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2015/ 803 AJMER URS MUBARAK PROGRAM

803, Urs Mubarak Ajmer 16 April to 4 May 2015

Inviting you all devotees in  world  famous  Ajmer Sharif beginning from 21st April 2015 Thursday to 4th May 2015 Urs 803 in Darbar of HAZRAT KHWAJA SYED MOINUDDIN CHISHTY, Urs 2015 in Ajmer Sharif

803 Urs Ajmer Sharif ,Urs Ajmeer 21 APRIL TO 4 MAY 2015

16th APRIL 2015 TUESDAY (Urdu 25th Jamadiul Aakhir) Urs Ajmer Sharif

Urs Ajmer Sharif  Flag Ceremony after Namaaz-E-Asar & Milad Sharif (After closing the tomb (Darbar) Aastana Aalia)

19th APRIL 2015 SUNDAY (Urdu 28th Jamadiul Aakhir) Urs Ajmer Sharif

In Urs Sharif holy sandal is being raised from the mazaar Sharif (it is a special Tabaruqat and by eating this with deep faith, any kind of disease, black-magic, danger evils are being finished and who have no-child get child).

21st APRIL 2015 TUESDAY . (Urdu 30th Jamadiul Aakhir) (Chand Raat) Urs Ajmer Sharif

In Urs Ajmer Sharif Fakhir (Mastaan (Mastan) Aashiq-E-Khwaja ki tooli) come from Khwaja Qutubuddin Bakhtiyar Kaki Chishty Dargah, walking all the way from Mehroli Sharif (Dehli) to Ajmer Sharif with a big group with flags of Khwaja Garib Nawaz .

21st or 22nd  APRIL 2015 WEDNESDAY Urdu date 1st Rajjab Urs Ajmer Sharif

Urs Sharif begins & Jannati Darwaza in Urs Sharif (Heaven Door) will be opened (from the 1st Rajab to 6th Rajab in 
Urs Ajmer Sharif the Darbar is being opened from 6 am (early morning) to 1 am (night) for performing ziarat by the pilgrims).

Namaz-E-Jumma in Urs Sharif

24 April 2015 Friday Urdu date 3rd Rajjab.

26th or 27th APRIL  2015 SUNDAY (Urdu date 6th Rajab Chatti Sharif ) Urs Ajmer Sharif

In Urs Sharif main day
Chatti Sharif  special day 10 A.M (Annaul Niyaz) & After Zohar Namaaz Jannati Darwaza will be closed. Nazar-o-Niyaz and Langar on this day Niyaz & Langar (Free Food) are being performed and flower, itre & rose water arc being offered towards Darbar and special prayers are being offered by name.

29th APRIL 2015 Wednesday Urdu (9th Rajab) Urs Ajmer Sharif  Namaz-E-Jumma in Urs Sharif


In Urs Sharif  Bara Qul outer portion of the whole Dargah Sharif is being washed by the devotees by Keoda and we the Khuddam wash (Gusal) the inner side of the mazaar by keoda, rose water, itre.

30th APRIL 2015 THURSDAY (Urdu date 10th Rajab) Urs Ajmer Sharif

Qawwali Mehfil after closing Darbar Sharif  Hazrat Khwaja Syed Moinuddin Chishty

4th May 2015 MONDAY Urs Ajmer Sharif (Urdu date 14th Rajab) Urs Ajmer Sharif

Birthday of Hazrat Khwaja Syed Moinuddin Hassan Chishty (R.A.) (Jashn-E-Gharib Nawaz) (Langar (Food) & Qawwali Program are being performed whole night in Darbar Sharif.

9th May 2015 SATURDAY, 19 Rajjab  Urs of Hazrat BiBi Syeda Hafiz Jamal Sahiba Daughter of Hazrat Khwaja Syed Moinuddin Chishty mehfil after closing Darbar and Niyaz on Halwa (sweet) and Fry Roti will be distributed in Urs Ajmer Sharif.

