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Majnu-ka-Tilla is a colony. This colony is in Delhi, India.
What is officially said to Majnu-ka-Tilla?
That is officially said to New Aruna Nagar Colony in Samyeling. This is near ISBT Kashmiri Gate.
The state is Delhi. The district is North Delhi. That Majnu-ka-Tilla was established in 1960. The historic name of this area is the hillock of Majnu. The Tilla or mound was during the reign of Sikandar Lodhi in the Delhi Sultanate.
A brief history of Majnu-ka-Tilla:
A local Iranian Sufi mystic Abdulla. The nickname of Abdulla is Majnu. The word Majnu means lost in love. Majnu met Sikh Guru. On 20 July 1505, Majnu met him in Guru Nanak Dev.
As a service in the way of God, the Majnu transport people across the river of Yamuna free of cost. The guru Ji staying here. He stayed here till the end of July due to Majnu’s devotion. In 1783, the Sikh military leader Baghel Singh Dhaliwal built the Majnu ka Tila Gurudwara to commemorate the stay. The sixth Sikh guru also stayed here. The name of the sixth guru is Guru Har Gobind. Majnu Ka Tilla area has a total of 3000–3500 homes. When the British government settled laborers.
The economy of Majnu-ka-Tilla centers around the following places:
These places are hotels, guest houses, and restaurants.
There is a market of stalls, bookshops, metalsmiths, and a beauty parlor.
The culture of Majnu-ka-Tilla preaching Tibetan Buddhism. The famous festivals are as follows:
These festivals are Saka Dewa, Losar, Birthday of the Dalai Lama. This Majnu-ka-Tilla colony had approximately 2,500 residents in 378 family groups as of 2000. This place is famous for free education. Mr. Purushottam Dass is a social activist and well-wisher of Human Development. This area has a National Highway 1. The favorite song of the drivers is Desi Chora.