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Annual Urs commences with Flag Hoisting at Buland Darwaza.
Urs of Khwaja Gharib Nawaz (R.A.) is celebrated every year in the first week of Rajab, on seeing the moon of Rajab, the seventh month of the Islamic calendar. On the appearance of the moon for the month of Rajab, there comes a change in daily routine which is generally held at the Holy Shrine. The main entrance of the Holy Tomb which in ordinary days is closed at night, is kept open through out the day and night (barring for 2 or 3 hours at night) during the six days of Urs. All other daily and weekly programmes are suspended and few functions and ceremonies commence from that night.
drums are beaten to herald the commencement of the annual ceremony. The permanent Chauki (troupe) of qawwals arrive, and after Maghrib (sunset prayers) sit infront of the Shrine and sing the following verses:
Saqia-badao-paimana mubarak bashad”
(Felicitation to thee for this blessed and majestic assembly; salutation, ‘Oh Saqi for your bountiful goblet of sacred wine).
(Oh God, may this Shrine of the beloved exist till the last day, may this refuge of the poor remain forever!)
Qul Day ( Final Day)
Qul ceremony takes place on the last day of Urs which is also the sixth day of the month of Rajab. This is considered to be a very important day. After the morning prayer, people start gathering the Holy Tomb.The activities include recital of Quran, Darood, Shijra-e-Chishtia and other verses. People also tie small turbans on each other’s head and pray for the benefit of the people, for peace, prosperity and happiness.
Urs Festival Invitation
I am glad to inform you that the 803 urs of HUZOOR GHARIB NAWAZ (R.A) WALLIE OF ALLAH will be held from 1st Rajab to 6th Rajab 1435 Hijri i.e.
On the visibility of moon from 1st Rajab to 6th Rajab , special bath (Ghusal) is given at 1:00 A.M (midnight) regular for six days by me Syed Sameer Chishty Shah & Sandal Sharif is also presented at the tomb for above these days.After this the Duago prays for all zaireens.
Inspired by the spiritual command of our PROPHET MOHAMMED (S.A.W), HUZOOR GHARIB NAWAZ (R.A) became the harbinger of peace and prosperity not only in INDIA but in whole world and people used to attend the shrine of GHARIB NAWAZ (R.A) with their heartfelt desire and cherished wishes and return used to go brimful with fruition of their inner aspiration.
Brother I am glad to invite you in this mubarak and auspicious urs if you or any of your kith and kin intend to visit the holy shrine during urs or any other time inform me so that I may make all you necessary arrangement of lodging and boarding in Ajmer sharief free of cost
As a true disciple and khadim of HUZOOR GHARIB NAWAZ (R.A) and also having kinship with this holy saint I perform all religious and spiritual services ceremonies at the holy “CHISHTY DARBAR” in case you find unable to attend the occasion of urs you may take part by sending your contribution to me through cheque, postal-order or demand draft and earn heavenly reward. Your contributions will be used in the Holy works connected with the DARBAR OF HUZOOR GHARIB NAWAZ (R.A) during the URS and after that sacred tabruks will be sent to you through post .
May ALLAH PAK NABI-E-KARIM (S.A.W) through the mediation of the blessing of HAZRAT GHARIB NAWAZ (R.A) pour fourth choicest blessing on you and on your whole family
ALLAH HAFIZ , YOURS EVER DUAGO.
Ajmer Sharif Dargah Pilgrims Shrine TimeTable:
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Gates are opened
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What Is Urs Sharif & Meaning of Urs Shareef
Urs of the beloveds of Allah is an Islamic function, which is generally
organized by the Khalifa to commemorate the death anniversary of a wali.
To a wali, death is the culmination of a life long yearning to meet
Allah and His Rasool (S.A.W.). In terms of the dictionary it means
wedding. In Arabic, the bride and groom are called Aroos.
The Prophet (S.A.W.) mentions in an authentic Hadith, "When the Munkar
and Nakir (the angels who question the deceased after death), questions
the wali in the grave about Allah, Islam and the Prophet (S.A.W.) and
the Wali successfully answers the questions, they (lovingly) declare
Sleep like the bride who will only be awakened by the beloved (Mishkaat).
Hence the word Urs is traced to a Hadith.
