Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti dargah at Ajmer sharif
At that time, Ajmer was ruled by Prithvi Raj Chauhan, the well-known Rajput emperor. In Ajmer, he wanted to reside at the site exactly where the Auliya mosque is today located but the servants of Prithvi Raj Chauhan did not allow him to do so on the pretext that the camels of Prithvi Raj Chauhan normally sat on that point there. Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti thereupon countered: “If the camels sit there, let them sit.” He after that stayed on a Hill close to Ana Sagar Lake and utilized the site now best-known as Chillah Khwaja Sahib.
The camels came back to their usual position and sat certainly there as usual, but once they sat, they were unable to stand up again. The Raja was knowledgeable. All the camel-owners tendered an unconditional apology. Garib Nawaz – Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti, accepting the apology said: “Well, go. The camels now stand.” When they came back, they saw the camels were standing.
When the information spread that a very pious dervish had arrive to Ajmer, persons began to flock to him in growing numbers. Whoever came to him, received the nicest cure and blessings. People were so much inspired by his heavenly teachings and efficiency that they began to accept Islam. Many started to be his disciples.
At the same time, Shahabuddin Muhammad Ghori again attacked India, in 1192 AD, and in the popular Battle of Tarain, conquered Prithvi Raj Chauhan. When Shahabuddin Muhammad Ghori arrived to realize of the presence of Garib Nawaz at Ajmer, he actually came to see him and appreciated the elegance of his meeting.
Garib Nawaz – Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti eventually left Ajmer for quite a few times and came back again to help Ajmer in 1191 AD. He left for Baghdad in 1200 AD and on reaching Balkh, Garib Nawaz accepted Maulana Ziauddin as his spiritual disciple. He went to Ajmer a third time in 1206 AD and once again in 1213 AD.
He visited Delhi twice throughout the reign of Sultan Shamsuddin Iltutmish. He reached Delhi in 1214 AD and stayed at in the Khanqah of Khwaja Qutbuddin Bakhtiar Kaki, and during his stay, he conferred a costume on to Hazrat Baba Fariduddin Ganjshakar.
As soon as his religious guide and teacher, Hazrat Khwaja Usman Harooni, paid a visit to Delhi, Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti requested that “some calm, quiet and hidden location may be selected as for his continuing abode and stay,” to which His Holiness responded: “O, Moinuddin! Live in my group for a few time once again so that thou may’st obtain spiritual capabilities through the constancy of my training and speaking and after that permanently settle down in Ajmer.” The famous poet of Shiraz, Sheikh Sa’di came to Delhi at that time and had the opportunity of meeting both the saints.
Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti repeatedly went to Delhi in 1224 AD at these ask for of a specific player, who implored him to ask the emperor to set besides the order of confiscation of the produce of his land approved by a specific officer.
He desired to consider Khwaja Qutbuddin Bakhtiar Kaki with them to Ajmer as Sheikh Najmuddin Sughra had reported to him in which the occurrence of Qutb Sahab in Delhi surpassed his significance and respect, but when implored by the excessive and the low of Delhi not to do so, acceptable him to reside in Delhi and entrusted the city to his attention. He himself comes back to Ajmer.
Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti continued his noble brilliant vision, showing the Way of Truth to the individuals. He equally sent his disciples and successors to the various portion of the nation who equally served the people and preached the tenets of Islam. A few of his prominent successors are:
1. Hazrat Khwaja Qutbuddin Bakhtiar Kaki (Delhi)
2. Hazrat Sheikh Baba Fariduddin Ganjshakar (Pakpattan)
3. Hazrat Sheikh Nizamuddin Auliya (Delhi)
4. Hazrat Sheikh Nasiruddin Chiragh Dehlavi(Delhi)
The best time for the seer of dervish is indicated by the absence of all cares from his mind.
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