Historically known as village Ghiyaspur after the name of the then Delhi Sultan Ghiyasuddin Balban, this place was later named Hazrat Nizamuddin after the arrival of Sufi Saint Hazrat Nizamuddin. The community represents a range of interesting cultures, traditions and values which are deeply rooted in its history. From the food practices to the religions and social norms that are followed, everything reflects the history of the community and its people.

The dargah is one of the most visited shrines of India and attracts thousands of followers of all religions and cultures.

Nizammudin boasts of a rich variety of non-vegetarian dishes and rightly so. We present to you a condensed list of the mouth-watering delicacies on offer: Chicken Soup, Chicken Tikka, Chicken Changezi, Paneer Tikka, Shahi Paneer, Chicken Fry, Seekh Kebab/Rolls, Beef biryani, Beef Nahar, Nali Nahari, Paya, Daal, Kofta, Sheermal, Achari Chicken, Malai Tikka, Chicken Roasted/Tandoori, Fish Tikka, Mutton Qorma, Chicken Masala, Handi Chicken, Chicken Qorma Boneless, Chicken Haryali Tikka, Chicken Reshmi Kebab, and Chiken Qalami Kebab. And the desserts: Gajar Ka Halwa, Imarti, and Gulab Jamun, all of which continue to be in demand till date. Do not leave without tasting the Paans - Meetha Special, Tobacco Special, Qimam Special and Sada Special are must-haves!