Annually on the day or month on which the wali parted from this world
and entered into the hereafter, the mureed and followers and general
public gather at the gravesite, recite Quran, Zikrullah, Khatme
Khwajagaan and render Esaale Sawaab to the soul of the wali. Normally a
lecture is given by an 'alim, who discusses Quranic verses and Ahadith
relating to Aulia Allah. The life of the Wali is presented as an example
for other Muslims to follow. People are encouraged to emulate the Imaan,
Piety (Taqwa), sacrifices and services of the wali.
The roots of Urs are also traced to the actions of the Prophet (S.A.W.)
and the four Khulafaae Raashidoon. Ibne Ali Sheebah reports that: "The
Prophet (S.A.W.) used to visit the graves of the martyrs of the Battle
of Uhud every year. He used to send Salaams to them. The four righteous
Khulafa upheld this Sunnah also, who used to visit the graves of
Shuhadae Uhud (Those companions of the prophet (S.A.W.) who lost their
lives in the Battle of Uhud, which took place in Madina). (Fatawa Shaami,
Tafseere Kabeer Durre Mansoor).
Shah Abdul Aziz Muhaddith of Delhi (son of Shah Waliallah) writes in his
famous Fatawa Azizia, page 45: Secondly, many people must assemble,
recite the Holy Quran, recite fatiha on something sweet and other
edibles and then distribute it amongst those present.
The Chaadar and Sandal procession is a public event designed to reflect
love and respect of the soul of the wali. It is an event whereby homage
is paid to the wali, and to his success in the hereafter. Trays are
decoratively laden with many Ghilaaf (sheets of material used to cover
the grave of the wali), flowers, Itr, Niyaaz and sandal powder. These
trays are carried on the head as a mark of respect (This does not
constitute Ibaadat in any way). The mureedeen and other devotees of the
saint normally prepare the trays. A Shaamyaana (roughly translated as a
four - handled shade, awning or umbrella) usually in the colours of the
Silsila to which the saint belongs; is held aloft by those who are
taking part in the procession. It is there to shelter on from the
natural elements, viz. The sun and rain. It also lends dignity to the
Devotional poetry based on the Hamd (Praise of Allah), Na' at (Praise of
the Prophet (S.A.W.) and Manqabat (Praise of Aulia Allah) are sung all
the way during the procession. Salat o Salaams and Zikrullah are also
recited in some countries. These processions differ in different
countries in presentation and style; as, the cultural flavourings and
influences differ. These various cultural influences should not be
mistaken as an imitation of any "religious denomination''.
Chaadars are placed on the grave of the Aulia Allah. This is an act of
Sunnah. After the demise of the Prophet (S.A.W.) a sahaabiyah came to
Sayyida Ayesha Siddiqah (R.A.) and requested her to show the grave of
the Prophet (S.A.W.). Sayyidah Ayesha Siddiqah (R.A.) then raised a
Gilaf (sheet of fabric) from the grave of Sayyiduna Rasoolullah (S.A.W.).
The sahaabiyah became very, very emotional, wept beyond control, finally
collapsed and passed away. (Baihaqi Shareef). Fatawa Shami, Volume 5.
The Chapter on Libaas also states that it is good to place Chaadar on
graves of Aulia Allah.
The grave is then sprinkled with sandal, Itr and covered with flowers.
To place flowers and other fresh branches on the graves is also a Sunnah.
(Bukhari Sheriff Vol.1). Itr is sprinkled onto the grave, as perfume (itr),
has a certain degree of affinity with the rooh and spirituality. The
Holy Prophet (S.A.W.) loved perfume. One of the three things made for
Huzoor (S.A.W.) to prefer in this world is perfume, (Hadith). The
sprinkling of Itr is for our benefit. The spiritualised precincts of a
wali's tomb are sprinkled with itr so that it ushers us into calmness
and serenity. It tends to purify our thoughts and is also synonymous
with the state the wali is in. Aulia Allah is a special servant of
Their graves are covered with a Ghilaaf just as we cover the Quran and
Kaabah with Ghilaaf. The heart of a believer is the throne of Allah (Hadith).
Even up to this day the walls housing the grave the Prophet (S.A.W.) is
laden with Ghilaaf bearing Kalima Sharief and other Quranic verses which
can be seen clearly from the outside also. This Sunnah is in practice
from the days of the sahaaba and maintained even by the present Wahaabi
regime. The Fuqahaae Kiraam have stated that the intentions behind
covering the graves of Aulia Allah is love and respect for their
It also displays recognition of the achievement and success of the
departed soul. It also dawns on the observer that this is the grave of a
beloved of Allah who has reached the ultimate goal of nearness to Allah.
