Islamic Calendar

806 Urs Mubarak, Urs Festival 2018

Islamic Calendar, Islam Calendar

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806 Urs Mubarak, Urs Festival 2018

Ajmer Sharief Urs of Darbar Khwaja Garib Nawaz (R.A) Urs Chatti Sharif Date 24 / March / 2018 Urs Festival Ajmer Sharief Dargah in Rajasthan India

Every Month Urs Chhati Sharif Festival Is Celebrated Depending Upon Sighting of The Moon

Darbar Khwaja Garib Nawaz Urs date FLAG CEREMONY > 14 / March / 2018

Khawaja Garib Nawaz Darbar Urs Festival live Begins > / 19 March / 2018

Khwaja Garib Nawaz Dargah Urs JANNATI DARWAZA OPENS > 19 / March / 2018

Dargah Khawaja Ghareeb Nawaz Urs NAMAZ-E-ZUMMA > 23 / March/ 2018

Khawaja Garib Nawaz Shrine Urs CHATTI SHARIF > 24 / March / 2018

Every Month Urs Chhati Sharif Festival Is Celebrated Depending Upon Sighting of The Moon

Ajmeri Urs Annual Fathea Jannati darwaza will be closed > 24 / March / 2018

Shrine of Khwaja Garib Nawaz Urs BARA QUL DAY > 27 / March / 2018

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Contact

Moallim Gaddi Nashin of Dargah Khwaja Saheb Ajmer Shareef Rajasthan India

ajmer sharif Darbar Khwaja Sahib Fund dargah ajmer sharif Rajasthan India

Peer Baba ji Syed Sameer Chishti Shah

s/o Pir Baba ji Syed Sultan Chishti Shah

Pir Baba ji Syed Samir Chisti Shah

Gaddi Nashin Aastana-e-Aliya Khawaja Ghareeb Nawaz

111 , Faiz Manzil, Nathwan Shah, Khadim Mohalla, Dargah Sharif

Ajmer-305001 (Rajasthan.) India

Mobile No.+91 8875300786; – +91 9461130786

Mo No. +91 9351929593; – No: + 91 0145 2426590

sameerchishtyshah@gmail.com

ICICI Bank Details

Account Name Sameer Chishty Shah

Account No. 018501524429 ( ICICI Bank Ajmer Branch Code 000185 )

( Swift Code: ICICI NBBCTS )

( Micr Code 305229002 ) – ( IFSC Code: ICIC0000185 )

Address: ICICI Bank Ltd, 429/A/11, Vinod Bhawan, India Motor Circle,

Kutcheri Road, Ajmer. 305001

City : Ajmer, District : Ajmer, State : Rajasthan, India

State Bank Of India (SBI)

Account Name – Sameer Chishty Shah

Account No. 34781216485 – ( IFS Code: SBIN0007959 )

( SWIFT / BIC CODE: SBININBB372 )

DIGGI BAZAAR, AJMER RAJASTHAN , PIN – 305001

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The Deghs (Cauldrons) Booking Online Services For Ajmer Dargah Deg of details

Inside Dargah Sharif two big Deghs (pots) are installed for cooking Niaz (purely vegetarian food; cooked with rice, ghee, nuts, safron & sugar). The system of cooking food in cauldron (Degh) was first introduced by Akbar. Since then a large quantity of food of different kinds has always been cooked in Deghs generally at night, and is distributed among the people after Fajr (morning) prayers.

Tomes Coryat, who visited Ajmer, at the time of Jahangir, says that the Mughal emperor once ordered the preparation of Khichri in the Degh to be distributed among 5000 people, taking out the first on a platter with his own hands, followed by the Queen, Noor Jehan, and other ladies of the Harem. Once, Shahjahan mixed the meat of a Nilgai (one of the species of antelope) in the preparation of Degh, which he had shot during a hunting expedition. In the second half of the eighteenth century, when Ajmer came under the control of the Marathas and Rajputs, a new kind of food known as Kesaria Bhat (saffroned sweet rice) was cooked in these Deghs and that has continued to this day.

Big Degh : It was presented by Emperor Akbar, 4800 kgs of food can be cooked in it and the cost comes to about 140,000.00 Indian Rupees.