 

Darbar Sharif at Urs time

Darbar Sharif at Urs time

 

In side Darbar Sharif at Urs time

IN URS KHATAM-E-YOUNUS

DARGAH BAZAAR (MAIN GATE)

BIG UMBRELLA (CHATRI) SHAMIYANA IN SIDE DARBAR

IN SIDE DARBAR IN URS CHAND RAAT

BIG GILAF (CHADER 42 METERS)

 

DEVOTEE

BUILDINGS OF DARGAH SHARIF

OLD PICTURE OF DARGHA SHARIF

KALIMAH DARWAZA 

At a little distance from Usmani Darwaza, there is an old door, on top of which is built a Naqqar Khana of royal period. As it was built by Shahjahan in 1047 Hijri, it is known as Darwaza Naqqar Khana-e-Shahjahani, Kalima-e-Tayyaba is engraved in bold letters on its arch, so it is also called as Kalimah Darwaza is the entrance to a court yard which ends at Buland Darwaza. On right side of the yard is Shifakhana and stairs of Akbari Masjid.

 

 

NIZAM GATE 

 

There are four entrance to the compound of Dargah Sharif of them the most prominent and grand is "NIZAM Gate" at this site of Dargah Bazaar.

 

    Its construction was started in 1912 and completed in three years. Since it was constructed by Mir Usmani Ali Khan, the former Nawab of Hyaderabad, it is also called as Usmani Darwaza. It is 70ft high and 24ft. There is a Naqqar Khana on the gate.

 

 

  

   

BULAND DARWAZA     

This monument belongs to Sultan Mohammad Khilji.Its height in 85ft and floor inside is made of white marble.Since it is the highest amongall the building of Dargah Sharif, it is called as Buland Darwaza.The Jhanda (flag) of Urs Sharif is installed on it on 25th of Jamadiul Akhir.

 

 

   

AKBARI MASJID     

 

     It is monument of the Akbar's period. After six months of the birth of Prince Salim (Jahangir), Emperor Akbar visited the Astana-e-Aalia in Ajmer and ordered the construction of the mosque. It is made of red stones. The mosque including other adjacent buildings is 140ft. long and 140ft. wide. The height of its arch 56ft.

 

 

AHATA-E-CHAMBELI 

 

    After passing through Sahan-e-Chiragh there are tow high door in the middle of a row of small rooms. One of the doors is located in the east, which is the entrance to compound of Astana-e-Alia from where the Gumbad Sharif can be seen very clearly. On the left, there is a small but very beautiful mosque of white marble, called Aulia Masjid. On the right is located Masjid Sandal Khana. Adjacent to its northern corner is located Ahata-e-Chambeli, where sacred shrines are located. These shrines and their walls covered with jasmine shrubs. It is said these shrines belong to the holy wives of Khwaja Gharib Nawaz (R.A.)

 

 

 

Chillah Baba Farid Ganj Shakar (R.A.) 

   

    This is the place where Baba Farid Ganj Shakar performed Chillah. The place is under ground behind Masjid Sandal Khana. The actual place of Chillah is in the basement of the Masjid. Stairs lead down to the place. Its door kept locked for the whole year and opened only for one day on 5th Muharram-ul-Haram. Pilgrims from far off places take the opportunity to have a look of the place.

 

 

 

 

 

SAHAN-E-CHIRAGH 

 

    Next to Buland Darwaza, there is a beautiful hexagon umbrella under which is placed a huge ancient bras lamp. Thus the yard is known as Sahan-e-Chiragh (the candle floor)

 

   

 

MEHFIL KHANA 

 

     The building, positioned in the west of Sahan-e-Chiragh was built by Nawab Bashiruddaulah on the birth of his son, Nawab Moinuddaulah. The Nawab prayed for a son in Darbar-e-Khwaja. The Almighty blessed him with a son at the age of 80. So he got constructed the building after the birth of his son. Its construction was started in 1306 Hijra and it was completed in 1309 Hijra. It is a square shaped building having one of its side of 46ft during Urs period, "Majlis-e-Sama" are arranged is this building, so it is called Mehfil-Khana (Banquet).

 

 

BARI DEG     

    Inside the Sahan-e-Chiragh and on the right side of Buland Darwaza is located Bari Deg. Emperor Akbar pledged to visit Ajmer Sharif on foot and presented a large cauldron if victorious in Chittaurgarh battle. So he kept his words after winning the battle. The Circumference of the cauldron (Deg) is 12 1/2 yards and 125 mounds of rice can be cooked in it at a time. It was presented in 976 Hijra.

 

MASJID SANDAL KHANA      

    The location of the Masjid has already been described under the heading, Ahata-e-Chambeli. The mosque was built by Sultan Mehmood Khilji. By the reign of Jahangir, it started demolishing. 

