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the visiting devotees Ajmer e Sharif Dargah of Hazrat Khwaja Ghareeb Nawaz Ajmer Shrine in Rajasthan India to attend the Holy ceremonies of Dargah Ajmer e Sharif & get their wishes fulfilled. If ur family member or relatives face any problem u can email or call me to get all ur solved problems Ajmer Sharif Dargah Prayers Dua

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Timings to Visit Shrine in Ajmer Shariff Dargah, Ajmer Shariff Shrine Darshan opened time & Closing time  In the early morning at 4:30 A.M. i.e. before Namaz-e-Fajar the gate of holy Astana is gets opened Ajmer Sharif Dargah live Darshan timings Ziyarat Ajmer Sharif Darbar, gets opened. 

Function of doing Ziarat, offering flowers and chadar by Devotees and Zaireens on Mazar Sharif of 
Hazrat Khwaza Gharib Nawaz, Hazrat Khawaja Moinuddin Chisti continue through out the day.

Ajmeer Sharif Dargah Mannat wish of Darbar Khwaja Garib Nawaz Mazar Mannat wish, Function of removing & cleaning of flowers offered during the day is called Khidmat (Service) of Ajmer Sharif Mazar this is done during day time between 3 to 4 O’clock.

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Origin And Conception

The root of the word Qawwali is Qa’ol which is an Arabic word meaning an axiom or dictum based upon the religious subjects which help purification of thoughts. From the word Qawwali we also get another word Qawwali which means a musician or singer who sings the hymns or praises of God and dictums of the prophets, saints and other holy personages in Arabic, Persian, Urdu and even Hindustani composed by reputed Sufi saints and poets. These Qawwali concerts are magnetic in nature and touch the delicate cord of human heart which, being ethereal, is the main centre of spiritual awakening in man. The Khawaja Sahib not only introduced but also patronised these concerts to capture and mould the hearts of his audience for accepting the Divine Message gracefully Ziyarat of DarbarKhawaja Ghareeb NawazShrine Ajmer e Sharif Dargahopened time & Closing time,

 Holy Belongings Tabarrukat Ziarat Hazrat Khwaja Gharib Nawaz (R.A), Ziyarat Ajmeer Sharif Dargah Rajasthan India

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At present the nearest airport is the Kishangarh Ajmer International Airport, about 15 KM away and also near to Jaipur International Airport, about 132 km away, with flights connecting several major cities in India.

Various Bus & Car Services are available including the Government services providing safe transportation. 
Indian Railway is commited to serve the devotees who comes for the blessing of khwaja. Ajmer is one of the major Junction in India.

About Dargah Ajmer Sharif

Dargah of Hazrat Khwaja Garib Nawaz Ajmer Baba Ajmer Sharif Rajasthan India

The people of the Indian subcontinent had a first glimpse of the eternal spiritual love in the form of the widely revered Sufi Saint, Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Hasan Chisti (R.A.) This website is dedicated to him. 

Affectionately called as '
Khwaja Garib Nawaz', Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Hasan Chishti (R.A.) has been the epitome of truth, love and devotion to millions of his followers across the world. 
His shrine is a congregation of all faiths. People from all walks of life, all religions, every caste and creed find equal solace and fulfilment of their inner desires at this Holy Shrine. And when true love is evident, the prayers get answered even before they are made. Such is the power of love and devotion.

Tumhari Zaat Say Hamara bada tallukh hai 
Kay hum gharib badey tum badey
 Khwaja Garib Nawaz 

 Continuing the legacy of Holy Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti today are his descendants. 
 One such guiding light is Gaddi Nasheen Syed Samir Chishti (Shah). 

Peer Baba's direct paternal ancestor, Hazrat Khwaja Fakhruddin Gurdezi (RH) was the paternal cousin of Khwaja Gareeb Nawaz (RA) and also his spiritual brother. His closeness to Khwaja was such that even his shrine is on the right-hand side of the holy shrine of Khwaja Gareeb Nawaz. This privileged legacy is evident in Peer Baba's love for Khwaja and devotion to his principles. Peer Baba's selfless love and ageless wisdom have the power to take you on a unique spiritual path that very few in today's world believe even exists.

