Religion. Faith. Prayer. I have always been a little conflicted about this thing called “unknown power.” So, I am never interested in visiting worship places. But, when I was in Delhi earlier, this year, I stumbled upon an opportunity to visit one of the most popular shrines of Delhi. It took me back to the by-lanes of Mumbai’s Mahalakshmi temple (which my mom used to drag me out to when I was a kid!) Here’s what I saw- baskets of flowers, the chunris( the temple has it in red, the dargah in green), same Prasad packets of sugar balls and hordes of believers irrespective of class, creed and religion.
And I couldn’t help but wonder… Are we all really different. Guess, Rumi wins this round, when he says “the entrance to the sanctuary is within you.”
Below are a few glimpses from this mystical visit, that changed something within me forever:
5 thoughts on “Offering Hazrati at Nizamuddin Aulia Dargah”
wow. I have only heard about this place but never visited. Thanks for the virtual trip
Ah! Reminded me of my visit to the Dargah 4 years ago.
Hello, Nice place to visit . Thanks for sharing these lovely pictures.Nice Blog, Hope to see more post .
wow!! i heard about this before… This looks pretty amazing
Thanks for sharing this
Awesome information , Hazrat Nizamuddin is a most famous sufi in india. Whenever i am in delhi i also visit dargah sharif thanks for sharing such a nice information.