   Jahangir got it renovated and then it was again repaired by the Emperor Aurangzeb. That is why it is attributed to the three rulers.    

      During the period of Urs from 1-9th of Rajab, sandalwood is rubbed to paste for presentation to the holy Mazar in the boundary so the mosque is famous as Masjid Sandal Khana.

    

   The flowers which are removed, once in the morning and then in the evening are kept for a while in a small arch of the mosque, so it is also called as Masjid Phool Khana.

 

   BAGAMI DALAAN 

 

    Rauza-e-Munawwara and Gumbad Sharif were built during the reign of Sultan Mohammad Khilji. Some historians wreite that these were constructed by Khwaja Husain Nagori (R.A.). The innerside of the Gumbad is covered with stones having golden and colorful carving. The upper of Gumbad is covered with white plaster with a golden crown. The crown was presented by late Haider Ali Khan, brother of Nawab Kalb-e-Ali Khan of Rampur.

 

    The Taweez of holy Mazar is made of white marble. The holy Mazar is always covered with Zarbaft, Kamkhuwab and Velvet's Qabarposh and over them are placed fresh floral wreaths. In center of Chhapa-khat is located a golden cage, presented by Emperor Jahangir.

 

 

 

 

 (WASOO KHANA) ON 22nd DEC,1911.A.D

THIS BUILDING (WASOO KHANA) WAS ERECTED TO COMMEMORATE THE VISIT TO THE DARBAR OF HER MOST GRACIOUS MAJESTY QUEEN EMPRESS MARY (ENGLAND) ON 22nd DEC,1911.A.D

THE LANGAR KHANA (Kitchen)    

It said that the only food which Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Hassan Chishty R.A.A. (peace to this soul) used to have was a morsel of crushed barley i.e. dali. So this dalia is cooked in his kitchen and distributed free without any discrimination among all those that are present at that time.

    The Langer is daily cooked and distributed free once in the morning Fajar Prayer and for the second time after Asar Prayer.

    The Langar Khana is situated just near the deg to the left on way to the Tomb of the Saint.

    The story goes that Emperor Akbar, like any other pilgrim devotee, once went to the Langar Khana in disguise to take food. Providentially, it was raining heavily, and Akbar unfortunately fell down on the floor as the ground was slippery. Contemplating over this mishap, Akbar decided that a pucca building to house the Kitchen was needed in order to save such mishaps to others, and as a result the present building.

 

 MUKBARA

Wazoo Khana (Haooz)

CHHOTI DEG 

 

    It is located on the left side of Buland Darwaza inside Sahan-e-Chiragh. It was presented by Sultan Nooruddin Jahangir in 1013 Hijra. Eighty mounds of rice can be cooked in it at a time.

 

KHANQAH 

 

    It is in west and adjacent to the Mehfil Khana. Its entrance is through a door in northern corner of Mehfil Khana. At present an orphanage is being run this building.

 

LANGAR KHANA

 

    In the eastern side of Sahan-e-Chiragh, there is a chain of small rooms. In the middle of this chain, stands a door, which is the entrance to vast court-yard and a verandah. One of its door opens in Gali Langar Khana. Two huge iron-cauldrons are installed in the verandah. Salty porridge is cooked in these cauldrons two times daily in the morning and evening and distributed among the poor. The Langar Khana was built by Emperor AKbar for the poor.

 

AULIA MASJID 

 

    It was built at a short distance from Ahata-e-Chambeli and Masjid Sandal Khana in the east. It was built at the place where Khwaja Sahib had offered prayers.

 

SHAHJAHANI MASJID 

 

 

    The grand white marbled mosque was built by emperor Shahjahan and it is stood in the west of holy Mazar. It is also called as Jamey Shahjahani. It is 97 yards long and 27 yards wide. It has a vast court yard. The Jannati Darwaza of the holy Mazar is just opposite of the arch of the Masjid. Juma prayers are offered with great religious fervors. It has been a routine since the royal periods that guns are fired four times to announce Juma congregations. First, five minutes before Khutba, second at the time of Khutba, third at the time of prayers and last at the end of Juma Namaz.

 

 

GRAVE OF SHAH JAHANS'S DAUGHTER HURUNNESSA .    

