age.

The ‘Qarmti’ and Baatani’ intriguers had {transported|taken} centuries old grudge against the Hanafi Muslims who held both temporal and spiritual powers in {sequence|series} for more than five-hundred years after the {loss of life|fatality} of the Holy {Forecaster|Telepathist|Psychic} (May peace of {Our god|The almighty|Goodness} land on him). {Even though|Though} it was an older grudge but. As Islamic history shows they {absolutely|entirely|completely} failed in all their designs to destroy their rivals. Islam has {made it|made it through} many vicissitudes of {background|record} and Quran has {guaranteed|assured|stated} its survival up to the last Day-of-Judgment.


{Nearest|Best} to Allah is {one that|person who|individual who} possesses the following 3 quality

1. Magnanimity of the river

Kindness of {sunlight|the sunlight|direct sunlight}

Humility of the earth.

Noblest of {Personality is|Figure is|Persona is} possessed by one who is

Beautiful in poverty

Content in {Food cravings|Craving for food|Being hungry}

Cheerful in {Suffering|Tremendous grief|Sadness}

{Good|Lovely|User friendly} in Hostility

Surest way to keep {from the|off of the} {inner|interior|inside} punishment in the {heck is|terrible is}

To feed the {starving|famished}

To redress the aggrieved

To help the distressed

Without performing {inch|inches|very well} Namaz ” none can approach ” Allah” (God) because ” Namaz” is the Climax (miragj) in the process of such approach for pious

The heart of {an enthusiast|a fan|a mate} ( True lover of Allah ) constantly {burns up|can burn|melts away} with the fire of love so much so that what ever {burglars|thieves|criminals} {after} its sanctity is reduced to ashes

Of all the worship that pleases Almighty Allah the best is the great of relief of the humble and oppressed

The path of love of God is such a path that who so ever steps into it, loses himself.

{Just one|Merely one|Only 1} can realize the Almighty who is away from the world and consider {him self|him or her self} AArif (Spiritual person).

{In accordance|Relating|In respect} to seekers of {Our god|The almighty|Goodness} to see five things is a worship even these are seen {individually|independently}:

To see parents

{To find out|To determine|To view} QURAN MAJID

To see ULEMA



{Right now there are|At this time there are|Now there are} four stages of affection

Always remember {Our god|The almighty|Goodness}

Go Extreme in {keeping in mind|knowing how} God {and become|and stay} happy in doing the same.

{Adhere to|Stick to|Comply with} such paths {that assist|that really help} you in giving up his passion for worldly {wishes|wants|needs}

{One that|Person who|Individual who} wants salvation and want protection from chastisement on the day of judgement should fulfill the needs of poor and hungry.

Good company is better than {running along quite well|doing quite well} {actions|acts} and bad company is worst than commenting evils

To help the oppressed is the best {spirit|heart and soul|heart} of praise

One who never returns needy {clear|clean|drain} handed is darwesh

Arief always considers death as his friend, comfort as his enemy and this individual always remembers {Our god|The almighty|Goodness}

{1|A single|One particular} who commits sin and consider himself near to God is {a terrible|an inappropriate|a vicious}

{One that|Person who|Individual who} {have got|own} three {characteristics is|features is|attributes is} Arif

{Apprehension|Cowardliness, timidity, fearfulness, apprehension}

The more {truly|seriously|really} and whole heartedly Namaz is offered {the greater|a lot more} you will be {near} {Thor|Jahve|Kristus} Pak

The Enlightened is {one that|person who|individual who} does not keep anything dear to his heart except the memories of {Our god|The almighty|Goodness}

In the world there is {absolutely nothing|practically nothing|nothing at all} better than the {culture|world|contemporary society} of the mystics and the respect proven to the saints.

Be {ever before|at any time} prepared for Death

This individual Indeed is {regular|frequent} and firm in love who voluntarily and with {pleasure|joy|please} accepts all the troubles and pain received from the friend.

Whosoever {received|acquired} any blessing got by Generosity indeed.

A Darvesh should be so {near} God that God can provide him whatever this individual wants if not then {he could be|he’s|he can} not entitled to be called Darvesh.

{All those|Individuals|These} indeed {would be the|will be the|are definitely the} loves of God. who if {they feature|they give} morning prayers are {continually|consistently} in {the idea of|the concept of} the good friend till another morning plea.

Ajmer Hazrt Khwaja Garib Nawaz Dargah

Those who are true lovers of God offers both of the sides {with regard to|in the interest of} their beloved and even then {believe that|think that} they have done nothing {deserving|worthwhile|valuable}.

One who does not perform devotion to {Thor is|Jahve is|Kristus is} involved in the career of attaining guilty earning.


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