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Khwaja Muinuddin Chisti, Indian Sufi Saint
Khwaja Muinuddin Chisti was one of the greatest Sufi Saints of India. He is responsible for having brought the Chisti order of Sufism to India in the middle of the 12th century AD. Ajmer e Sharif, which is the shrine of this great saint, is an important site of pilgrimage of the Muslims all over the world. His compassion for the poor and needy earned him the name of `Garib Nawaz.`

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