And all that he asks for in return is your love for Khwaja without whom this journey would never be possible. Syed Sameer Chishty (Shah). has always professed the unity of all faiths in this culturally rich and diverse land of India. He has always endeavoured to bring together people with the message of love and devotion in the eternal pursuit of truth. This website is a gesture of the gratefulness of some very blessed and fortunate followers of Sufi Peer Baba who thank Allah, his Prophet and Holy Khawaja Ghareeb Nawaz to have given them this destiny. 

So, brothers and sisters, we invite you to come and witness this ultimate experience of human existence that will redefine your relationship with Allah, his prophet and his saints. In the process, you will not only witness an end to all your sufferings or enjoy the fulfilment of your desires but above all end-up with a heart that is content with peace and filled with the love for Allah, his Prophet and Holy Khawaja Ghareeb Nawaz.

We have Blood Relation with Khwaja Gharib Nawaz (R.A) belonging to the Syed Chishty Family of The Holy shrine Dargah Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti who is popularly known as Khwaja Gharib Nawaz & i personally invite everyone (irrespective of any Religion they belong) to attend the Holy Functions & Works like Offerings (Nazar-o-Niaz) Flowers, Chadars,Langar (cooking Degs) etc related to Dargah Sharif. By Allah & His Rasool(S.A.W) grace & by Gharib Nawaz blessings, all ur desires & wishes would be fulfilled INSHA ALLAH.

Every year unlimited no. of devotees/pilgrims visit Ajmer Sharif Rajasthan India to attend the Holy ceremonies of Dargah & get their wishes fulfilled.If ur family member or relatives face any problem u can email or call me to get all ur problems solved. I will do SPECIAL PRAYERS at the Holy Mazar Sharif of Khwaja Sahib through Amal, Taweez, Istikhara, Ayaat-e-karima. If u wish to send any donation for the holy works of Dargah u can send directly to my Bank Account No. : 018501524429 ICICI bank Ajmer.Regarding any information before coming to Ajmer Sharif u can call me to the cell No.+91 8875300786, +91 9461130786
If you are one such seeker, please feel free to Visit Syed Sameer Chishty Shah at Dargah Sharif, Ajmer. You will find his Gaddi in front of Dalan Arcot Paitee Darwaza of the Holy Dargah Ajmer Sharif India.


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Ajmer Sharif Dargah Dua Mannat

Ajmer Sharif Dargah Mannat of Khwaja  ji Garib Nawaz Ajmer Sharif Mannat wish Rajasthan, India

   Make Good (Lawful) & true Heartfelt Wishes at the Holy Dargah of Khwaja Garib Nawaz. By Allah & His Rasool(S.A.W) Grace, by Khwaja Garib Nawaz Blessings all your Wishes & Desires would get fulfill INSHA ALLAH

   Ajmer Sharif Dargah Mannat, Manokamna Khwaja ji Ajmer Sharif Mannat wishes Rajasthan, India 

The shrine had become one of the most important centers for the diffusion of composite culture that had struck deep roots in the psyche of both the Hindus and Muslim. Thus the result of the long association of the Hindus with the shrine can be assessed from the customs at the Dargah by the Muslims and Hindus alike. For example putting Lachcha (red and yellow threads) around the neck or hand of the devotees, pasting of sandal at mazar and tying of threads at shrine as a mark of vows (mannat), cracking of coconuts at the door steps of Dargah, and the lighting ceremony at dust etc are symbolic of the emerging of composite culture.

The word NAZR is an Arabic word which means "an offering," in its verbal form it will mean "to offer" or "to make a spiritual vow."

Note that NAZR is used in Arabic in a totally different meaning also - "to warn," that is not in this context. Therefore, we leave that for the time. The Glorious Qur'an has used the word "NAZR" in both meanings. We will only discuss here the first usage, i.e., which is relevant to our discussion here. Sometimes the word NIAZ is also used in this context. This is a word from Farsi which means "need," and it is its metaphorical use in the sense of an offering.

