Hazrat Nizamuddin Dargah Auliyaa is in New Delhi, across the road from the tomb of Humayun. On 'dargah' of the revered Sufi saint Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliyaa has its devotees in the Islamic world. An agreement that has emerged here, known as' Nizamuddin "for short. This temple also houses the tomb of Amir Khusrau, a famous poet and beloved disciple of the saint. Bombings plate, the sanctuary, and the area itself, seem to belong another century. The shrine was built by Muhammad Tughluq and is one of the holy places of pilgrimage in India.
Other graves located inside the compound of Hazrat Nizamuddin Dargah Auliyaa Jahan Ara Begum belong to the favorite daughter of Shah Jahan, and Mirza Ghalib. Every Thursday, you can hear qawwalis here around sunset. According to the legend of Nizamuddin, Nizamuddin Shaikh was born in Budaun in 1236. He came to Delhi with his mother and became the disciple of the famous saint Shaikh Farid Shakarganj. The rulers, such as Ala-ud-Din Muhammad Khilji and Tughluq, turned to him.
It is said that beforehand had predicted and that the city of Tughluqabad could never succeed and Ghiyath-ud-Din Tughluq, who was then in Bengal, would never see again Delhi. The prophecy came true and he died in 1325. The original tomb has been renovated many times and the present tomb was built in 1562. The area around the tomb is considered sacred. Twice a year, the festival of 'Urs' is held here to commemorate the death anniversaries of Hazrat Nizamu'd-Din Auliya and Amir Khusrau.