Delhi-the center of multicultural India-boasts of the preservation of Sufi culture at Nizamuddin Auliya Dargah

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The Ardent Union

Appreciate the luxuries of life, live life as though you might be dead or for that matter paralysed in the next moment. Life doesn’t give second chances always. And when it does it is not necessary that you’ll catch them like a rolling stone, they might just bounce over your head and land onto someone else’s shoulder. The mysticism that thrives in Nizamuddin Auliya is a product of the voices that echo in the Dargah, the tears that roll down the cheeks of those who find themselves to be neglected by God himself, the Sajda, the Qayaam, the Ruku, the Salaam that calms the soul and places the “Shagird” or “disciples” on a pedestal from where he can delve deep in the glories of the Almighty Allah, a union only one can dream of, in mere translucency.

“If He bars every passage, don’t loose hope! He is about to show you a secret way that nobody

knows.” This is one of the most enthralling quotes by the very famous Sufi poet Mevlana Rumi.

Sufism; as mystic as this form of worship is, it has been safeguarded in an equally mystical

manner of Samah, being the magically beautiful aura that is created by the Sufis and Qawwals

worldwide.

Delhi being the centre of multicultural India boasts of the preservation of Sufi culture at the

Nizamuddin Auliya dargah. Where the rest of the world seems concerned about fulfilling ritualistic

practices the Sufis of Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya Dargah are soulfully committed to the idea of

realising the universal power in the form of God. When asked about the “speculated Mysticism” of

the Dargah, a local Qawwal who often participates in the Samah said ” Nizamuddin Dargah is not

only a place to worship, it holds those fragments of “Rooh” or “soul ” that normally are unnoticed

by the people in the worldly life. When I come here to sing, all of my body rejoices with the

bounties of God, I mean not everyone has the luxury of breakfast ” says Idris Beigh while he

strums his iktara to gell with the ongoing hym ” Auliya Ke Khwaja “.

Appreciate the luxuries of life, live life as though you might be dead or for that matter paralysed in

the next moment. Life doesn’t give second chances always. And when it does it is not necessary

that you’ll catch them like a rolling stone, they might just bounce over your head and land onto

someone else’s shoulder. The mysticism that thrives in Nizamuddin Auliya is a product of the

voices that echo in the Dargah, the tears that roll down the cheeks of those who find themselves

to be neglected by God himself, the Sajda, the Qayaam, the Ruku, the Salaam that calms the soul

and places the “Shagird” or “disciples” on a pedestal from where he can delve deep in the glories

of the Almighty Allah, a union only one can dream of, in mere translucency.

Source: http://seraphicsolace.blogspot.in/2016/06/the-ardent-union.html

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