Qutbuddin Bakhtiar Kaki, New Delhi

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  • This is a must see when you visit the vibrant city of Delhi. The archaeological site is in the heart of the city and offers its visitors an unforgettable experience. The architecture is...  more »
  • Qutbuddin Bhaktiyar kaki was a Sufi saint of 13th century. The dargah is near to Qutub Minar. The dargah also houses the graves of saint's wife and wet nurse. Women are not allowed into the main...  more »
  • Dargah is near to qutub Minar metro Station. you can take Tuk tuk . takes 20 minutes to reach . Dargah is very nice , women are not allowed to go in side the Dargah but they can do prayer from window....  more »
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  • Man buried here was great but you need to be careful of the men around the grave and outside! You don’t need to buy anything or present anything to a dead person because he can’t take or accept anything. Just pray whilst there for him, yourself, others & the thieves around you ☺️
  • This place is full of blessings. Hazrat Khwaja Qutubuddin Bakhtiyar Kaaki (Rehmatullahi Alaihi) was Spiritual Successor of Khwaja Gharib Nawaz (Rehmatullahi Alaihi). A well known Sufi saint who spent his life serving the poor and needy.
  • Khwaja Muinuddin Chisti is regarded as foremost preacher of Sufism among Sufis of India. Akbar, the Mughal emperor believed that it was his blessings which lead him a son and the heir for the Mughal throne. This belief of Akbar started a trend among the people. They also started visiting to the mazarof Chisti thinking that the mazar will fulfill their ambitions by offering prayers. Since, then this have become as a tradition. Many people sings about the glory and miracles associated with the Chisti. But very few are aware of the reality. Among Hindus hardly anyone knows about the real relation between PrithviRaj Chauhan, the last Hindu ruler of our country and Khwaja Muinuddin Chisti
  • Sacred place ..... Dargaah of Hazrat Khwaza Kutubuddin Bakhtiyar Kaki the great Sufi saint and scoler of Sufi order ........ earned knowledge and learned the lessons under the guidance of Great Sufi saint Hazrat Khwaza Moinuddin Hasan Chishti Ajmeri Sanjari. The Kutub Minar was started to built by ruler Kutubuddin Aibak as the memorial of his beloved teacher and mentor Hazrat Khwaza Kutubuddin Bakhtiyar Kaki.....and was further completed by his son in law Sultan Iltutmish.
  • Shrin of one of the greatest awlia. They work for peace & unity of mankind.

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