The Fuqaahae Kiraam (Islamic jurists) have stressed that chaadars should
not be placed on the graves of the general Muslim public.
To further highlight the status and honor of the Aulia Allah, let us
take into account the following ayah of the Holy Quran: Thus, then, if
he be of nearest to Allah, (there is for him) rest and satisfaction, and
a 'Garden of Delights'. (S.56.V88/89.)
DUA & Pray
A summary of a lecture on the Philosophy of Duas :
• Duas is the weapon of the believer.
• The Salat achieves acceptance if accompanied with duas. Especially the Tasbihe Zehra is very beneficial.
• Presence of heart is essential for a dua. Recitations of mere words
the longing of the heart is insufficent. We have to be in a state of
seeking/begging from the All powerful creator.
• Duas can be in any language BUT using those words used by his chosen
servants have greater effect.
• Duas with the references of HIS chosen people & recitation of Salwaat
before & After dua have greater effect.
• Duas don't reach the level of acceptance due to our sins (refer Dua
words) Especially those where we have not given the rights of believers including
Khums, Cutting of relations with relatives. etc
• We need to pray to HIM so that HE bestows on us a state where our
hopes are ONLY from HIM 100% (Inqitah state, cut off form all other
sources) This state is sought by the learned & pious.
• We need to ask from/Remember HIM in every small / insignificant thing
too & then HE will answer in our bigger crisis situation as well.
• Scientists acknowledge that Duas have a positive impact on the well
of the individual (though Islam is not dependant upon certification of
• Duas without action is inappropriate eg praying for rizq but without
any efforts in that direction will not produce results.
Ulema mention that there are 3 situations (Maslehats) :
(1) HE will give whether we ask for it or not (2) HE will NOT give whether we ask or not
(3) HE will give ONLY if we ask
We do not know, which sought after condition/thing falls in which of the
categories & hence we pray for everything . All prayers have rewards in
In the 3rd category too there are those things which HE gives but AFTER
period of time (Eg Musa (as) dua to drown Firon was answered after 30
or HE gives only if the asking is for x no of times eg HE will give if
asked for from
HIM for say 25 times.
• HE gives sometimes very quickly if he does NOT like the method used by
• HE delays the giving if HE likes the voice /method of the seeker so
continues to ask of HIM.
Sura No. 2 Baqarah : Ayat 216 says :"And it may be that you dislike a
while it is good for you, and it may be that you love a thing while it
for you, and Allah knows, while you do not know."
Eg : a child who wants to have a colorful snake in his hand will cry for
it , BUT we
as elders know the poison that it contains & harm it can bring & hence
provide the thing to him.
Sometimes Wealth / Children can also deviate us from the straight path
Eg : A
Prophet (as)'s companion who was very poor but recited Jamaat salat
in the first Row & slowly when he became more prosperous, even started
make his salat Qaza.
For every delay / unanswered dua a believer will be rewarded. On the day
judgement he will receive his book of deeds which contains many many
deeds which he did not perform & he will mention that this book is not
HE will inform that those additions are to compensate him for the
duas. The believer will then mention; alas it would be better for me if
my duas were answered!
He has hidden His Answering (your supplications) in Your prayers to Him
so then do not consider any part of your prayers to Him as being
insignificant as it is possible that within that prayer lies His
while you are not aware."
How many times we have called upon Allah (SWT), waiting patiently for an
answer? We sit down to recite the extended supplications such as those
Sahifatul Sajjadiyah and the other beautiful pleas contained in
thinking that the longer the prayer, the better chance that Allah (SWT)
it. We fail to realize that even one short dua of a few lines has as
much a chance
of being accepted by Allah as the 'longer' duas.
The key to acceptance
of a dua
of any length is to ensure that we have maintained the prerequisites of
supplication mentioned in the Quran and Prophetic words of wisdom, and
with a pure intention. If the prayer is fulfilled by Allah (SWT), we
that is what was best for us in this life and the next; if it is
deferred to the
next world, then we need to accept that what we wanted may have been
detrimental for our life in this world and more importantly, our status
in the next
life. We must accept that after all, Allah (SWT) knows best.