Bismillah ar Rehman ir Rahim



HAZRAT KHWAJA MOINUDDIN HASSAN CHISHTY, better known as KHWAJA GHARIB NAWAZ, is an exponent of spiritual values, which give new dimensions to human life. He had a vision and a design for a beautiful pattern of life, pulsating with the rhythm of life.

 Had KHWAJA GHARIB NAWAZ been living now, he would not have liked so many of us living in misery and abject spiritual poverty. He would not have liked the modern self-centered life of ease, comfort and luxury. He would not have liked the invidious distinctions of caste, creed, color, religion and region. 

He would have disapproved of the mad race of money and more money.
He would not have liked to see contentment occupying a back seat.
He would have condemned the greed and avarice, leading to premature spiritual death of so many people.
He would not have liked hatred, exercising a pernicious influence in our so-called advanced society.
He would have been sorry to see the mutual rivalry, mutual recriminations and mutual distrust influencing the man of today.
He would not have liked to see the hungry not being fed, the thirsty not being given water, and the helpless not being helped.
He would not have been pleased to see constancy, patience, perseverance and politeness being treated as things of the past and as having out-lived their utility.
He would have been unequivocally condemned untouchables, class-war, groupies, exploitation, ignoble norms, mores and customs, affection adversely the moral fiber of society.
He would have been sorry to see the people, not observing the sublime conventions of life, which are no other than service, sacrifice and sharing.
He would not have liked us to be so absorbed, engrossed and engaged in futile pursuits, which tantamount to eat, drink and be merry.
He would not have liked to see corruption, favoritism, nepotism, bribery, false evidence, smuggling and evasion of taxes, being so rampant every where.
It would have been a little painful for him to see class-war, sectional animosities and group rivalries, leading to the disintegration of society.
If we really want to be benefited from the teachings of KHWAJA GHARIB NAWAZ, let us then, rise and explore our seats, and carve out for ourselves a career, which may remind us of the oft forgotten spiritual horizons, which constitute the corner-stone of what KHWAJA GHARIB NAWAZ stood for. 
Therein lies bliss and peace, and there is also, the perennial fountain of joy and happiness. Its every drop serves as a balm of life. To drink the water of the fountain of bliss, which KHWAJA GHARIB NAWAZ provides, is indeed to get the Elixir of life.
The teachings and the life, as lived by KHWAJA GHARIB NAWAZ, should inspire every individual, to whatever class, community or country, he may belong.
Their safety and security await us. 

And, there love, mutual-help, mutual-respect and sympathy extend welcome to us.

KHWAJA GHARIB NAWAZ, by his untiring efforts, made it possible for an individual to secure liberation from social tyranny. His teachings and his preaching constitute a mile stone in the long and arduous journey towards reformation and renaissance. 
In a tottering civilization, he realized the need of a different set-up. This led him to strengthen the democratic foundations by giving them social solidarity.
He gave the gift of the soul, which is, in itself, a great and lasting contribution to human happiness.

Let us, then, choose in all humility and with all sincerity, the path, shown to us by HAZRAT KHWAJA MOINUDDIN CHISTHY.