Devotees pay obeisance at Roza Sharief in Aishmuqam
Jammu, Apr 8: On the occasion of Urs Sharief of Khawaja Zain-u-Din Wali (RA) at Aishmuqam in Islamabad district lakhs of devotees thronged the revered shrine to pay obeisance to the sufi saint.
People from all parts of Kashmir and Kishtwar area of Jammu had assembled in large number to pay obeisance to the saint who during his lifetime meditated at Aishmuqam.
The Urs Sharief was marked with Zikre-e-Qadmain and Zikre-e-Charagan. The people of all the areas illuminate wooden torches to remember the occasion when Hazrat Zain-u-Din Wali (RA) defeated forces of evil and darkness.
Vice Chairman Waqaf Board M Y Qadri, Director Information Kh. Renzushah, President of Intizamia Dr. AR Khadim, Sajada Nisheen Makhdoom Sahib, Shahid Jeelani, President Tujar Sharief Intizamia, Jinab Shah Sahib and renowned Ulema, intellectuals and devotees participated in the spiritual procession of Zikre-e-Qadmain and Zikre-e-Charagan.
Deputy Commissioner Islamabad Kifayat Rizvi personally monitored the arrangements of Urs Sharief. This year arrangements made by Auqaf by construction of ablution places, bathrooms and other arrangements have also received appreciation.
Meanwhile, the Markaz-i-Noor organised a conference on Zain-u-Din Wali (RA at Alsarwat School, Islamabad.
Prominent among those who participated in the conference included District Development Commissioner Islamabad Kifayat Rizvi, Director Information, Khawaja Farooq Renzushah, Deputy Inspector General of Police Islamabad. Shafqat Watali, Head Markazi Noor, Sheikh-ul-Alam Chair, Kashmir University, Bashar Bashir,
Speaking on the occasion, Kh. Renzushah called for propagating the teachings of sufi saints to restore the past glory of the valley called. “Kashmir Valley is centre of Sufism and abode for seekers of mental peace and solace. It is a Ideal place for meditation and prayers,” he said.
Teachings of sufi saints are relevant even in the preset day materialistic world to relieve the people of mental stress,” he added.
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