The basic concept of NAZR is to offer something less valuable in the hope and expectation of receiving something of higher value. The "value" does not have to be material; it could just be honor and dignity. The examples below will explain this notion further.

1. In 5:27-31 the Glorious Qur'an tells the story of the two sons of the prophet Adam (peace be upon him). The two sons of Adam (Habeel and Qabeel, Anglicized names: Able and Cain) made an offering to their Lord, one was accepted and the other was rejected. The brother, whose offering was rejected, became jealous of his brother and in a rage of jealousy and frustration he killed his brother. For that Qabeel's face was darkened, he went crazy and he will bear the burden of every unlawful murder to the Day of Judgement. Note that the word for offering used in the Glorious Qur'an in this instance is Q-R-B instead of NAZR

2. In 3:35 the Glorious Qur'an tells the story of Maryam's (Mary of the Christian scriptures) mother. When a woman of Imran said: My Lord, surely I vow to Thee (rabbi inni nazartu) what is in my womb, to be devoted (to Thy service); accept therefore from me, surely Thou art the Hearing, the Knowing. However, when the child was born, it was a girl (Maryam) and the families were puzzled as to how to send a girl to the Temple. But they fulfilled the vow as they had promised their Lord. And, Maryam was dedicated to serving in the Temple under the guardianship of prophet Zakaria (peace be upon him). Later she gave birth to Prophet Jesus (peace be upon him)

3. In 19:26 the Glorious Qur'an tells the story when Prophet Jesus is born without a father and the Jews are asking of Maryam about such an implausible situation. So eat and drink and refresh the eye. Then if you see any mortal, say: Surely I have vowed a fast to the Beneficent God (inni nazartu lir-Rahmaani sawman). So I shall not speak to any man today.

4. In the first twelve verses of Sura Dahr (chapter 76) the Glorious Qur'an tells the story of NAZR by the Ahlul Bayt (may our salams and Allah's peace be unto them). The Glorious Qur'an describes the beginning of man and the attributes of a grateful man in this chapter. One of the many attributes of a grateful and faithful person is described in verses 7 and 8: "Because they perform the vow (yufoona bin-nazri) and fear a day whereof the evil is wide-spreading, And feed with food the needy wretch, the orphan and the prisoner, for love of Him."

 The Hadeeth literature indicates that the Ahlul Bayt (A.S) showed the importance of Nazr by their acts more than once. The following story is recorded in many tafseer books about the revelation of these verses of sura Dahr.

Once the Imam Hasan and Imam Hussain, who were at that time 5 and 4 years old, fell ill. When the Prophet of Islam, missed them in the mosque, he came to Hazrat Fatima Zahra's house to inquire about them. When he was told that they were sick, he suggested that both parents should take a spiritual vow (Nazr) for the children's recovery. So both Imam Ali and Fatima Zahra prayed to Allah for the recovery of Hasan and Husayn (peace be unto them all) and took a vow to fast for three consecutive days when the children became well again. The children did recover from the illness soon after. Both parents set about fulfilling their spiritual vow and fasted. When the children saw that, they also decided to fast with their parents and so did the house-maid, Fiddha.

But that day there was no food in Fatima's house even for breaking the fast. So Imam Ali went out looking for work. He could not find any. But he was able to get three kg's of wool to be spun in exchange of three kg's of barley. Fatima Zahra spun the wool all day. She was only able to dispense with one kilo of it. So she took only one kilo of barley ground it into flour and prepared five loaves of bread. While they were all ready to break their fast, someone knocked at the door saying: "O people of the house of the Prophet, I am a poor man and I have nothing to eat, is there anything you could do to feed me." At this Imam Ali stood up, went to the door and gave his loaf to the man. Fatima Zahra did the same. Watching this, both children also gave their loaves and so did the maid. They broke their fast by water and retired.

The next day Fatima Zahra spun another kilo of wool. So she separated one kilo of barley, ground it into flour and prepared five loaves once again. As they were ready to break their fast, once again, a voice called out from the door: "O people of the house of The Prophet, I am an orphan, I am hungry, could you feed me?" Hearing this, Imam Ali stood up and gave his loaf to the man, so did Fatima Zahra, the children and the maid.

