Ajmer Sharif Dargah Old Picture Gallery, Ajmer Sharif Dargah Old Photo Gallery, Rajasthan, India

Sultan-Ul-Hind Hazrat Khwaja Gharib Nawaz, Shrine Ajmer Sharif (1880) "  

Old Pictures Photos Images Gallery of Sultan-Ul-Hind Hazrat  Khwaja Garib Nawaz, Shrine Ajmer Sharif (1880)   

A view of Classic Pictures, Photos, Images Dargah Bazar in 1899 A.D. Hyderabad Nizam Gate is not persent yet.
 The present main gate of the dargah was built by the Nizam of Hyderabad in 1911 A.D. or 1915 A.D

A view of the Classic Present Pictures, Photos, Images Dargah Bazar with Hyderabad Nizam Gate, Main Entrance of Dargah Ajmer India


Buland Darwaza


High entrance that was erected by Mahmood Khilji or one of his successors.
Before the commencement of Urs Sharif a flag is hoisted on top of this gatewith grand ceremony
on the 25th Jamadiulsaani for ushering the 'Urs' of Khawaja Saheb,
which starts from 1st of Rajab(The 7th month of lunar Calendar)

Badi Deg

On either side of the second gate i.e Buland Darwaza in front of
Sahan Chiragh (courtyard lamp),
there are two huge Degs (cauldrons for cooking food)fixed into solid masonryin
which a palatable mixture of rice sugar, ghee (butter) and dried fruits are cooked
for distribution to the public as tabarruk.The pilgrims cook this Deg Individually.

Choti Deg

The circumference at the edge of the larger cauldron is 10-1/4 feet.
It cooks 70 mounds of rice,while the smaller Deg takes 28 mounds.
One of them was presented by Akbar in 1567 A.D.
The well-to-do pilgrims Individually make these Degs to be cooked.

Mehfil Khana

On the west of the Saham Chiragh stands the magnificent building of Samakhana or Mahfilkhana (auditorium with darbar hall) which was built by Nawab Bashir-ud-Dowla Sir Asmaan Jah of Hyderabad Deccan in 1888-91 A.D. This spacious hall is 46 feet square with a gallery of 14 feet running around it.It is used for 6 days only during the annual Urs for religious ‘Mahfils’
in which Qawwali is the chief item of programme commencing at 11 P.M.
and ending with Fatiha in the early hours of morning at 4 A.M.

Begami Dalaan

Overhanging the principal eastern to the Shrine or Mausoleum, there is a handsome porch known as Begami Daalaan which was built in 1643 AD by Princess Jahan Ara Begam, the favorite daughter of Emperor Shah Jahan. The walls and the beautiful marble pillars of the Begami Daalaan were done in colorful gold in 1888 AD. Later on, the ceiling of this Daalaan was also embellished in gold with the money donated by a Muslim merchant of Bombay. This beautiful portico was used by the Begams or ladies of the Moghul harem during their frequent visits to the shrine.There are two simultaneous entrances to the Shrine through the Begami Daalaan. The doors of both of them are mounted with heavy silverplate carved in ornamental details. The tomb is of white marble inlaid with pieces of precious stones and is daily bestrewed with sandal-paste and Itars (perfumes).
 It is always covered with very costly  ‘Ghilaafs’ (coverings made of velvet and silk)
embroidered with pleasing gold and silver tracings.

Shahjehani Mosque


On the south wing of the Mahfil khana stands the Jama Masjid or Shah Jahani Mosque,
 which is a fine piece of Moghul architecture. All the 99 sacred names of Allah
with 33 Quranic verses are beautifully inscribed in the mosque.


Auliya Mosque

The place where Khawaja Sahib stayed for a few days, when he came to Ajmer
for the first time,has now been turned into a mosque called Aulia Masjid.
It is made of white marble. Devotees use it only for recitation of
Holy Quran and thanks giving prayers.


Chilla of Baba Farid Ganj Shakar(R.A)


Situated between Jama Masjid and Sandali Masjid in the premises of Hazrat khwaja Muinuddin's Dargah at Ajmer. Along the left-hand wall, in the background of the Sandali Masjid there is a small gate which leads down to the under-ground cell in which Hazrat Baba Farid remained in a chilla (secluded prayers) for 40 days in spiritual communion with the Holy Saint of Ajmer.This gate is opened for public Ziarat (visit) on the night of the 5th of Moharram (the date of Baba farid's death)every year when thousands of pilgrims visit the place from all over India to seek his spiritual benediction.


Jannati Darwaza

This gate too is situated on the western sideof the Shrine adjacent to the tomb of Gaiti Ara.
The doors of the gate are covered with silver metal.It is opened onlyfour times
during the year,viz. twice on Eids (for one day) during theannual Urs (for six days)
and on the 6th ofShawwal, the Urs of Khawaja Saheb's Pir.


Bibi saheba


This Shrine is of Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Chishty’s (R.A) wife.


Victoria tank

Akbari Mosque

This Mosque was constructed by Emperor Akbar as a token of his Devotion and Gratitude
on the occasion of the birth of prince Salim(Jahangir) in the year 1455 A.D.
It is a Square of 140x140x2 feet and its central area is 56 (feets) high. In the centre,there had been a hauz(tank) for wazoo(ablution).Owing to certain resons,the hauz was closed and covered.
 Now the Mosque is known as Akbari Mosque.At present this place also houses a
Quranic Educational Institution to provide religious education to the children

Langar khana (Free public kitchen)

Langar Khana is a free public kitchen where about 5 mounds of barley meal is cooked
twice a day and distributed to the people without any discrimination.It is said that the only food which
Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Hasan Chishty (R.A) used to have was a morsel of crushed barley.


Pir Baba ji Syed Sameer Chishty Shah

s/o Pir Baba ji Syed Sultan Chishty Shah

Syed Sameer Chisti Shah

s/o Syed Sultan Chisti Shah

Gaddi Nashin Aastana-e-Aliya Ghareeb Nawaz

111 , Faiz Manzil, Nathwan Shah, Khadim Mohalla, Dargah Sharif
Ajmer-305001 (Raj.) India