Mazar E Aqdas Khwaja E Khwaajgan Syedna Moinuddin Hassan Chishti (RA)
was laid to rest in the same (Huzra Mubarak) where he had Zikr prayed
and meditated and breathed his last.
Mazar Bibi Hafiz JamalThe holy tomb of Bibi Hafiz Jamal, the daughter of Khwaja Saheb, was built by emperor Jahangir.
Begumi DalanBuilt in (1646 A. D.) on the Eastern side of the shrine by Princess Jaha'n Ara.
Aulia Masjid Built by Khan Bahadur Chaudhri Mohd. Bukhsh of Katihar in 1851 A. D. at the sacred place where Khwaja Saheb offered prayers for the first time.
Shahjahani Jama Masjid The mosque was built by Emperor Shahjahan in 1640 A. D. at the cost of about Rs. 240,000 in 14 years of continuous construction work. It represents all remarkable features of Shahjahan's sense of architectural refinements.
Hauz Queen MaryBuilt in 1911 when Queen Victoria visited the Dargah.
Langar KhanaHere the langar (dalya of wheat and barley) is distributed daily in the morning and evening.
Badi DegOn the western side of the Darwaza lies the larger vessel, which was donated by Akbar in Hijri 976 (1569 A. D.) During Urs, about 100 mann of rice is cooked in this vessel, alongwith dry fruits and condiments. The preparation is called Tabarruk and it is distributed amongst the destitute.
Small DegOffered by the emperor Jahangir in 1615 A. D. the Deg, kept on the eastern side of the Buland Darwaza is enough to cook about 29 quintals of Tabarruk.
Buland DarwazahBuilt by Sultan Mahmud Khilji in 1455 A. D, which is 85 ft. high.
Akbari Masjid According to the Ain-e-Akbari, emperor Akbar had to visit Ajmer for military purposes during 1561 to 1568 A.D. but in the year 1570, Akbar knowing the spiritual powers of Khwaja saheb, came to the Dargah and requested Khwaja saheb to fulfil his desire for a son. And as his desire was fulfilled, he got a son named Salim. Akbar came to Ajmer Dargah on foot from Agra to pay homage and to thank Khwaja saheb. The trek from Agra to Ajmer took him 15 days. Akbar had a beautiful mosque constructed in the same year. This mosque is today known as Akbari Mosque. Akbar built this mosque of red stones in 1570 A. D. Its central arch is 56 ft. high.
Shahjahani Darwazah Built by Emperor Shahjahan in 1638 A. D. It also has a Naqqarkhana on it.
Is situated between Jama Masjid and Sandali Masjid in the premises of Hazrat khwaja Muinuddin’s Dargah at Ajmer. Along the left-hand wall, in the background of the Sandali Masjid there is a small gate which leads down to the under-ground cell in which Hazrat Baba Farid remained in a chilla (secluded prayers) for 40 days in spiritual communion with the Holy Saint of Ajmer.
This gate is opened for public Ziarat (visit) on the night of the 5th of Moharram (the date of Baba farid’s death) every year when thousands of pilgrims visit the place from all over India to seek his spiritual benediction.
Mahfil KhanaOne of the more important places at the Dargah, which was built by Nawab Bashiruddaula of Hyderabad in 1899 A. D. Here Sama's ceremony is held during the Urs.
Nizam Gate The main entrance of the Dargah which was built by the Nizam of Hyderabad Mir Usman Ali Khan during 1912-15 A, D. This is 70 ft. in height. On it are placed huge drums (Naqqaras) which were offered by Emperor Akbar. This is also the place from where shehnai is played five times a day.
Masjid Sandalkhana Built by Sultan Mahmud Khilji in 1452 A. D. and later renovated by Emperors Jahangir and Aurangzeb. It has marble tiling on the floor.
Aarkat DalanBuilt by Nawab Arcot in 1810 A. D.
Dalan Hamid SahabConstructed by late Syed Abdul Hameed, one of the Syed Community member, in 1954.