The tomb of Haji Rozbih, one of the first Sufi saints to enter Delhi, is near the Fateh Burj of the Qila Rai Pithaura. It is a simple, open-air, whitewashed and plastered grave. It is believed that Haji Rozbih lived in a cave near the ditch of the fort and thanks to his teachings and persuasive gentleness, he was responsible for many conversions to Islam. Next to his grave is the grave of Bibi, believed to be a female relative of Prithviraj Chauhan who became a disciple of Haji Rozbih.
However, as per new research by Prof Catherine Asher and Cynthia Talbot, Prithviraj Chauhan never visited Delhi. So no one knows the identity of Bela.
On my initial visits in 2013-15 I had met Rahmat Miyan, the khadim, the caretaker of the dargah who spent all his time safeguarding this area, and even slept there, be it summer or winter.
Today I couldn’t see him.and hope he’s fine.
And it was fun to expire again with Asif