Shaan-e-Awliya Conference held in City
Role of Sufi saints towards peace, brotherhood hailed
Srinagar, Nov 3: Underscoring the need for unity among Muslims across the globe, various scholars, Ullema and civil society activists Saturday highlighted the role of Sufi saints towards a peaceful social order, in the Shaan-e-Awliya Conference held at the SKICC.
The conference was organized by Kashmir Civil Society and Minhajul Islam in collaboration with the Tourism Department, J&K Bank and Alhumdaan Trust.
The organizers said: “Fifteen Mashaya and Sajada Nisheen of Madina and Makkah and other Arabian states were represented by Sheikh Showkat Bukhari in the conference.”
However, the participants from Pakistan, who were scheduled to participate, could not attend the conference due to delay in issuing of their Visas, the hosts said adding their message was read out during the conference.
“The international Sufi conference, besides others was attended by the descendents of Gousul Azim Syed Geelani(RA) of Zambalgam.”
Speakers highlighted the contribution of Hazrat Bulbul Shah (RA) and Hazrat Ameer Kabeer (RA) for “creating an amicable social order during their lifetime because of which Kashmir is known to the world as place of peace, knowledge and abode of love.”
Speakers also presented their research papers and delivered lectures on their research.
Those who spoke on the occasion include Mufti Aazam Bashir-ud-Din Farooqi, Chairman Minhajul Islam Molvi Mohi-Ud-Din Naqeeb Kashani, Chairman Society Kashmir Khawaja Farooq Rinzu, Molvi Mohi-Ud-Din Naqeeb, Sajad Ishbari, Prof Javaid, Dr Rehman of Ziana Sahab, Dr Mehraj-Ud-Din of Gosul Azam Trust, Molvi Ramzan, Sajada Nasheen Dastigeer Sahib (RS) shrine, Khalid Geelani, Mirwaiz Molvi Lateef Bukhari, Zulfikar Ahmad, Afaq Qadri, Naath Khan Ghamgeen and Showkat Bukhari.
The scholars emphasized for the unity of “all human beings by adopting golden path shown by Awliya-e-Kiraam.”
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