Eid-Milad (SAW) celebrations continue
Moulana Naqeeb, Renzushah address Nishat gathering
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Feb 21: In connection with the ongoing Eid-e-Milad (SAW) celebrations, scores of devotees joined a Milad procession in Nishat area of the City outskirts. The procession was led by prominent cleric Mian Mir Mohi-ud-Din Naqeeb.
The procession started from Eidgah Darbagh Theed and culminated at Nishat. On way at Ishbar, the procession proceeded to shrine of saint Sayed Rehman Sahib (RA) were Asar prayers were offered.
The Moulana of Mirak Sahib (RA) shrine, Mian Mir Mohi-ud-Din Naqeeb led the procession. He was accompanied by Moulana Sajad Ishbari.
From Mirak Sahib shrine, the procession proceeded towards Ishbar where large number of people received them with devotion and enthusiasm, the witnesses said.
Moulana Naqeeb threw light on the importance of celebration of Eid-Milad (SAW).
From the shrine of Syed Rehman Sahib(RA), the procession finally culminated at Shalimar Chowk where scholars and intellectuals addressed the congregation.
Amongst them was senior bureaucrat Farooq RenzuShah, Director Information and Public Relations, who also happens to be chairman of Bulbul Shah Trust.
RenzuShah made concluding address to huge gathering and complimented the people for their “great enthusiastic participation in the event”.
Renzu also threw light the lives of saints of Kashmir and their contribution in the spread of Islam in the Valley.
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