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Ladies are allowed inside
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Ladies are allowed inside

Mumbai's Haji Ali may soon have to let women in. The Nizamuddin dargah does not, but there are Sufi spaces in the Capital that do Ladies are not allowed inside. This notice on a yellow board hangs outside the burial chamber of Sufi saint Hazrat ... Livemint.com, 3 weeks ago
Thank You, HAJI ALI! Speaking Tree, 3 weeks ago

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North Eastern Tribune, 5 months ago

Nizamuddin Baoli

The Nizamuddin baoli has now been renovated under the aegis of the Aga Khan Trust for Art and Culture. More than 40 ft of slush and mud has been scooped out of it and the houses that had come up all around demolished with a view to rebuilding them ...
 The Statesman3 weeks ago

A history of neglect behind, this baoli looks to the future

New Delhi: The baoli at Nizamuddin is significant for more than one reason. The water of this 14th-century step-well, an ASI-protected monument, is considered sacred because it was built during the lifetime of Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya. But in the ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Muslim spiritual heads discuss Kashmir situation with Rajnath Singh

[India], Sept.26 (ANI):A delegation of heads of eminent Khanqahs and Dargahs led by the Chief of the Ajmer Sharif have appealed to people in the Kashmir Valley to keep calm and peace there and help the government to return normalcy in the state. Calling on ...
 Sify4 days ago

Keep the faith

There is no gender difference in Sufism for as Dr Javad Nurbakhsh writes in his book Sufi Women; "women who seriously set foot on the path towards reality are in exactly the same position as men who do so." He goes on to say, "Since in the ocean ...
 India Today3 weeks ago
Hindu Business Line

Quiz: Saints and sinners

1 Starting with a question on Mother Teresa. She was widely regarded as Albanian, but if you were to visit her birthplace today, which country would you be visiting? 2 She was born in the first century AD and first married to Philip the Tetrarch ...
 Hindu Business Line4 weeks ago

Before it is too late…

The Khawaja Moinuddin Urdu, Arabi, Farsi University, Lucknow acquainted young minds with the essence of literature and mysticism. Underscoring the value of Sufism in the modern world, a recent seminar acquainted young minds with the importance of ...
 The Hindu4 weeks ago

Mystical Sufi Muslim Music v. Rock, Pop And Bollywood

DELHI — On a humid Thursday evening in historic Old Delhi, dozens of devotees gather at the shrine of the 12th century Muslim saint Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya. A group of traditional mystic singers prepare for tonight's performance. Around them ...
 Worldcrunch2 months ago
San Francisco Chronicle.com

Finding respite from noise of New Delhi

India's capital, New Delhi, is the hub of the country — a huge, sprawling metropolis that sometimes intimidates visitors with its frenetic activity and teeming bazaars. But allow yourself to slow down and include some of the city's nooks and ...
 San Francisco Chronicle2 months ago

Should India be involved?

By Ranjit Gupta In the context of conflicts raging across West Asia, a region of vital importance to India, many in India's strategic community and media have criticized India's utterly passive hands off attitude. Suggestions have been made that ...
 Ceylon Today2 months ago
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