Set a dervish 800 years ago, by traveling to the mill, when he reached the Ajmer in India from Iran for the promise of Allah, whoever came to him, remained the same at his rate. There was no discrimination from all but his mercy was rained, and since then, more than eighth century has passed, but the king and the Ranka, whether Hindu or Muslim, did not return empty-handed. He has returned with his bag full and the elevated door of the dargah of the great Sufi saint Uddin Chishti, who has settled in the hearts of people in the name of Khwaja Saheb or Garib Nawaz, gives witness that from Muhammad bin Tughluq Alauddin Khilji and Mughal Akbar The greatest rulers here bow their heads with full admiration or the door also bears witness that Khawas Saheb is the first example in the world of reverence that has no boundaries, the great Sufi saint Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti located Ajmer The dargah is not just the center of Islamic propaganda, but people of every religion get a message of mutual love from here. It seems very attractive to see that people of all caste religions come here, whichever religion people come here, they go only after fulfilling their wishes, the example of this is the silver katara of King Mansingh in the holy places of Khwaja. The same British Queen Mary Queen is a wazoo's hose, built as akidat, when the famous English writer Colonel Tad writes in his book that I have seen a tomb in India.
The famous saint named Garib Nawaz, Safi Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti Dargah in Ajmer gives proof that no one returns empty handed from here, that is why the Muslims as well as people of other communities here But come and fulfill our vow here, Chadar Poshhi is an example of this: Katara planted by King Man Singh in the holy place of Khwaja.It is said that Zarine Ajmer comes here every day more than the estimate of 25 26 thousand people, it is said that they have the highest number of non-Muslims according to estimates or the number of non-Muslims is more than about 600. In this, we can say that the greatest saints of the great saint Safi Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti at the Ajmer Dargah are said to be behind it in the prayer and hard work of Khwaja Garib Nawaz, which people of all religions gather here and Chadar Poshis can be guessed that in today's world, despite the struggle in the name of religion in the whole world, there are people with all kinds of views from all over the world and they present the view of akidat, in fact, in Sufism there is a God It is believed that Sufi is not associated with any one religion, because he is a God, that is why people of all religions have been keeping their faith equal at the rate of Khwaja since about 8 years, perhaps this is why Khwaja Sir, firstly in the world of reverence, there is an example that has no boundaries.
At the rate of poor Nawaz, everyone hides in his own style.In the same way, Khidmat Gujar includes a woman named Fojia who has been carrying out the task of firing on special occasions since childhood. When I am filled with ammo, his voice resonates with the villages around Ajmer.Fojia has been working since the age of 8, now she has turned 35, Pooja said that her family has been working for the past 8 days to operate the cannon for the last 27 years. Pooja is on her shoulders along with her brother Mohammad Khushpreet Mohammad Rashid and Mohabbat Rafiq also carry out the task of firing the cannon. Pooja told that she does not get any remuneration in exchange for running the talk, although on special occasion, she gets the sight from which the ammo costs go away, sometimes the flag is fired three times or sometimes 5 times on the sight of the moon. During 21, the sixth salute is given on its sixth, in the month of Ramadan, once in the urban and even after the end of the city, it is run once a day, in the same way, a total of 90 cannon salutes are given in the year. At the rate of.
Ajmer Sharif is about 132 kilometers away from Jaipur, famous for the dargah of Sufi saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti, Hazrat Khwaja Muddin Chisti Rahmatullah Alaih is a name for a park that only gives relief to the soul of Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti Rahmatullah in Ajmer Sharif. The people who wish to read Fateh by praying for the tomb of Aleh, it is the dream of the devotees, they must come to attend this court once, who come here, irrespective of their religion, whether they are Hindu, Muslim or Sikh. If you are a Christian, no matter what the religion is, after the knocking, there is a message of peace in the lion and on the lips. Apart from Bhuj, Ajmer is well connected by snakes to all major cities of Rajasthan like Jaipur, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, Udaipur and Bharatpur. Buses are also available here. You can also come here by bus service Ajmer Junction The nearest railway station to Ajmer is As it is Raj's entry railway station, there is a train service to all major cities of India, Sanganer Airport in Jaipur is the nearest airport to Ajmer which is located at a distance of 132 kilometers.