The tomb dates to Lodhi era and almost certainly belonged to a Lodhi noble who may not have played any significant role in shaping Delhi. The Tomb stands on a raised platform and the structure is crowned with a high dome.
However as per Archaeological department no information is available on Bijri Khan.
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Anything that you learn becomes your wealth, a wealth that cannot be taken away from you; whether you learn it in a school or thru bad or good experiences of life. To learn something new is a timeless pleasure and a valuable treasure.
The wealth of a soul is measured by how much it can feel. Grateful souls focus on the happiness and abundance present in their lives and this in turn attracts more abundance and joy towards them.
Dhanteras is the first day of Diwali or deepavali Festival as celebrated in India. The festival is basically known as “Dhanatrayodashi” where the word Dhana means wealth and Trayodashi means 13th day of the month as per Hindu calendar. On Dhanteras Hindus consider it auspicious to purchase gold or silver articles or at least one or two new utensils. It is believed that new “Dhan” or some form of precious metal is a sign of good luck.
Hindus also worship Lord Kuber as the treasurer of wealth and bestower of riches, along with Goddess Lakshmi on Dhanteras. This custom of worshiping Lakshmi and Kuber together is in prospect of doubling the benefits of such prayers.
Lighting diyas on Dhanteras
This day is also known as “Dhanvantari Trayodashi”. Dhanvantari is an avatar of Vishnu in Hinduism. He appears in the Vedas and Puranas as the physician of the Gods (Devas), and the God of Ayurveda. People pray to Dhanvantari seeking his blessings for sound health for themselves and/or others, especially on Dhanteras. Dhanvantari emerged from the Ocean of Milk and appeared with the pot of nectar during the story of the Samudra as stated in Bhagavata Purana. It is also believed that Dhanvantari promulgated the practise of Ayurveda.
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