They all, once again, broke their fast by water and retired. Came the third day, Fatima Zahra spun the rest of the wool, took the remaining barley, ground it into flour and prepared five loaves. As they were ready to break the fast, a voice called from the door saying: "O people of the house of the Prophet, I am a prisoner, I am hungry, could you feed me?" Hearing this, once again, Imam Ali stood up and went to the door and gave his loaf away to the prisoner. Fatima Zahra, the children and the maid did likewise. Every time the person at the door would want to express his gratitude for the kindness, Imam Ali would say: "No, no, we are not looking for any reward from you for this act, we are doing it out of Allah's love."

 Firstly a Devotee makes a vow and when his vow (Mannat) is fulfilled he makes the offerings Nazr-O-Niyaz.

The offerings is this that the devotee has not made any vow, but when he visits at Dargah for  Ziarat (Pilgrimage) he out of devotion presents certain money at the Holy Dargah of the Khwaja Sahib with the intention that whatever he is presenting, he is presenting as an offering to that Saint with clear implication that the same will be used by those who are entitled to receive it. At Ajmer the devotees pay offerings to a Khadim whom they take as their well wisher ( vaqil) or spiritual preceptor (Moallim).

Devotees of Khwaja Sahib can makes a vow (Mannat) that he will perform the Ziarat (Pilgrimage) of Dargah of Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Chishty Ajmeri . If a person makes a vow Mannat that he would send some amount of money on the Dargah of Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Chishty Ajmer, or the descendants of the Khwaja Sahib, without having any particular project in mind, he should spend it on the repairs, lighting, Langer, Chader, Flowers, well-fair of Dargah etc. of the shrine.

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 Devotees/Pilgrims Offering Chaddar, Flowers, Ittar at Sufi Shrine Khwaja Gharib Nawaz Ajmer Sharif, India

 Devotees/Pilgrims Offering Chadar, Flowers, Ittar at Sufi Shrine Khwaja Garib Nawaz Ajmer Sharif India

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Ajmer Sharif Dargah Location

Located at Dargah Bazar Ajmer
Nearby Ajmer Junction Railway Staion 1.5 km from Railway Station
15 minutes Walking Destance from railway station.
Nearby Ajmer Bus Staion 2.5 km from Roadways Bus Station and 5 Minutes Driving Destance From Ajmer Bus Stand
36 Minutes by car Kishangarh Airport just 25.6 km from Airport NH448.

Ajmer Sharif Dargah Deg and Langer

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 Inside Dargah Sharif two big Deghs (pots) are installed for cooking Niaz (purely vegetarian food; cooked with rice, ghee, nuts, safron & sugar). The system of cooking food in cauldron (Degh) was first introduced by Akbar. Since then a large quantity of food of different kinds has always been cooked in Deghs generally at night, and is distributed among the people after Fajr (morning) prayers.

Tomes Coryat, who visited Ajmer, at the time of Jahangir, says that the Mughal emperor once ordered the preparation of Khichri in the Degh to be distributed among 5000 people,  taking out the first on a platter with his own hands, followed by the Queen, Noor Jehan, and other ladies of the Harem. Once, Shahjahan mixed the meat of a Nilgai (one of the species of antelope) in the preparation of Degh, which he had shot during a hunting expedition. In the second half of the eighteenth century, when Ajmer came under the control of the Marathas and Rajputs, a new kind of food known as Kesaria Bhat (saffroned sweet rice) was cooked in these Deghs and that has continued to this day. 

