" Pilgrimage Ajmer India, Pilgrimage Ajmer Rajasthan, India "
invite you to celebrate functions & ceremonies of Holy Dargah Sharif
with me by attending the Holy Shrine programs. My forefathers being true
disciples of HAZRAT KHWAJA GHARIB NAWAZ have helped people all over the
world since last eight hundred years through prayers, Amal, Tawiz Taweez,
& personal guidance & now i'm doing this good deed without any cost.
If you or your family member or relative is in trouble & face any problem you just need to pen-down or call me. I will do all to help through SPECIAL PRAYERS at the HOLY MAZAR SHARIF of KHWAJA SAHIB & through AMAL & TAWIZ .
I need not to stress the great powers of PRAYERS or the Miracles of Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Chishty (R.A.) as this is a well known fact all over the world that whosoever came here with a desire in one's heart got it fulfilled, Poors became Rich, Unknowns became Famous, etc. so i request you to come & amp; experience the power & amp; miracle of Hazrat Khwaja Gharib Nawaz (R.A.) .
Way of Offerings
At any HOLY DARGAH particularly at Ajmer.The nature and purpose of offerings apart from what has been said earlier is,
1) Firstly a person makes a vow and when his vow is fulfilled he makes the offerings.
2) The second form of the offerings is that the devotee has not made any vow, but when he visits the DARGAH he out of devotion presents money or any other thing at the holy grave of the saint with the intention that whatever he is presenting will be used by those who are entitled to receive it. At Ajmer the devotees pay the offering to us as their well wisher or spiritual preceptor.
3) The third form of offering is that it is paid directly to the Us knowing well that the same is for the benefit and personal use.
4) The fourth form is that devotees pay a particular amount of offering to the Us and limit its expanses they clearly specify the purpose i.e., to feed the poor, to spend in religious and spiritual functions, to present flowers or chadar (made of cotton or fine cloth) on the mazar or for any other activity related with HOLY DARBAR of HUZOOR KHWAJA MOINUDDIN CHISHTY (R.A)
The place of the Dargah is a marvel to visit for its
intricate architecture and the atmosphere that is truly very alluring.
Another fact that attracts the visitors pay a visit to the Dargah is the
Dargah Bazaar Ajmer which offers some amazing articles which
can be taken back home as a souvenirs of the city. The Dargah Bazaar is
one of the most prominent landmarks of Ajmer and is the ideal place to
enjoy the charm of life of the city.
The Dargah Bazaar in Ajmer in India is one of the major Tourist Attractions in Ajmer while on a Tour to Ajmer for the travelers. The market is located on the entrance of Dargah providing the influx of thousands every day. The Dargah Bazaar leads up to the main inner courtyard of the Dargah which is a splendor to watch. The market is the hot spot for the shoppers to strike a great deal with the articles. At times the customers can get a great bargain on the articles at the market. The market showcases the vigor of the city that has attracted millions over the years from all across the globe.
Dargah Bazaar also serves as a great place to taste the delicious dishes of the city. The travelers can opt for numerous food stalls in the market to have a taste of the slice of Ajmer. The Dargah Bazaar, Ajmer is one of the best ways to enjoy the Bazaars in Ajmer which is always a great experience.
Other major attractions for visitors of Ajmer are Adhai-Din-Ka-Jhonpra (two-and-a-half-day mosque) built by Allauddin Khilji of the Delhi Sultanant, the Ana Sagar Lake, the Taragarh Fort, Daulat Khana, Daulat Bagh, and the Nasiyan Jain Temple. Ajmer is 132 kms. south-west of Jaipur and 198 kms. east of Jodhpur. It is connected by road to Jaipur, Jodhpur, Bikaner, Udaipur and Kota. Ajmer is a railway junction on the Delhi-Ahmedabad section of the Western Railway. During the Urs, special buses are arranged from cities all over India carrying people to Ajmer and back.
Temperatures are very high during summers and very low during winters. Ajmer has a typical desert type of climate. The best period to visit Ajmer is between October and March.
What to see
Ajmer offers a plethora of spiritual and cultural delights. We list below a selection of major attractions of Ajmer.
The Greatest Holy Sufi Shrine (Holy Dargah Ajmer Sharif india)
It is the final resting-place of the Sufi Saint Khwaja Moinuddin Hasan Chishti. The Dargah of Gharib Nawaz is visited by millions of people from all over the world, irrespective of caste and religion. For more details, click here.
One of the main attractions at
the Dargah is the qawwali programs organized during the famous annual 'Urs'
festival. Professional singers called 'qawwals' sing songs in praise of the
saint in a characteristic high-pitched voice. The 'Sufiana kalam' sung by these
artists make a spellbound effect on listeners prompting them to clap to the
rhythm of musical instruments.
Chillah Sharief of Hazrat Ghous-Ul-Azam
The place of meditation of Hazrat Abdul Qadir Jilani (ra), better known as Ghous-Ul-Azam is located atop a hill overlooking the shrine of Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Hasan Chishti.Ghous-Ul-Azam was a contemporary of Hazrat Usman Harooni and Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Hasan Chishti.
