Named after an extremely renowned Sufi Saint from the 14th Century, Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya, this area holds promises of some highly insightful encounters of historical importance. Home to some enchanting medieval tombs, shrines, step-wells and mausoleums a trip here is an excellent way to explore the vibrant community life that is centered around the famous Durgah.
The durgah is famous for having kept alive the mesmerizing cultural heritage of Sufi spirituality through the magnificent works of poet Amir Khusrau. The evening Qawwali performances prove to be a rather exuberant experience for those who attend it.
About the Tour
• The Chaunsanth Khamba (64 Pillars) is the starting point of the tour
• The next stop is the Ghalbi Academy that is dedicated to the great Urdu Poet
• After a walk through a local market, you head to the durgah of Hazrat Inayat Khan
• Next we head to the Nizammudin Basti to explore the daily life of this locality
• Here, you explore Atgah Khan’s tomb built in the reign of Emperor Akbar
• Finally we visit the Nizamuddin Dargah , its mosque, historical tombs and miraculous step-well before witnessing the Qawwali performance.
Tour Duration: 2 Hours approximately.