Big Degh : It was presented by Emperor Akbar, 4800 kgs of food can be cooked in it that approximately amount to 150,000.00 Indian Rupees. Small Degh : It was presented by Emperor Jahangir, 2400 kgs of food can be cooked in it and the cost comes to about 75,000.00 Indian Rupees. N.B. : 1. All these Deghs are cooked by Zaireen (pilgrims/devotees) who can afford to cook, Bavakalat (through) respective Khadims of Khawaja Garib Nawaz. If anyone of you has a plan to cook Degh at any time of the year, please let me know in advance, so that I may make the necessary arrangements required, as Deghs are cooked all the year round. It can be cooked in your personal presence and also in your absence, on your behalf or any sort of Niyaz you want to cook other then Degh


Right from the time of HUZOOR KHWAJA GHARIB NAWAZ (R.A) the Langar is cooked twice a day in the Darbar of HUZOOR KHWAJA GHARIB NAWAZ (R.A) and is distributed among the poor without any discrimination


We perform monthly fathea of HAZRAT KHWAJA GHARIB NAWAZ (R.A) on every sixth of Islamic month known as Chatti Sharief beside that we also perform the fathea and urs of prophet MOHAMMED (S.A.W), and all the famous successors and predecessors of PROPHET MOHAMMED (S.A.W) and of GHARIB NAEAZ (R.A). Special function are held on eid meeladun nabi, urs of KHULFA-A-RASHIDIN and of GHAUSPAK. Shab-e-Miraje , Shaban-e-moazam etc. we welcome anybody to take part in all these pious and auspicious functions and fatheas and get benefited by heavenly reward


To cover the Holy Mazar a velvet cloth is required which is offered by the devotes of KHAWAJA GHARIB NAWAZ (R.A) this velvet cloth is usually 42 meters in size

We make it possible for you to participate in all the activities of Dargah Sherief these activities include Milad , Khatam-e-Quran , special monthly prayers , offering of Ghilaf , Sandalwood , Flowers and we also make arrangement for the donation of room by devotees for people visiting the holy shrine .
If you want to visit the holy Darbar of HUZOOR GARIB NAWZ (R.A) and participate in any of this activity contact me I will make free arrangement for your lodging , food and other niceties.

Note: We don't accept zakat , sadqa, fitra. Please don't send zakat ,sadqa or fitra money for offerings and Nazar-o-Neaz.

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Winters                          5 A.M.                                 9 P.M.
Summers                      4 A.M.                                 10 P.M

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Daily Functions Timings of  Ajmer Sharif Dargah Khwaja Ghareeb Nawaz India 

Every-day no where in the world at any Astana such a large number of functions and ceremonies is performed as at the Holy Astana of Hazrat Khwaja Gharib Nawaz and that too, in a highly traditional way and strictly in accordance with the Chishtia precepts. These spiritual programmes are the source of earning, the blessings, pleasure and confidence of the Holy Saint and have proved beneficial for attainment of high spiritual ecstasy and bliss. Though these functions are performed by Khadims, yet, they have been attended by devotees for their own benefit. Therefore, devotees in large number attend these functions and receive the blessings of the Holy Khwaja and feel enlightened. If these functions are attended with piety and devotion all the prayers which are made at those timings are sure to be granted.

The detailed description of these functions is given below.

Flowers and chadar are removed from the Mazaar which is then cleansed and fresh flowers and chadar are offered. Once this ceremony is over, khadims standing in between the two enceintes and outside the second enceinte start cleaning the floor with 'Farasha' ( a special dust remover made with peacock feathers).
During this ceremony devotees are not permitted to enter the tomb. For them the southern door of the tomb is open, where they are allowed to enter into the tomb and sit in the open space near the shrine of Hazrat Bibi Hafiza Jamal, daughter of Khwaja Gharib Nawaz. Once the khadims are finished with the ritual of Khidmat inside the tomb, the devotees are allowed to enter into the tomb and perform Ziarat of the Mazaar. This ceremony ends before the call of Azaan for Salat of Fajr.

"Khidmat" After Zohr Prayer Timings of Ajmer Sharif Dargah Khawaja Ghareeb Nawaz India 

An hour after zohr prayers another ceremony is performed which is also known as Khidmat. At this time, though the doors of the tomb are closed the southern door is used for entrance into the tomb. At the time of this ceremony, devotees are permitted to enter the tomb. They are allowed to stand in between the space of the walls of the tomb and the enceinte of the Mazaar. At this time after removal of the flowers and chadar, sandal, attar, kewra and rose water are presented on the Mazaar. khadims who perform this ceremony offer prayers loudly. At the end of prayers fresh flowers and chadar are presented on the Mazaar. The floor of the tomb is also cleansed in traditional manner. Women are not permitted to enter the tomb during the entire period of this ceremony.