 On the western wing, outside the dome, Emperor Shahjehan's daughter, Princess Hurun Nessal, also called Roshan Ara lies buried, with a very expensive precious stone embedded on her grave, It is surrounded by a marble screen. The vault is walled up for the security of the costly stone, which is fixed on the breast of the princess. The princess having heard about the greatness of the Holy Saint and miracles performed by him through the courtiers became a staunch devotee of Huzoor Khwaja Gharib Nawaz R.A. and settled down in Ajmer to spend the rest of her life at the holy feet of the great Saint. She breathed her last as a recluse in the Astana Sharif.

    Though as a princess, She gave up her royal life in favor of that of an ascetic and remained unmarried till she died. When she renounced the world and settled down in Ajmer. The emperor Shahjehan, in difference to her wishes and for the maintenance of the Dargah Sharif and the Khadim Community, donated a jagir of 21 very fertile villages as an endowment, thus merging the interest of the Khadim Community and the Dargah Sharif together.

    After death, the princess was buried near the Rowza Sharif and probably attained a permanent place in Paradise as in the life she commands universal respect from the visitors who know the true story.

NIZAM THE WATER CARRIER'S GRAVE

("THE GRAVE OF NIZAM SAQQA")

    Nizam, a water carrier, saved emperor Humayun while the latter was crossing the Ganges and was about to be drowned in the river. The Emperor rewarded him as a token of his gratitude by declaring him king of India for half a day, i.e. from sunrise to sunset To commemorate his rule, the Ek-Din Ka-Sultan issued leather coins of leather mashkeeza and declared them legal tender now his grave is situated at a distance of hardly ten yards to the east of Sandal Khana Masjid in the Precinct of the Dargah Sharif of the Khwaja Sahib. This grave is of white marble and is studded with costly jewels and equipped with a silver canopy. But during Alamgir's visit to Dargah Sharif, this pomp was removed because it appeared to be a disgrace to the tomb of Hazrat Khwaja Gharib Nawaz .

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General Information :- Population : 4,01,930 (approx), Area : 55.3 sq. km, Altitude : 486 meters, Temperature Summer Max 43.7oC, Winter ax. 23.3oC, Min 5.5oC, Clothing Summer Tropical Winter Woolens, Languages : Hindi, Rajsthani, Urdu and Sindhi.

 

~: AJMER :~

(THE HOLY CITY OF RAJASTHAN)

       Ajmer was founded in the the 7th Century by Ajaipal Chauhan. Situated in valley amidst Aravali ranges, it derives the name from Ajaymeru (the invincible hill).

      The harmonious blend of various religions and cultures has given a unique character to this pious land. This truly secular city is an excellent example of religious tolerance and brotherhood. Ajmer attracted Sufi saints, Hindu preachers, Jain munis, Parsee priests, Christian missionaries of all denominations ranging from the Church of England, Scottiish United free Church, American Methodists and Roman Catholics, Swami Dayanand Saraswati, the founder of Arya Samaj breathed his last in Ajmer. The Sikhs established Singh Sabha overthere.

      The Chauhans dominated Ajmer till the end of the 12th century. Prithviraj Chauhan was the last great ruler, who was defeated at the hands of Muhammad Ghauri in 1193. Subsequently it was seized by Rana Kumbha of Mewar, then came the Muslim rulers of Malwa, who were thrown out by Maldeo Rathor of Marwar. Later on Akbar annexed it to the Mughal empire in 1556, and made it the headquarters for the operations in Rajputana and Gujrat. From 1818 onwards it came under the domain of British empire, after concluding a treaty with Daulat Rao Scindia, the Maratha chief. The British left behind a legacy of excellent educational institutions as they found Ajmer to be an ideal location.

      Ajmer is associated with many important historical events. Sir Thomas Roe, the ambassador of King James 1 of England presented his credentials to Jehangir here on 10th Jan 1616. Dara Shikoh, the eldest son of Shah Jahan was born here, and the war of succession between the sons of Shah Jahan was won 1659 by Auranzeb in the battle of Dorai near Ajmer.

