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Amir Khusrau He was the most loved disciple of his master. ” He also said that whoever comes to visit his grave must visit the grave of Amir Khusrau first and then his. He died within a few months of his master’s death. He was buried at the feet of his master. His shrine is in Nizamuddin Dargah, New Delhi. Aqi Seraj He was given the title of Ainah-e-Hind (Mirror of India) by Nizamuddin Auliya’ and lived with him for along time. He was amongst the earliest disciples of Nizamuddin Auliya’, who sent him to West Bengal.
Six months after that event, he died on Friday 29th Ziq’ad 725AH/1325. His death is not a death in the literal sense of the world for, he would always remain one of the very few unforgettable legends of literature. This book contains the fundamental and basic information of subject and the selection of contents makes it an appropriate book for the students. Qawwali and Khusrau 1. Biography of Amir Khusrau Ab’ul Hasan Yamin al-Din Khusrau, better known as Amir Khusrau (or Khusrau) Dehlawi was an Indian musician, scholar and poet.
He also learnt horse riding and received training in martial arts. The famous Sufi saint Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya was his spiritual mentor. Major Work Amir Khusrau is often acknowledged for creating Khayal of north Indian classical music known as Hindustani. He modified raga Dhrupad and added Persian tunes and beats to it. He created Qawali on the likes of bhajans. These poems later were developed into Hindi and Urdu. Probably Khayal originated from Qawalis that he created on the lines of Bhajans.