Moinuddin Chisti Dargah Sharif In Ajmer Is Famous PILGRIMAGE For people who believe in Garib Nawaz
The Dargah Sharif (shrine) of Garib Nawaz Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti, known as Dargah Sharif in Ajmer is a strong international wakf managed in the ‘Dargah Khwaja Saheb Act, 1955’ of Government of India. The Dargah Sharif Board, appointed by the Authorities, handles charitable contributions, requires care of the upkeep with the shrine, and runs charity institutions like shops, and visitor houses for the enthusiasts. The dargah, which is visited by Muslim pilgrims as well as Hindus and Sikhs as an indication of intercommunal tranquility.
Dargah Sharif associated with Hazrat Khwaja Muinuddin Chishti is of course an ornament to the city of Ajmer. It is one of all of the holiest regions of praise in India not necessarily only for the Muslims however also with regard to the persons of some other faiths who maintain the saint the superior confidence and respect. As mentioned earlier. The Khwaja Saheb, as a ‘surviving spirit’ of tranquility and harmony, loves general regard and loyalty ever since he set his almost holy feet on the soil of Hindustan.
Khwaja Garib Nawaz Sahib (R.A) quicker the peace of his work of preaching of Islam. Allah had blessed him an extremely extraordinary personality and valuable way of teaching and a heart and soul full of sympathy, affection for humanity and good fashion that is why once a person sprang in touch with him evolved great loving for him, individuals began arriving in groups and accepting Islam, Therefore thousands of people were enlighten with Islam two main person who accepted Islam dive this time were Shad doe and also Ajay pal Jogi.
The Dargah Sharif contains numerous superfluous beautiful buildings, tombs, courtyards and Daalaans, specific of which are attractive and varieties of the Moghul style. He has indisputably remained and unique of the extreme divine saviors of human sufferings. To the faithful and afflicted souls appealing his blessing, he has constantly stayed a never-failing foundation of virtuous power and supernatural instruction.
When his spiritual guide and teacher, Hazrat Khwaja Usman Harooni (ra), paid a visit to Delhi, Garib Nawaz Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti (ra) requested that “some calm, quiet and secluded place may be chosen for his permanent abode and stay,” to which His Holiness responded: “O, Moinuddin! Live in my company for some time once again so that though may Saint acquire spiritual powers through the constancy of my teaching and preaching and after that everlastingly settle in Ajmer.”
The renowned poet of Shiraz, Sheikh Sa’di (ra) came to Delhi at that time and had the privilege of meeting both the saints.
“As I am unconscious and intoxicated by the wine of Your love,
In everything I look into, I see Your Beauty and loveliness.”
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