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From pillars to Sufi post

| Jigyasu Joshi Starting from a Shiv temple and ending at the footsteps of Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya, the narrow lanes of the Nizamuddin basti have lot of tales to tell. By Jigyasu Joshi Standing in front of the resting place of Ghalib, Rashid ... New Delhi Pioneer, 1 month ago

Qawwalis and kebabs to remember Sufi saint

New Delhi: The five-day festival of Urs at Nizamuddin Basti started on Sunday with a bang. The 713th edition of the festival, which celebrates the life of 14th century Sufi saint Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya, is besieged every year by visitors from ...
 Times of India3 days ago
Daily Bhaskar

Have A Thing for Sufi Music? Catch Qawwals Nizami Bandhus Performing Live In Delhi

A lot of times what meets the eye are just the super stars on screen. But what about the talent that adds a magic to their performance? We are here talking about singers who add soul to the song sequences in the films. We are here talking about ...
 Daily Bhaskar1 month ago
India Today

Illegal construction threatens 14th century Nizamuddin Dargah and Baoli

When Mail Today visited the site on Tuesday, earth removing work was on in full force with excavators and labourers employed. Also, green and red sheets had been put up to hide it from the public view. The baoli is in the Nizamuddin Dargah, ...
 India Today2 months ago
Online Nigeria News

Illegal building under construction in heritage area threatens Nizamuddin holy well

In a brazen violation of laws governing historical sites in Delhi, a new building is being constructed next to the 14th century Nizamuddin Dargah and baoli, with a 15-feet deep basement being dug up. The 60-65 square yard construction site stands ...
 Online Nigeria News2 months ago

Jahan-e-Khusrau to return to Capital after two years

New Delhi, Jan 18 (PTI) World Sufi Music Festival, Jahan-e-Khusrau, founded by filmaker and cultural aficionado Muzaffar Ali will return after a two-year hiatus to the Capital. The festival, scheduled to begin on March 24 is dedicated to the patron ...
 Press Trust of India19 hours ago 13th edition of Jahan-e-Khusrau to commence on March 24  ProKerala.com1 day ago

In Your City: New Delhi

The week of qawwalis Ranbir Kapoor. Rockstar. Kun Faya Kun. This particular actor and his 2011 movie and its chartbuster song, a qawwali, are what many think of when the Sufi shrine of Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya in Delhi is mentioned. It is here that ...
 Livemint.com5 days ago

In the footsteps of the saint

Yeshu, Allah aur Krishna, kaun bhagwan hai apna… mala pe mala japna, maal ko andar karna . These irreverent lines are from a Swarthama song. For those who are into indie music, one needs no introduction to Swarthama; for the uninitiated, it's a ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

New calendar puts spotlight on Delhi's age-old baolis

Seeking to bring attention to centuries-old baolis in the city and celebrate their architectural and cultural legacy, Delhi Assembly and heritage activists have joined hands to bring out a thematic calendar. Seeking to bring attention to ...
 Indian Express2 weeks ago

Of Baba Farid and Guru Nanak Ji

Shaikh Farid (1173-1265), the great Sufi mystic and teacher, the first recorded poet in the Punjabi language was born in the month of Ramadan in the year 1173AD/569 AH at a place near Multan called Kotheval. His father Shaikh Jamaluddin Sulaiman ...
 ARY News.tv2 weeks ago
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