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Hazrat Pir-o-Murshid Inayat Khan’s 96th Urs
3rd–5th February 2023, Delhi, India

On this most sacred day, we celebrate the life and legacy of our teacher, Hazrat Pir-o-Murshid Inayat Khan. While there will be celebrations in person and online around the world, this year we are highlighting activities at Murshid’s dargah, 3rd–5th February 2023 in Delhi, India. Please see below for details shared by the dargah. 

HAZRAT PIR-O-MURSHID SUFI INAYAT KHAN (Baroda, 5th July 1882–Delhi, 5th February 1927) was a mystic and a musician who was sought after by the great courts of India. In Hyderabad he received bayat from Shaikh Syed Abu Hashim Madani of the Chishtia lineage, and in 1910, heeding the prophetic advice of his Murshid, he sailed with his brothers to the West. There, traveling through America and Europe, he spent the rest of his life spreading the universal message of love for the Divine ideal, service to one’s fellowman, and respect for the unity of religious ideals. In 1926 he returned to India and passed away in Tilak Lodge, Delhi, on  5th February 1927.

THE DARGAH OF HAZRAT SUFI INAYAT KHAN is offered as a place of prayer and meditation for all people, without regard to religion, creed, gender, caste, class, nation or race.

DARGAH HAZRAT PIR-O-MURSHID SUFI INAYAT KHAN, 129 Basti Hazrat Nizamuddin, New Delhi 110013

Please see here for the full schedule of activities.

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Feb 03 - 05 2023


All Day

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: Feb 03 - 05 2023
  • Time: All Day




New Delhi, India


Language: English


  • Pir Zia Inayat Khan
    Pir Zia Inayat Khan

    Pir Zia Inayat Khan, PhD, is a scholar of religion and teacher of Sufism in the universalist Sufi lineage of his grandfather, Hazrat Inayat Khan. Pir Zia is president of the Inayatiyya and founder of Sulūk Academy, a school of Sufi contemplative study and practice. He is the author of Immortality: A Traveler’s Guide; Mingled Waters: Sufism and the Mystical Unity of Religions; Saracen Chivalry: Counsels on Valor, Generosity and the Mystical Quest; and the editor and compiler of Dream Flowers: The Collected Works of Noor Inayat Khan, for which he also wrote the critical introduction. Pir Zia divides his time between Richmond, Virginia and Suresnes, France.