Ajmer Sharif Dargah Mannat Khwaja Garib Nawaz Shrine Ajmer Dargah Mannat 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 any religion through out the world. Thus the result of the long association of every people with the shrine can be assessed from the customs at the Dargah by all people. 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, Murad, Manokamna), cracking of coconuts at the door steps of Dargah, and the lighting ceremony at dust etc are symbolic of the emerging of composite culture.

NAZAR NIAZ

In the present advanced age several questions are being raised in relation to those offerings which are made at the shrines of Muslim saints, particularly at the Dargah of Hazrat Khwaja Gharib Nawaz (R.A.) at ajmer.

It is all due to the lack of proper religious knowledge, lack of well established customs precedents and traditions and lack of settled Islamic and judicial pronouncements on this point Nazar-O-Niaz which is a combination of two words of Arabic language, in English it means vows and oblations.

ACCORDING TO ISLAMIC LAW
Offering i.e. Nazar-O-Niaz is a deed through which the nearness is attained,it is also a source of earning the pleasure and blessings of those who have attained the nearness of god, not only this, presentation of Nazar-O-Niaz is considered as a source of achievement and success in life.

According to CHISHTIA sect: Offerings which people make at any Dargah, their intention and aim is to obtain the blessing of that Saint at whose Dargah the offerings are made and also the blessings of that person who is the custodian of that Dargah and in his capacity as Gaddi Nashin, Moallim, Mujawar or Khadim is entitled to receive the same. After understanding the literary meanings of offerings let us see how the famous Muslim Jurist and Ulama have theologically explained the same. In his book Nazar Buzurgan-e-din HAZRAT SHAH RAFIULLAH says:-

Whatever is presented in cash or in kind at any Dargah by the devotees is known as offerings. This further means and implies that offerings made at Dargah are not for any charitable purpose but for the benefit of those attached to Dargah. Another famous Jurist Imam Ghani Al-Nablisi Al-Qudsi in his book Hadiqa-e-Nadiah has clearly written: the main object of offerings made at Dargah is to benefit or facilitate the Moallims.

In his another book Kashfun-Noorhe has further clarified the object and purpose of Nazar as under:

Those who make offerings at the Dargah of a saint, know well and fully understand that those offerings are for personnel use and sustenance of those who are attached with Dargah, particularly the Moallims.

NATURE OF OFFERINGS
At any Dargah particularly at Ajmer .The nature and purpose of offerings apart from what has been said earlier is, with some modification as under:

(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 Dargah he out of devotion presents certain money at the holy grave of the saint with the intention that whatever he is presenting he s presenting as an offering to that with clear implication that the same will be used by those who are entitled to receive it. At Ajmer the devotees pay the offering to a Moallim who may take as their well wisher or spiritual preceptor.

(3) The third form of offering is that it is paid directly to the Moallim knowing well that the same is for the benefit and personal use of that Moallim.

(4) The fourth form is that devotees pay a particular amount of offering to the Moallim and limit its expanses they clearly specify the purpose i.e. either to distribute equally among all the Moallims,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.

The soul purpose of the offering in all the religious orders is nothing but to grace, benefit and facilitate the moallim or the person attached to Dargah.

ALLAH (Subhanu Wa Ta'ala) AAP LOGO
Nabi-e-Kareem (Sal Allaho Alaiyhe Wa Sallam)
KE SADAQE MEIN AUR HUZOOR GARIB NAWAZ (R.A.)
KE WASILE SE HAMESHA KHUSH AUR ABAAD RAKHE.

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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. Information, Info, About, Contact, Head Office, Dargah, Khwaja Gharib Nawaz, Ajmer Sharif, Head Office, Details, India, Rajasthan, Info About, Contact Head Office, Dargah, Khwaja Gharib Nawaz, Ajmer Sharif, Head Office, Details, India,
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Small Degh : It was presented by Emperor Akbar,
2400 kgs of food can be cooked in it that approximately amount to 70,000.00 Indian Rupees. Big Degh : It was presented by Emperor Jahangir, 4800 kgs of food can be cooked in it and the cost comes to about 140,000.00 Indian Rupees. N.B. : 1. All these Deghs are cooked by Zaireen (pilgrims/devotees) who can afford to cook, Bavakalat (through) respective Khadims of Khwaja Gharib 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
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LANGER (FREE DISTRIBUTION OF FOOD)

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

FATHEAS

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

GILAF (VELVET CLOTH TO COVER HOLY MAZAR-E-AQDAS)

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 GHARIB 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.


Aashiqane khwaja are requested to contact me for making

Holy Belongings / Tabarrukat Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Hasan Chishty  (R.A) Ajmer Sharif, Rajasthan, India

Ajmer Sharif live Darshan Dargah OF Khwaja Moinuddin Chisty Ziarat Ajmer Sharif Dargah Ziyarat Ajmer Sharif Dargah Ziyarat Rajasthan, India

We wish you get the blessings (Dua) of Khwaja Gareeb Nawaz (R.A.) and Tabarruk (Prasad) in the following form of Ziarat-e-Khas Tabarrukat of Huzoor Gareb Nawaz (R.A.):

1. Quaran-E-Pak of Huzoor Gareeb Nawaz (Written by Khwaja himself)

2. Golden Stick (Chhadi Mubarak) of Huzoor Gareeb Nawaz used in Mehfil.

3. Gusal Mubarak of Huzoor Gareeb Nawaz    

a. Silver Pot (Pyale) for sandal (Chandan)   

 b. Lotey Sharif (Pot for Gulab Jal (rose Water)- Silver made    

c. Farrasa of Morpankh with silver handle for cleaning the floor    

d. Chamer Sharif Morpankh with silver handle for cleaning the Mazaar (Holy Tomb)
 

4. Gilaf sharif / Chader sharif presented from Mughal time to present day.

5. Parda sharif of Khana-e-Kaba. Brought from Macca Sharif.

6. Neeme / Bastane Sharif of white cloth for use during Khidmat Sharif
 

7. Holy shrine of Hazrat Khwaja Fakhruddin Gurdezi (R.A.) Heriditarity Grand Father of Khuddam-e-Khwaja.

Ajmer Ziarat Mazar Sharif 

You may like to note that Ziarat as mentioned above can only be made possible by Syed Samir Chishti Shah and you may like to get in touch with him at the contact details mentioned in this website for the divine experience. The Ziarat of this Holy Tabarrukat of Khwaja Gharib Nawaz (R.A) can be made possible only by the Khadims Syed Chishty family who have blood relation with Khawaja Gharib Nawaz (R.A).

 Only these Khadims Syed Chishty family of Dargah Ajmer Sharif have legal right to made Ziarat of these Holy Belongings through out the world.


Peer Baba ji Syed Sameer Chishti Shah

s/o Pir Baba ji  Syed Sultan Chishti Shah


Peer Baba ji Syed Sameer Chishti Shah

s/o Pir Baba ji  Syed Sultan Chishti Shah


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