Ajmer Sharif Lighting or Danka DUA Prayer Timings Dargah Khwaja Gareeb Nawaz India 

Every day about 20 minutes before Maghrib prayer the ceremony of lighting is held. The way in which this ceremony is performed is that some khadims bring candles (especially prepared for this purpose) in their hands towards the Chhoti Deg. As soon as they start moving from the Chhoti Deg towards the Holy Tomb, drums are beaten.
Everyone starts gathering inside the tomb, those who can not enter the tomb stand outside on either side of the main entrance in the Begami Dalan. At this time too, women are not permitted to enter into the tomb. khadims after touching the candles on to the heads of the devotees reach inside the tomb with prayers of blessing for devotees. They place those candles in the lamps. The unlighted candles are now lighted. The lamps in which the candles are placed are four in number. khadims hold these lamps in their hands and keep them above their heads. One of them recite Persian verses for the glory of the Holy Saint. With the end of those verses the people disperse and the lamps are placed in four corners of the Holy Tomb.
In the local language this ceremony is called 'Danka'.

Kadka Timings of  Ajmer Sharif Dargah Khawaja Gareeb Nawaz India 

This last ceremony of the day is popularly known as 'Kadka' and is performed in traditional manner. This ceremony is held after an hour and a half of Isha prayers. After this ceremony the door of the main entrance into the Holy tomb is closed and locked.
According to an old tradition, 20 minutes before closing the main entrance of the Holy Tomb when about one fifth part of the night has passed, a person loudly calls to ring five and with his voice the clock sounds five times. The khadims ready to perform this function request the devotees to vacate the tomb, the devotees come out of the tomb and stand on either side of the entrance. The khadims then close the other doors from inside and make a search inside the entire tomb to check if there is no one inside the tomb. At least three khadims join in this service. They clean the surroundings of the Mazaar in the same way as they do in the morning and evening Khidmat.

 They come out of the tomb one by one with the sand and dust of the floor kept in a fine cloth and keep the same in a shelf inside Sandali-Masjid. When the third and the last khadims come out, a person duly appointed again calls in a loud voice to ring six bells. The bell sounds six times. As soon as the voice of the sixth bell sounds, a qawwal starts to sing a special song in an Indian language which is called Kadka. As soon as the last verse of the Kadka is recited, the main entrance of the tomb is closed and locked. The Khadim on duty keeps the key with him and also keeps a watch of the tomb throughout the night.

Khidmat" Before Fajr Prayer  Timings of  Ajmer Sharif Dargah Khwaja Gharib Nawaz India 

An hour before the 'Salat' of Fajr, khadims and devotees of Khwaja Saheb gather in Begami Dalan which is the main entrance to the Mazaar (Grave) and lies to the east of the tomb. Azan is recited by one of the khadims after which the Kalid Bardar opens the lock that guards the main door. Through this entrance the khadims enter into the tomb and stand in between the main entrance and a small door, which is still closed. Before opening this small door the Kalid Bardar sends Darood and Salaam to the holy Prophet, his descendants and to Huzoor Gharib Nawaz. The small door is then opened and khadims enter into the tomb. After entering into the tomb, they prepare for 'Khidmat'. Some stand round the first enceinte of the Mazaar, some enter in between space of the two enceintes and some enter in between the spac 


Ajmer Sharif Dargah Urs Festival 2020

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Every Month Urs Chhati Sharif Festival Is Celebrated Depending Upon Sighting of The Moon

Darbar Khwaja Garib Nawaz Urs date FLAG CEREMONY  >   18 Feb, 2020

Khawaja Garib Nawaz Darbar Urs Festival  Begins  >  24 Feb, 2020

Khwaja Garib Nawaz Dargah Urs JANNATI DARWAZA OPENS  >  24 Feb, 2020

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