Which time is best for Ajmer Sharif Dargah?

Which time is best for Ajmer Sharif Dargah?

Although Ajmer is a year-round destination, the time period between October and March can be considered as the best time to visit this place.

What should I wear to Ajmer Sharif?

Visitors coming to the Ajmer dargah should be wearing loose-fitting clothes; preferably cotton, if you are coming during the summers. A headgear is of utmost importance, so make sure that you carry a handkerchief along with you at the very least. Women could carry dupatta.

Do wishes come true at Ajmer Sharif Dargah?

This is a shrine of a saint Moinudin Chisti who migrated to India and settled at Ajmer. He embraced the poor and downtrodden with an open heart. It is believed that all wishes made here with sincerity always come true. Emperor Akbar was granted a son after his visit here when all else failed.

What are the timings of Ajmer Dargah?

The visiting timings of Ajmer Sharif Dargah in winters start from 5 AM; and visitors can seek blessings of the sufi saint in dargah till 9 PM. In summers the visiting time is from 4 AM until 10 PM. For a short span of time around 3 PM the doors of Mazar E-Aqdas are closed for cleaning.

Can we go to Ajmer Dargah during periods?

Menstruation is also used as a justification to deny women entry into some Hindu temples, like Sabarimala in Kerala or Shani Shingnapur in Maharashtra. However, many Muslim dargahs, including the famous Ajmer Sharif shrine in Rajasthan, allow women equal entry into the inner sanctum.

Can girls enter dargah?

While men and transgenders are allowed inside the south Delhi shrine, women have to pray, kneel and kiss the wall behind the grave of the Sufi saint. “These three law students had come to Delhi and visited the dargah,” advocate Kamlesh Mishra, their lawyer, said.

Is it safe to visit Ajmer Dargah?

This place is very unsafe for family. Local people harassing the tourists. In other places even if people come to you, no one will touch you.

Can a girl on her period go to the mosque?

Evidences: -The hadeeth mentioned above (“The mosque is not permitted for menstruating women or anyone who is in a state of janabah (sexual impurity).”) was classed as da’eef (weak) by Shaykh al-Albaani as well as other scholars, so it is not permissible to make a ruling of fiqh based on a weak hadth.

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