He was a great Sufi Saint and has left for humanity a treasure of writings and teachings based upon the tenets of the Holy Quran and the Hadith.
He was the founder of the Qadirriya Order of Sufis. Millions of devotees throng to his Chillah to invoke his blessings.
Chillah Sharief of Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Hasan
Chishti and the Usmani Chillah
Situated atop a hill overlooking the Ana Sagar Lake, the Chillah Sharief is where Khwaja Gharib Nawaz meditated for forty days continuously. Here also lie the holy relics of his spiritual guide, Hazrat Khwaja Usman Harooni. Flanking the sides of the meditation place of Khwaja Gharib Nawaz are the holy shrines,
One of the finest examples of Indo-Islamic architecture, this mosque was a Sanskrit college in the 12th century. In 1193 AD Mohammad Ghori converted the college into a mosque. The mosque is built on pillars and surprisingly no two pillars are alike. The archways are finely engraved with Kufi and Jughra inscriptions from the Holy Koran. It is said that the entire mosque was reconstructed in an amazingly short period of two and a half days - thus the name Adhai Din Ka Jhonpara (A hut of two and a half days)
Built in the 7th century by Ajaipal Chauhan, the fort gives a bird's eye view of the city. Taragarh Fort or the 'Star Fort' is situated on a hill and to reach there, one has to take winding bridle path. Situated atop the hill is the Holy Shrine of Martyr Sawar Sharief.
Ana Sagar Lake
Ana Sagar Lake is located towards the north of the city. The famous lake was built between 1135-1150 AD by Anaji. Later, the Mughal Emperors made additional constructions around the lake to add to its splendour. Shah Jahan built a marble pavilion now called the Baradari, while Emperor Jehangir laid the beautiful Daulat Bagh gardens, where people still go in plenty to walk and enjoy the greenery.
The Royal Palace of Akbar was converted into a museum and today it houses a rich collection of Mughal and Rajput armoury. Many fine and delicate sculptures of the region have been displayed here. The building itself is constructed in red sandstone, which has been laid in a square pattern giving it a beautiful look.
Nasiyan (Jain Temple)
This red coloured temple was built in the late 19th century. The wooden gilt in the double storied hall depicts scenes from Jain mythology. It is an interesting place to visit. Offers examples of fine craftsmanship.
Mayo College History
The origin of Mayo College, one of the oldest Public Schools in the country, dates back to 1869, when Lt. Col. F.K.M. Walter, the Political Agent of the Bharatpur Agency recommended a school in India "for a large number of pupils, with a staff thoroughly educated- not mere bookworms, but men fond of field sports and outdoor exercise....". In 1870, Lord Mayo, the then Viceroy and Governor General, came to Ajmer, where in a Darbar, before the Chiefs of the ruling Princes of Rajputana, he expressed his desire to set up a 'Raj Kumar College' in Ajmer, "devoted exclusively to the education of the sons of Chiefs, Princes and leading Thakurs." It is interesting to point out that several generations of the descendents of many present at that darbar have since continued to study at Mayo College. The College was opened in October 1875, with Sir Oliver St. John as the first Principal and one boy, Maharaja Mangal Singh of Alwar. The Main Building was completed in 1885 and was designed by Major Mant. Some of the greatest changes in the school were brought about by Mr. Stow who was the Principal from 1931-1943. In the same year, the Viceroy ceased to be the President of the General Council. This body was in future presided over by a ruling Prince elected by the council. Today, students from all walks of life, study in this prestigious school and make complete use of the many facilities offered.
The Sister City of Ajmer, Pushkar is only 11 Kms away from the city. The road to Pushkar passes through the Nag Pahar or the Snake Mountain. It is a sacred city of Hindus and boasts of the only existing temple in Asia dedicated to Lord Brahma. According to Hindu Mythology, this lake was formed when a lotus flower fell in the valley from the hands Lord Brahma. There are 52 bathing ghats around the Pushkar Lake and each of them is supposed to be endowed with special mystical powers. For instance, the Naga Kund is for fertility, the Roop Tirth is for beauty while the Kapil Vyapi Kund is said to possess powers that can help cure Leprosy. The famous Pushkar fair is held every year on the Kartik Purnima (Full moon during the Hindu month of Kartik). This fair is famous for its animal bazaar where cattle and herds of camel are traded between villagers from nearby. A time for celebrations and festivities is made bright and colourful with folk dancers and traditional folk musicians performing round the clock.
Kishangarh was an ancient school of art where painting miniatures had reached a pinnacle of excellence and worldwide acclaim. 27 Kms from Ajmer, towards Jaipur, Kishangarh is now an important town for Marble mining and trade. This town of artists is also famous for Gundelao Lake, Phool Mahal Palace, Temple of Sri Kalyan Raiji and the Majhala palace.
1. Delhi : 442 km
2. Mumbai : 986 km
3. Kolkata : 1785 km
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