    Ajmer is an oasis wrapped in the green hills. The city was founded by Raja Ajay Pal Chauhan in the 7th Century A.D. Situated in a valley amidst Aravali ranges, it derives the name from Ajayameru (the invincible Hill) and continued to be a major centre of the Chauhan power till 1193 A.D. When Prithviraj Chauhan lost it to Mohammed Ghauri. Since then, Ajmer became home to many dynasties. Today, Ajmer is a popular pilgrimage centre for the Muslims as well as Hindus. Especially famous is the DARGAH Sharif-tomb of the Sufi saint Khwaja Syed Moinuddin Chishty, which is equally revered by the Muslims and Hindus. It is a centre of culture and education, the British chose Ajmer for its prestigious Mayo College a school exclusively for Indian nobility. Ajmer is also the base for visiting Pushkar (11 km.), the abode of Lord Brahma, lying to its west with a temple and a picturesque lake. The Pushkar Lake is a sacred spot for Hindus. During the month of Kartik (Oct./Nov.), devotes throng in large numbers here to take a dip in the sacred lake. 
 
      Ajaipal Chauhan founded Ajmer in the seventh century. He constructed a hill fort "Ajaimeur" or the invincible hill. The Chauhans ruled Ajmer till the 12th century when Prithviraj Chauhan lost Mohammed Ghauri. Thereafter it became a part of the sultanate of Delhi. Ajmer was also favorite residence for the great Mughals. One of the first contacts between the Mughal King Jahangir and Sir Thomas Roe took place here in 1616. The Scindias took over the city in 1818 and then handed it over to the British and it became one of the only part of Rajasthan controlled directly by the East Indian Co. The bus stand in Ajmer is located near the RTDC hotel Khadim. And the railway is further north and most of the hotels are west of the stations. Northeast is the main post office and most of the cities market is located behind and up to Agra Gate. Further north is a large artificial lake called the Anna Sagar. Climate Pretty hot in summers and becomes green with first rain as all its small mountains become green, in winters temperature is chilled.

 

Air: 
 Nearest Airport Jaipur,
 138 Kms.

 

Rail

Regular train service from Delhi, Calcutta, Jaipur, Ahmedabad, Udaipur, Abu Road, Agra, Mumbai, Indore, Hyderabad and Jodhpur.

 

Road 

Regular bus services are available from Ajmer is well connected to cities like Jaipur, Delhi, Agra, Ahmedabad, Indore, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Mt. Abu etc. Regular Bus services are available.

 

ROAD DISTANCE TO SOME IMPORTANT PALACES FROM AJMER:

Ahmedabad :570 km. Via Pali, Sirohi.

Agra :360 km. Via Jaipur,.Bharatpur.

Delhi : 395 km. via Jaipur, Behror.

Jaipur : 131 km. via Kishangarh, Dudu

Mount Abu : 377 km via Bar, Pali, Sirohi.

Udaipur : 302 km via Chittaurgarh.

Jodhpur : 198 km via Bar, Jaitaran, Bilara.

 

 

NASIYAN (RED) TEMPLE
 

    The red temple is a Digambar Jain temple which has a double- storey hall adjacent to the main temple. The hall displays a series of large gold plated wooden figures depicting legends from Jain mythology. The entire hall is richly adorned by glass mosaic, precious stones, gold and silver work. The place is also popularly called Soni Ji Ki Nasiyan.

 
THE MUSEUM

Once the royal residence of Emperor Akbar, the museum houses a rich repository of the Mughal and Rajput armor and exquisite sculptures.
 

CHILLAH QUTUB SAHIB (R.A.)     

On the north-eastern side of Sada Bahar hill is located the Chillah of Hazrat Khwaja Qutubuddin Bakhtiyar Kaki (R.A.). It is the place where Hazrat engaged himself in prayers when in Ajmer.

 

 

 

DAULAT BAGH

 

    Shahjahan built buildings of white marbles on eastern bank of Anna Sagar. There is a very beautiful "Baradari". Amid these buildings and on the eastern side of it is located a beautiful green garden named Daulat Bagh. Its name has now been changed to Subhash bagh.

ANA SAGAR

    It is an artificial lake named after Anaji Chauhan. The catchments were built with the help of local populace. The 'Baradari' pavilions was built by Shah Jahan, to facilitate his long stays in Ajmer. the Baradari and the adjoining parks are the lungs of city and favourite outing spot 
 

 

 

CHILLAH SHAH MADAR (R.A.)

 

    The Chillah of Hazrat Syed Badiuddin Qutubul Madar Shah Makanpuri (R.A.) is located on the hills of eastern side of Ajmer at a height of some 700ft. Urs is celebrated here on 18th of Jamadi-ul-Awwal. The mazar of Hazrat Shah Madar (R.A.) is situated in Makanpur.

