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20. March 2012 by Admin 0 Comments

Khawaja Ajmer sharif, India



It is a well known historical fact that in spreading the thical and spiritual values of Islam, major and effective contributions have been made by the walis (Saints) of Allah. It was their humanistic disposition, and piety which won over the hearts of lacs of people. They made a direct contact with the masses, served and loved them, lived with them in the realisation of Eternal Truth. The proof of this is more than evident from the history of growth of Islam in India. Although Islam had penerated in this subcontinent in the first century of Hijra, but the noble task of inspiring the people to its tenets and values in India was accomplished by Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Chishty (R.A.) populary known as khwaja saheb and khwaja Gharib Nawaz (R.A). He did it all through his great moral power, glorious and appealing character, with love and dedication to mankind, without any worldly resources of wealth, power, force and material means.
Khwaja Saheb was a scholar of great repute. He interpreted the true Islamic message of love for manking and through that the love for the Almighty Allah. He preached the Quranic philosophy  of the unity of religion and worked out its potentialities for the whole humanity. He was the greatest mystic of his time. He laid the foundation of the liberal Chishtia order of sufis in India,  and inspired millions of souls to be his followers and thus served the masses of the Indian Sub-continent.

Ajmer sharif is situated at the foot of an 800-feet high mountain on the top of which stands, in solemn splendor, the celebrated fort of Garh Beetli or Bithali named after Bithaldas Gaur the trusted General of Emperor Shah Jahan, which is now called Taragarh (the star citadel). This city stretches out in all directions of a spacious valley and is hemmed in on all sides by picturesque hills. Its holy traditions are equally replete with Rajput chivalry and Muslim supremacy in the past history of Hindustan. Few cities of India can boast of Ajmer’s religious sanctity for both Hindus and Muslims, its glorious history and it natural beauty. Ajmer has seen many vicissitudes of time in its long history of about 1400 years we are giving you like 'Why Ajmer Was Chosen, Anasager Lake, Jama Al-Tamish Or Dhai Din-Ka-Jhonpra, Dargah Of Miran Syed Husain,The Fort Of Taragarh, Pushkar' on this blog.

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