The clinic is in the centre of New Delhi. The area is known as Gayaspur indicating its existence since Ghayasuddin Bulban time. The area is also marked by the boundary wall of the fort build during Bulban period and opposite Humayum Tomb’s. The residence comprises of mixed culture and religions living peacefully since century. Present name comes after the Sufi Saint Hazrat Nizamuddin Aulia, who lived outside the fort. During his life time he welcomed everyone to his place without any distinction.
Due to the influence of Hazrat Nizamuddin Aulyia’s teaching and practice all major public places are know after this Sufi Saint—like Railway Station, Post Office, Police Station. During the period of Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya the people use to say they are going to visit Hazrat Nizamuddin Saheb. Gradually the actual name subsided and the area became know after the name of Hazrat Nizamuddin Aulyia.
He would help them with advice at the time of distress. Basti Hazrat Nizamuddin has been a blessing for the destitute and
wandering people. Nobody goes to sleep here without a meal even today. To find a place to live is difficult but food is available for those around the Dargah and Basti. There are visitors who would like to feed the needy and poor. Numbers of eating places are here who would like to hand out food on making payment by those who wish to feed.
As mentioned above wandering people of the Basti Hazrat Nizamuddin are always in need of medical help. Minor ailments like road accident, fever, cold and cough, diarrhoea are looked after in day to day practice.
On long term basis the clinic provide services to people suffering form Pneumonia, Bronchitis,Goitre, Irritable bowel syndrome, immune disorders, long term effect of injury, Bone disorder and Neurological problem. Some do come to our clinic for help. We, in the clinic, have a standing practice, never to refuse medical assistance to the extent that we can provide, this may include sending them to hospital for specific treatment or providing free medical assisstance. As a practice we see patients as first come first basis.