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Words of a devotee: Miracles of great walis


I appear naive to argue with people of divine knowledge but I saw a shrine ruling the hearts of millions.  I am not here to justify personification on Islam. I am here to take you on a journey to explore the secrets of reaching Allah Ta’ala.

Immortality is not about living always. It is about living in the hearts of fellowmen till the end of time. I found out this divine secret at the shrine of Hazrat Khawaja Moinuddin Chishty (R.A.)

Your first step into his shrine is the first step towards Allah Ta’ala. You can feel the mystical within from that first step. It is like Khawaja Sahib (R.A.) is seeing in your Soul and you have only one deepest desire to see his Dome. The white dome! The wise dome! This feeling is like falling in love with something for the first time. The shrine stands for peace, salvation, tranquillity, solitude and a reflection of one’s soul. It’s the point where one’s soul purifies and leave worldly pleasures behind. A person would confine all the sorrows, pains and happiness to their dearest friend Hazrat Moinuddin Chishty (R.A.) and in return they would get a confidence, (not a promise but a firm belief) and faith.  It is like you have brought an old tattered cloth and get a new one in exchange which is as pure and untouched as a new born child.

Everyone say great Walis have shown miracles. The greatest miracle of Gharib Nawaz (R.A) was that he migrated not only to a different land but made his way into the hearts of people who spoke different languages and followed different Faiths. He showed humanity, and still people in this world people overlook humanity. Being human is the greatest miracle of the world now. It is very easy to love your own but very difficult to love all and be loved by all. From more than 800 years, Khawaja Sahib (R.A) is embracing the love and enlightening the souls. The souls like me are guided by the divine Chishty lamp which will kindle till the end of time.

Whenever I go to Ajmer I find myself. It is like coming home after a long battle. You’ll get Allah where “His” friends are. I sometimes think that is not what Prophet (S.A.W) taught us “Love towards All malice towards none.” Is it not what Allah says “love all and I shall love you”.

Syeda Chishty Heena Kausar