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He was a renowned person in Muslim religion. Many people come to his darga everyday. Many says that if you have any wish coming here, that must be fulfilled. Muslim has the belief.
When you come here you can buy flowers and some kind of...More
After reading the glowing review from the Lonely Planet, describing HND as both magical and mystical, myself & my partner were keen to experience it for ourselves.
First mistake- we went on a Sunday not realising that this is one of the busiest days.
.. long awaited trip to Nizamuddin dargah finally happened. We visited the dargah on Friday and most vaunted part of the visit ... to listen to qawalis was a bit disappointing. On fridays with the prayers, there is no fixed time for qawalis... in the...More
We often visit this Dargah but the new Pink line metro connectivity makes the Hazart Nizammudin Dagah more easier to reach. However Thursdays and Sundays are the "rush days" so should be avoided as the Dargah is so crowed that it becomes difficult to sit...More
This is not a review cause I am not capable or qualified enough to review Hazrat Nizamuddin Dargah. Below are my personal feelings.
You will surely bound to feel the divinity here. The serenity will keep you alive.
There is peace and love in every...More
You will feel spiritual, you will find peace of mind here. Just beware of pick pocketers in the crowd. You will also find a shopping Area just outside of Dargah, don't forget to try calling Nihari at Hotel
This is one of the most visited mausoleums not only of the city but also the country. The abode of sufi saint Nizamuddin Aulia. This is a place which see visitors coming to pay tribute to the revered saint from all walks of life ....More
Should visit ones ... whenever u plan to visit humayun ka makbara ..narrow street roads ..towards darga ...vendors will call u to keep the shoes and all and take the offerings but be careful... Head should be covered when u visit there ...shoes are not...More
Another popular upmarket residential neighbourhood of Delhi with many small parks and home to expats, Nizamuddin is most famous for the Sufi shrine, Hazrat Nizamuddin Dargah. It’s a beautiful confluence of faith, heritage and contemporary Delhi. The busy streets leading to the dargah offer a rich cultural
and culinary taste of Delhi, especially on Thursday evenings when the area comes alive with soulful Sufi music and qawwalis at the shrine. As you walk along the colourful street markets selling flowers and knick-knacks, the road ahead further leads to the majestic Humayun’s Tomb, a significant historical landmark and one of Delhi’s best attractions.
qawwali singers at Hazrat Nizamuddin Darga (8 Replies)
I would like to know if I can see live quawwali preform on another nite (other than Thurs) at Hazrat Nizamuddin Darga? Thanks for replies!
December 21, 2011|
It will be Republic Day the only Thurs that I will be in Delhi. Will there still be qawwali singers in the evening at Nizamuddin on this holiday? Thanks for replies!
Hazrat Nizamuddin Darga Thursday Nights (1 Reply)
What's the best way for a Westerner to enjoy this chaotic evening? Arrange a trusted guide?
December 23, 2016|
There are many tour companies offering Nizamuddin walks. Some offer group tours. Look up the tripadvisor review pages for tour companies and sign up for a walk. The area can be somewhat intimidating especially after dark and it's not such a great idea to venture there alone.