 

 

 

 

DHAI DIN KA JHONPRA 

 

    Dhai Din Ka Jhonpra or Dhai Din ki Masjid is a grand mosque made of red stone and located at a high place. Sultan Shamsuddin Altmash got it repaired and made some modification. One can reach the building if starts from Dargah Bazar to west along the bound aryl wall of Dargah Sharif. After crossing Tirpolia Gate (Darwaza), there is Mohalla Anderkot. At a short distance from Anderkot this mosque is located on right hade side.

 

 

 

 

TARAGARH FORT     

 

    The giant fort stands guarding the city. It has six gates. The fort also has Miran Saheb ki Dargha who was the governor of the fort and laid down his life in an encounter. It gives a panoramic view of the city situated in Nagpahari of Aravalli ranges, this fort has immense archaeological and historical importance.
 

    It is a grand fort, located on a steep hill in south of Dargah Sharif. The height of the hill is 800ft. During the reign of Rai Pithora, it was a famous and strong fort and was considered that it can not be conquered. But Sultan Shahabuddin Ghauri conquered it without any difficulty and appointed Syed Meeran Hussain (R.A.) as the Garrison Commander (Qiledaar).

 

NIGHT ATTACK ON TARAGARH

 

    During the reign of Qutubuddin Ebak, Syed Meeran Hussein (R.A.) was the Garrison Commander of Taragarh Fort. He also lived in the fort. While playing polo in Lahore, Sultan Qutubuddin Ebak feel down from the back of the horse and died. As soon as the news of this death reached Ajmer, the Thakur and Rajput landlords of adjoining areas jointly launched a night attack on Taragarh and entered the fort. It was totally dark and the Muslims were sleeping unaware. Most of them were slashed. Rest of them were awaken in a panic and started resisting. But they were smaller in number than the powerful break of the day. Meeran Husain Khunak Sarwar (R.A.) was also martyred in the attack.

 

    When the Muslims of the city heard the news of the bloodshed there was a mass mourning knowing about the tragedy, Khwaja Gharib Nawaz visited the fort with his followers and after the Namaz-e-Janaza, burrid the martyrs of Taragarh. Presently the ruins of the fort are left, but however everyone visits the Dargah of Hazrat Meeran Husain Khunak Sarwar (R.A.) to pay the tributes.

 

    Hazrat Syed Meeran Husain (R.A.) was a great abstemious saint. He mostly used to be at the service of Gharib Nawaz (R.A.) as a staunch follower. His Urs falls on 17th and 18th of Rajab every year.

 

 

 

Chillah Bare Pir Sahib:--

 

    On the top of a hill in the south of Dargha Sharif is a green colored tomb. It is said that a brick of holy Mazar of Hazrat Piran-e-Pir Dastagir (R.A.) is buried. That is why the place is famous as Chillah Bare Pir Sahib, otherwise Hazrat Piran Pir (R.A.) never came of India.

 

 

                                   PUSHKAR

Introduction :-

According to the Padma (Lotus) Purana, Pushkar, 15km northwest of Ajmer, came into existence when Lord Brahma, the Creator, dropped his lotus flower (pushpa) to earth from his hand (kar) to kill a demon. At the three spots where the petals landed, water magically appeared in the midst of the desert to form three small blue lakes, and it was on the banks of the largest of these that Brahma subsequently convened a gathering of some 900,000 celestial beings - the entire Hindu pantheon. surrounded by whitewashed temples and bathing ghats, the lake is today revered as one of India's most sacred sites : Pushkaraj Maharaj, literally "Pushkar King of Kings". During the auspicious full-moon phase of October/ November (the anniversary of the gods' mass meeting, or yagya), its waters are believed to cleanse  the soul of all impurities, drawing pilgrims from all over the country. Alongside this annual religious festival, Rajasthan villagers also buy and sell livestock at what has become the largest camel market (unt mela) in the world, when more than 200,000 dealers, tourists and traders fill the dunes to the west of the lake.


The legendary colors of the camel mela, combined with the beautiful desert scenery and heady religious atmosphere of the temples and ghats have inevitably made Pushkar a prime tourist destination.

