Nizamuddin Dargah Maulvi Says Women Should Not Go To Dargahs As The Dead Can See Women Naked








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Amidst the rising movements of wanting to overthrow the rigid and ages-old rituals of religious places, a new issue has crept up which hits all other superstitious beliefs out of the ballpark.

The famous Nizamuddin Dargah in Delhi does not allow women inside the shrine, although they are allowed to pray, kneel, and kiss outside the wall of the Dargah.

Why is this? Because a Maulvi says that women should not enter the Dargah because the dead can see them naked.


Syed Kalim Nizami, who shares his ancestry with Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya, says that this tradition has been going on for more than 700 years and he sees no reason why it should be questioned now. Speaking of the women who were finally allowed inside the Shani Shingnapur temple, he says:
“Asking ‘why’ for everything creates controversy. In this day and age of digital media, everyone wants to rake up controversy. What did those women who entered the Shani Shingnapur temple achieve except being in the news for a few days?”
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Apparently, there is no universal Muslim rule similar to the one Nizami states, because women are happily allowed inside the shrine of the Ajmer Sharif Dargah.


There is a huge gap in logic here, as the miscommunication is obvious between Nizami and Alhaj Syed Nayeemuddin Niazi, who is a Khadim at the Ajmer Sharif. Commenting on the absence of any restrictions on women inside the Dargah, Niazi said, “Throughout their lifetimes, the Sufi saints used to interact with women and heal them. Why can they not do so after death?”

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For many years, the practice of leaving women out of religious institutions has been rampant, and many believe that it stems from the inherent misogynistic views of men in those religions and their insecurities about the “weaker sex” gaining power and equality.


Under Article 26 of the Constitution of India, people are granted full rights and freedom of managing their own religious affairs. What many fail to notice is that the freedom comes with certain conditions which have to be fulfilled for it to uphold, namely, public order, morality, and health. Supreme Court lawyer Dr. Saif Mahmood believes that leaving women out of religious places, practices, and worship areas is ‘immoral,’ a belief shared by a large number of citizens in the country. And the numbers rise every day.
The above practice and the illogical excuse given in its defense only goes on to prove that superstition and blind faith have always failed in front of science and reasoning, and the modern day woman, and man, demand the latter if they are going to be opposed from exercising their rights and freedoms.
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