One of the most celebrated Sufi saints, Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti lived in Ajmer - India. Born in the year 1141, Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti is a proponent of a unique Sufi order of the Chishtis and is lovingly called Gareeb Nawaaz – one who cares for, nurtures and blesses the poor. Passionate renditions are sung in his praise and worship by famed Qawwali groups and a unique style of music characterized by spiritual ecstasy has evolved in his honor. He is referred to as the generous hearted, the savior of the down trodden and imagined as a decorated, youthful, prosperous groom in varying compositions dedicated to him. It is believed that unless he wills no one can visit his shrine and millions throng every year to pay their respects and tie threads of hope as they voice their wish to their loving Khwaja. So endearing is the relationship between the believer and the Khwaja that he is called out to as ‘tu’- an address reserved for someone younger to one and with whom one has an informal relationship. He is believed to be a mentor at times and at others spoken of as one's love and at yet others as the true manifestation of the divine.