 Pushkar History :-

Pushkar the sister city of Ajmer, is only 11 kms away from the city. Accounts of this city can be founded in the 4th century writing of the Chinese traveler Fa-Hien and also in the scripts writing during the era of Muslims invasions. Pushkar is famous for its fairs and festivals and for Brahma Temple. It is said that in a battle Lord Brahma killed the demon Vajra Nabh with a lotus flower whose petals floated down to earth and landed in three places in and Pushkar where Lakes sprang up. the bath at Pushkar is thought to be more important than at any other place. The holy dip in this lake on Kartika Purnima is thought to be salvation giving. Pushkar is very dear to Lord Brahma. The place is famous in His name. So it is blessed by Him in every way. In olden times the people who took a holy dip at Pushkar were relieved from all the sins and went to heaven after their death by the grace of Lord Brahma. According to another legend back in a legendary time Lord Brahma was flying over the Rajasthan desert on his swan when some petals fell from his hand and drifted down. Miraculously, blue lakes sprang up where the flowers had touched the soft sands. Just then, Lord Brahma realized that this was the auspicious moment to perform a fire sacrifice.

 Pushkar Fair & Festivals

Pushkar Fair (Oct.-Nov.) :- A colorful and lively fair, it is one of the largest cattle fairs in the country held every year at Pushkar on  Kartik Poornima (full moon, October - November) . The 9 day event is considered to be the most striking animal fair in the world. As the fair has religious significance too, pilgrims and tradesmen come in thousands from far and near. Hundreds of horses, camels, cows and bulls are brought here to be sold. The spectacular fair is irresistible. Vendor displays their attractive goods and the villagers go on a shopping spree. Colorfully filled by turbaned men and odhni-wearing women, the entire atmosphere is electric and the otherwise serene temple town comes to life.


The Camel & Horse races, parades and other cultural events are organized, which are full of fun and gaiety. After an eventful day, as the sun sets down, the entire atmosphere reverberates with the ringing  bells and prayers in the temples. At night, hundreds of small oil lamps are lit and placed on green leaves and floated on the lake after the Arti Puja (prayers). the act of worship is called 'deepdan', and the entire lake is illuminated. The view is simply mesmerizing and is to be seen to be believed.
                        

 

MEANING OF WORDS (URDU TO ENGLISH)

 

URDU WORDS

MEANING IN ENGLISH

Gharib Nawaz

Redeemer of Poor

Ziarat

Religious Visit 

Khwaja

Master

Kon-o-Makan

Universe

Ashraf

Noblest

Auliya

Saint

Jamal

Beauty

Kamal

Perfection

Arshey-Moalla

Zenith

Asa-E-Mubarak

Sacred Stick

Basharat

Prophetic Dream

Dinars (Deenars)

Gold Coins

Roza

Mausolum

Ghaib/Gheb

Invisible source through almighty

Mazar

Tomb

Hijab-e-Azmat

Dazzling of Gods Glory

Sultan

Emperor

Imam

Captain (Leader)

Nara

Large Shriek

Deen

Righteousness

Pirane-Tariqat

The holy spiritual leaders, spiritual guide,

 spiritual teachers

Qayamat

The day of Judgement

Qawwal

Singer Grovers

Rowza-e-Muqaddess

Shrine Tomb The holiest

Silsila

Order

Faqir

Jurisprudent (Indigent)

Tehtus-Sara

Abyss

Tauba

Repentance

Tabarrukat

Sacred relies

Ghilaf

Costly Velvet Sheets

Urs

Death Anniversary

Khadim-E-Khwaja

Servant of Khwaja (Priest)

Nazar

Offered

 

    

MY SON SHAH SYED ALI ABBAS GURDEZI

Gaddi Nashin

SHAH SYED ZAKARIA GURDEZI.

HEAD OFFICE ZIARAT-E-KHWAJA  

Post.Box No-116,

DARGAH SHARIF,

    AJMER (INDIA)

Phone: 0091-145-2423825, 2430149
Mobile: 91-9829073492,9928533249
Fax: 0091-145-2431824

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SHAH SYED ZAKARIA GURDEZI

S/O SHAH SYED ADBUL GHANI GURDEZI

KHWAJA MAHAL

P.O.BOX.116.  DARGAH SHARIF

AJMER 305001 INDIA

Phone: 0091-145-2423825, 2620512
Mobile: 91-9829073492,9928533249,9928996786
Fax: 0091-145-2431824
Special:

Ajmer Sharif Current Account ziarat-e-khwaja.CA-39,

Bank of Maharashtra Ajmer Branch :

A/C Number 20168001049

Note:-Send your contribution (Amount)
by Western Union, Money Gram & by Postel Order
registry post also.