(Last Updated on : 05/10/2019)
Muslim religiosity flowered with its soothing impact on the minds of the pilgrims, forging ahead for pilgrimage. The Dargah or final resting place for "Gharib-Nawaz", Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti , is located in Ajmer. The Khwaja or the Recluse left for the Divine's Dwelling, in 1265A.D. after a six-day prayer in solitude. This occasion is celebrated every year. The shrine is believed to be a source of wish-fulfillment for those who pray with pure hearts. It is said Emperor Akbar , pledged for Divine Grace, here.
Jama Masjid ,
a Mughal architectural testimony ,is inundated with spiritual surge. It stands in the city of Delhi, on the road, across the Red Fort.
The history of Fatehpur Sikhri
or the House of Common Worship attests it as the concretization of Akbar's aspiration to promulgate the fantastic religion, Din-i-illahi, a harmonious fusion of the basic laws of all religions, namely Hinduism, Islam, Christianity, Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism and Zoroastrianism . Akbar's Din-i-ilahi , could be hugged by anyone , irrespective of caste and creed. What Akbar aimed at was the ushering of an all-tolerant religion, which is the dream of today's world also.