Thousands attend Shah-i-Jeelan conference in Dooru Shahbad
Srinagar, Sep 15: More than 50000 devotees who have faith in Awlia-e-Kiram, Sufi saints, assembled in unprecedented number at Dooru Shahbad to attend Shah-i-Jeelan conference.
The conference was organized by Dawat-ul-Islam Dooru Shahbad and was held adjacent to the shrine of Gous-i- Pak Mehboob-i-Subhani Abdul Qadir Jeelani.
The gathering of devotees was addressed by renowned scholars, intellectuals, religious personalities, ulema and respectable citizens.
On this occasion, Syed Ghulam Muhammad Jeelani (Zamalgami) was also present. The pious gathering was addressed by Moulana Alama Khwaja Mohi-ud-Din Naqib, Moulana Alama Ghulam Rasool Hami, Syed Muhammad Shafi Andrabi, Khwaja Farooq Renzushah, Moulana Alama Mushtaq Ahmad Khan, Dr Syed Ahsan-ul-Haq, Syed Sher Ali Bodha, Member Haj Committee, Professor Ghulam Nabi Bukhari, Sadri Auqaf, and other religious luminaries and devotees of Awlia Kirams.
In the historical Shah-i-Jeelan conference, which started at early morning hours and continued for 11 hours, all the participants were of the unanimous opinion that steps are required to be taken to keep young generation away from immoral crimes, wine and drug addiction as well as gambling.
The scholars, ulema and opinion makers have to play a vital role in imbibing moral education, which has been spread by great awlia kirams and sufi saints in all nooks and corners of the valley, they opined.
The enthusiastic devotees along with all religious leaders chanted Manqabat in honour of Hazrat Shah-i-Jeelan. It was a spiritual scene of multitudes of devotees remembering one of the great religious leaders of Muslim Ummah Gous-i-Pak Mehboob-i-Subhani, who is respected and revered in all parts of the world.
The speakers in their illuminating speeches paid rich tributes to Gous-i-Pak and exhorted people to follow his pious teachings which will not only make them morally strong but enrich their spirits as well.
Lastupdate on : Thu, 15 Sep 2011 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Thu, 15 Sep 2011 18:30:00 GMT
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