Small Degh : It was presented by Emperor Jahangir, 2400 kgs of food can be cooked in it that approximately amount to 70,000.00 Indian Rupees. N.B. : 1. All these Deghs are cooked by Zaireen (pilgrims/devotees) who can afford to cook, Bavakalat (through) respective Khadims of Khawaja Gareeb Nawaz. If anyone of you has a plan to cook Degh at any time of the year, please let me know in advance, so that I may make the necessary arrangements required, as Deghs are cooked all the year round. It can be cooked in your personal presence and also in your absence, on your behalf or any sort of Niyaz you want to cook other then Degh

Ajmer Sharif Dargah Langar LANGER (FREE DISTRIBUTION OF FOOD)

Right from the time of HUZOOR KHWAJA GHARIB NAWAZ (R.A) the Langar is cooked twice a day in the Darbar of HUZOOR KHWAJA GHARIB NAWAZ (R.A) and is distributed among the poor without any discrimination

FATHEAS

We perform monthly fathea of HAZRAT KHWAJA GHARIB NAWAZ (R.A) on every sixth of Islamic month known as Chatti Sharief beside that we also perform the fathea and urs of prophet MOHAMMED (S.A.W), and all the famous successors and predecessors of PROPHET MOHAMMED (S.A.W) and of GHARIB NAEAZ (R.A). Special function are held on eid meeladun nabi, urs of KHULFA-A-RASHIDIN and of GHAUSPAK. Shab-e-Miraje , Shaban-e-moazam etc. we welcome anybody to take part in all these pious and auspicious functions and fatheas and get benefited by heavenly reward

GILAF (VELVET CLOTH TO COVER HOLY MAZAR-E-AQDAS)

To cover the Holy Mazar a velvet cloth is required which is offered by the devotes of KHAWAJA GHARIB NAWAZ (R.A) this velvet cloth is usually 42 meters in size

We make it possible for you to participate in all the activities of Dargah Sherief these activities include Milad , Khatam-e-Quran , special monthly prayers , offering of Ghilaf , Sandalwood , Flowers and we also make arrangement for the donation of room by devotees for people visiting the holy shrine .
If you want to visit the holy Darbar of HUZOOR GARIB NAWZ (R.A) and participate in any of this activity contact me I will make free arrangement for your lodging , food and other niceties.

Note: We don’t accept zakat , sadqa, fitra. Please don’t send zakat ,sadqa or fitra money for offerings and Nazar-o-Neaz.

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Ziarat Ajmer Sharif Mazar timings Mazare Aqdas

(Ajmer Sharif Shrine India) timings:

Gates are opened Gates are closed

5 A.M. 1 A.M.

Contact

Moallim Gaddi Nashin of Dargah Khwaja Saheb Ajmer Shareef Rajasthan India

ajmer sharif Darbar Khwaja Sahib Fund dargah ajmer sharif Rajasthan India

Peer Baba ji Syed Sameer Chishti Shah

s/o Pir Baba ji Syed Sultan Chishti Shah

Pir Baba ji Syed Samir Chisti Shah

Gaddi Nashin Aastana-e-Aliya Khawaja Ghareeb Nawaz

111 , Faiz Manzil, Nathwan Shah, Khadim Mohalla, Dargah Sharif

Ajmer-305001 (Rajasthan.) India

Mobile No.+91 8875300786; – +91 9461130786

Mo No. +91 9351929593; – No: + 91 0145 2426590

sameerchishtyshah@gmail.com

ICICI Bank Details

Account Name Sameer Chishty Shah

Account No. 018501524429 ( ICICI Bank Ajmer Branch Code 000185 )

( Swift Code: ICICI NBBCTS )

( Micr Code 305229002 ) – ( IFSC Code: ICIC0000185 )

Address: ICICI Bank Ltd, 429/A/11, Vinod Bhawan, India Motor Circle,

Kutcheri Road, Ajmer. 305001

City : Ajmer, District : Ajmer, State : Rajasthan, India

State Bank Of India (SBI)

Account Name – Sameer Chishty Shah

Account No. 34781216485 – ( IFS Code: SBIN0007959 )

( SWIFT / BIC CODE: SBININBB372 )

DIGGI BAZAAR, AJMER RAJASTHAN , PIN – 305001

You can Send Nazrana Offerings (Nazar-o-Niyaz) me By Easy way

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In the name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful

Islamic Calendar, Islam Calendar

What does the Quran say about measurement of time?

