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Pilgrims living outside dargah face disease threat
Times of India

Pilgrims living outside dargah face disease threat

New Delhi: Thousands of pilgrims from outside the city have set up tents outside the Nizamuddin Dargah. At a time when dengue and chikungunya have attained epidemic proportions, the serious health hazards posed by these unregulated settlements can't ... Times of India, 3 weeks ago

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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.com1 month ago Haji Ali Dargah case: After Court's order will Muslim clerics now allow women to enter the shrine?  India.com1 month ago Court says women may enter iconic Mumbai shrine  DAWN Group2 months ago Thank You, HAJI ALI!  Speaking Tree1 month ago

Officials, staff and students from the Ministry of Tourism's institutions undertaking symbolic cleaning at Nizamuddin Dargah, to observe cleanliness related theme based fortnight (Pakhwada) from 16th to 30th September, in New Delhi on September 20, 2016.

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 Press Information Bureau1 month ago

Delhi dargahs in no mood to follow suit

At the Nizamuddin dargah complex, women are only allowed to circumambulate the narrow passage that runs around the shrine of the saint; they can't enter the room that houses the grave.
 DNA2 months ago
Siasat Daily

Dargah heads meet Rajnath Singh to discuss Kashmir issue

NEW DELHI: A delegation of heads of dargahs led by the chief of Ajmer Sharif on Monday appealed to the people in the Kashmir Valley to remain calm, observe peace and help the government in bringing normalcy. The delegation, which met Home Minister ...
 Times of India4 weeks ago Muslim spiritual heads meet Home Minister  Press Trust of India1 month ago Muslim spiritual heads discuss Kashmir situation with Rajnath Singh  Yahoo! India1 month ago Eminent Muslim spiritual heads call on the Union Home Minister  Press Information Bureau1 month ago
The Hindu

Lack of water, toilets greet pilgrims at Delhi stop

People travelling to Moinuddin Chishti's shrine at Ajmer have been halting at Nizamuddin duringtheirjourney for years Overflowing sewers, heaps of garbage spilling out on the roads and insufficient toilets and drinking water facilities greet ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago
Indian Express

Enroute to Ajmer dargah, pilgrims from the east make Delhi pavement their home for a day

Saimun Khatun, a Madhesi Muslim from Nepal's Dhanusa district, said she paid Rs 7,000 for a seat on a bus to make the annual journey to Ajmer-e-Sharif to commemorate Sufi saint Fariduddin Masud Ganjshakar's death anniversary. Near a pavement at ...
 Indian Express3 weeks ago

One day in the life of a Sufi

Some anecdotes relating to Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya. Terror and violence have become central to contemporary political discussion on Islam, as is the case with narratives of medieval Islamic conquests. By contrast, visits to Sufi dargahs or tombs ...
 Sunday Guardian Live3 weeks ago
India Today

Kashmir unrest: Sufi clerics meet Rajnath Singh, propose to take out Aman Yatra

The proposed group for the Aman Yatra comprises clerics from Dargah Ajmer Sharif, Bareilly Sharif of Haji Ali in Mumbai and Hazrat Nizamuddin in New Delhi, among others.
 India Today1 month ago Muslim clerics slam Pakistan and separatists, to conduct Aman Yatra in Kashmir  India Today1 month 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 India2 months ago
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