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“Dargah Shariff, needs attention and care.”

Dargah Shariff AJMER
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Private Day Tour: Ajmer and Pushkar from Jaipur to Udaipur
Ranked #1 of 37 things to do in Ajmer
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Owner description: PEER GADDI NASHIN DARGAH HAZRAT KHWAJA GHARIB NAWAZ SYED IMRAN CHISHTY we provide FREE Spiritual Treatment always in service of People. Taweez, Dua (Prayer) under spiritual command of Khwaja Gharib Nawaz. Chief Moallim Gaddinashin (Peer Sahab) Syed Imran Chishty is the popular name for providing Spiritual Healing Treatment under command of Hazrat Khwaja Gharib Nawaz (R.A.). We provide spiritual treatment for all kind of problems like Financial Difficulties, Mental Distress, Physical Ailments, Ancestral Problems, Ghosts, Difficulties in Business, Difficulties in Home.
Andheri,Mumbai
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“Dargah Shariff, needs attention and care.”
Reviewed March 13, 2013

While on a holiday to Ranthambore and Jaipur, we decided to take a day's excursion to Pushkar and Ajmer. Ajmer is a city founded by Prithviraj Chauhan. The city has narrow roads and has heavy traffic of all sort of vehicles.
Dargah sharrif is a religious destination visited by people of all faith. VVIPS also visit the Dargah.
But I regret to state that the place needs attention and care of authorities who manage this attraction. The area surrounding the place is overcrowded, dirty and flooded with beggars and touts. All are warned of pick-pocketers.
The only motorable approach is closed and open only to VIPs. One has to take an auto or cycle - rikshaw to reach Dargah, the route is narrow ,crowded and dirty. Hotels too are not upto the mark.
As a religious place , it has its own importance, but otherwise it should be avoided.

Visited March 2013
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“Dargah of Khwaja Garib Nawaz, the sufi saint!”
Reviewed March 8, 2013

Few tips when visiting the dargah:
1. Do not carry any handbags. Do not wear any snatch-able jewellery.
2. Carry min cash,may be Rs 500-1500 only. A basket of flowers, Incense sticks & holy threads costs between Rs 50 - 150 and a chaddar for the mazar costs between Rs 250 - 1100.
4. Engage a khadim ( available for a fee from Rs 250 - 500) who will be your guide for a visit to the dargah. Make an enquiry for a khadim at any of the shops selling baskets of flowers inside the dargah.
3. Carry a scarf or a dupatta ( for ladies) and a cap ( for men) to cover your head.
4. Early mornings and late evenings are the best times to visit.
5. You can enjoy sufi music every evening at the dargah.



Visited February 2013
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Surat, India
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“Visit we would like to forget.........”
Reviewed March 6, 2013

this place is highly commercial............the moment you are near this place... you can feel that

right from parking lot you will find that exorbitant rate are charged..............unless you have very

good govt connection....it is very difficult to have a peace full visit...........in the market every

next person pretends to be be person of dargah shariff & promises you of darshan.......even

inside..dargah shop owner offer the same ..insists you to buy chadar from their shop...&

guarantee darshan...my advice is ..dont belive them........if possible females should avoid

visit...........as the place is too crowded ...&... not safe to move around

Visited April 2012
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New Delhi, India
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“overcrowded pilgrimage”
Reviewed February 27, 2013

its really very crowded especially in the evening. if you have small kids then think again.theres lots of pushing around and honestly you dont get the oppurtunity or space to pray.cameras not allowed.

Visited March 2012
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Mumbai (Bombay), India
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“POSITIVE VIBRATIONS - YOU CAN FEEL!”
Reviewed February 25, 2013

On the way back to Mumbai from Vaishnodevi, we decided to have a holy bath in Pushkar Lake and visit the Dargah of Garib Nawaz. We landed in Ajmer by around 01:00 p.m. and engaged a taxi to visit Pushkar. On the way, we had our lunch. It was a really enriching experience to have bath in Pushkar lake where we have the one and only temple to Lord Brahma. However, one has to be careful with the punditjis who are ready to empty your pocket/purse. Initially, the guide seems so innocent that he says don't give anything more than Rs.21/-, but ultimately, they milk you in the name of offering RAJ BHOG/MEETHA BHOG / CHAWAL BHOG. However, the temple is completely different experience. Lord Brahma is unique in his only abode in this earth. From there, we visited Dargah which is at walkable distance from Ajmer station(15 minutes). Though it is too crowded for comfort, one can feel the positive vibrations as we enter the precinct, no matter which religion you belong to. Must visit place for all. And finally, don't forget to taste the Malpuvah and Son Halwa...

Visited February 2013
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