[Quran – 9.36] Surely the number of months with Allah is twelve months in Allah’s ordinance since the day when He created the heavens and the earth..

[Quran – 31:29] Seest thou not that Allah merges Night into Day and he merges Day into Night; that He has subjected the sun, and the moon (to his Law), each running its course for a term appointed; and that Allah is well-acquainted with all that ye do?

[Quran – 103: 1..3] By (the Token of) Time (through the ages),- Verily Man is in loss, – Except such as have Faith, and do righteous deeds, and (join together) in the mutual teaching of Truth, and of Patience and Constancy.

How is an Islamic month determined:

Each month starts when the lunar crescent is first seen after a new moon.

Although new moons may be calculated quite precisely, the actual visibility of the crescent is difficult to predict. It depends on factors such as weather, the optical properties of the atmosphere, and the location of the observer. Therefore in some cases it may be difficult to give accurate information in advance about when a new month will start.

Furthermore, in some areas Muslims depend on a local sighting of the moon, whereas in other areas a universal sighting is accepted. (i.e. if a new crescent is seen anywhere in the world it is accepted for communities the world over). Both are valid Islamic practices, but they may lead to different starting days for the months.

How does one count years?

Years are counted since the Hijra, that is, Prophet Mohammed’s (Peace be upon him) migration to Medina, which is assumed to have taken place 16 July C.E. 622 (Julian calendar). On that date AH 1 started (AH = Anno Hegirae = year of the Hijra).

Note that although only 2002 – 622 = 1380 years have passed in the Christian calendar, 1423 years have passed in the Islamic calendar, because its year is consistently shorter (by about 11 days) than the tropical year used by the Christian calendar.

When will the Islamic calendar overtake the Gregorian calendar?

As the year in the Islamic calendar is about 11 days shorter than the year in the Christian calendar, the Islamic years are slowly gaining in on the Christian years. But it will be many years before the two coincide. The 1st day of the 5th month of C.E. 20,874 in the Gregorian calendar will also be (approximately) the 1st day of the 5th month of AH 20,874 of the Islamic calendar!

In the Holy Quran we read:

“They ask thee about the new moons. Say, These are means for measuring time for people’s affairs and for the Pilgrimage” (Holy Quran, Ch. 2 V. 190)

Islam has made use of both the lunar and solar system of measuring times. Where worship is to be performed in different parts of the day the solar system of reckoning time is used as in the five daily Prayers or for the beginning and breaking of the fast, and where worship is to be completed within a particular month or part thereof, the lunar system is used, as in the determination of the month or part thereof, the lunar system is used, as in the determination of the month of fasting or fixing the time of Hajj or other festivals.

To calculate conversions from one calendar year to the other the following formula is used:

G = H – ( (3 * H) / 100 ) + 622

H = G + ( ( G – 622) / 32 ) – 622

Where G = Gregorian year (AD)

H = Hijra year (AH)

Thus 2000 AD is 1421 AH

Islamic calendar consists of twelve lunar months. Each month may be of 29 or 30 days depending on the sighting of the new moon.

An lunar year has, on average, 355 days. This is 10 days less than the solar year. Hence an Islamic year is moved ahead 10 days each year in solar calendar year.

Following are the names of the Islamic months:

(1) Muharram ul Haram (2) Safar (3) Rabi-ul-Awwal (4) Rab-ul-Akhir (5) Jamadi-ul-Awwal (6) Jamadi-ul-Akhir (7) Rajab (8) Sha’aban (9) Ramadhan (10) Shawwal (11) Dhul Qadah (12) Dhul Hijja

The Holy Quran states:
“The number of months with Allah has been twelve months by Allah’s ordinance since the day He created the heavens and the earth. Of these four are known as sacred” (Holy Quran, ch., v 36)Muharram, Rajab, Dhul Qadah and Dhul Hijja are considered to be sacred months. Fighting during these sacred months is considered to be a sin.