Sufi shrines in India aren’t just religious places for a particular community but people visit them round the year who come from different social and geographical backgrounds, irrespective of creed and customs. There is a mystical charm that attracts the people who sit and listen to the Sufi singers. The famous shrine of Nizamuddin Auliya or Ajmer shrine where sufi songs like chhap tilak, kun faya, dama dam mast kalandar, Khwaja mere khwaja, etc. create such a binding aura that is hard to avoid. One such shrine is located in Fatehpur Sikri, the tomb of Salim Chishti.
My two days’ Agra trip finished after visiting the tomb of Salim Chishti at Fatehpur Sikri. From there, I came back to the main city and took a bus back to ISBT Kashmiri Gate Delhi and reached there the next early morning. The trip had been fun with lots of exploration and delicious food from Agra.
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