Devotees participate in prayers at Bulbul Shah (RA) shrine
Srinagar, Nov 14: As per the old traditions of Kashmir, the Khatmaat-Muazmaat were offered from Fajr prayers at the shrine of Hazrat Bulbul Shah (RA) at Bulbul Lankar, Nawa Kadal on 7th of Zilhajj here on Sunday.
Large number of devotees participated in the prayers and the Ulemas offered their obeisance at the shrine. The contribution of Hazrat Bulbul Shah (RA) and Hazrat Amir Kabir (RA) were highlighted by the scholars and Ulemas.
The Shrine is the first Islamic Shrine of valley. On this occasion, the devotees highlighted the spiritual contribution of great saint who played vital role in reforming the society and strengthened the pillars of love and brotherhood.
Similarly, the contribution of Hazrat Amir Kabir (RA) who also arrived from Khatlan to Kashmir after 50 years of Hazrat Bulbul Shah (RA) were also highlighted as Amir Kabir (RA) also followed the same school of thought which was propagated in a high spiritual manner.
The devotees also offered prayers at the Shrine of Hazrat Saddar-u-Din (RA), the first Muslim king of Kashmir who is buried on the other side of the shrine.
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