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Monday, 16 February 2009

Remembering a true Sufi: Pir Naseeruddin of Golra Sharif

Pir Naseeruddin of Golra Sharif passes away

Observer Report

Islamabad—Sajjada Nasheen of Golra Sharif Pir Syed Naseeruddin Nasir died of heart attack in Islamabad Friday. He was fifty-nine years of age.

Naseeruddin Gilani was true Ashaq-e-Rasool, spiritual leader, religious scholar and seven language poet.He was author of eleven books on different subjects of Islam. He was also Chief Editor of the monthly Taloo-e-Mehr.

Pir Naseeruddin had devoted his entire life to the cause of Islam and preaching. He delivered hundreds of lecturers on various issues and subjects relating to the religion and these are available in audio and video formats.

His book on Persian Rubae is included in the syllabus of Tehran University. He was also an active leader of Tehrek-e-Khatam-e-Nabuwwat and always emphasized the need for Muslim unity and harmony among different sects. He also made active contribution for enforcement of Sharia, propagation of Islam and elimination of terrorism.

He was a scholar, spiritual poet and author of almost 36 books on Islam, Quran and Holy Prophet (PBUH) including ‘Lafz-e Allah ki Tahqiq’, ‘Quran Majid key Aadab-e Tilawat’, ‘Mawazna-e Ilm-o Karamat’, ‘Kia Iblees Alim Tha’, ‘Pakistan men Zalzala ki Tabah Karian’, and ‘Musalmano k Arooj-o Zawal k Asbaab’. His devotees and followers used to visit shrine of Golra Sharif throughout the year and their number surged suddenly during the days of annual Urs of his ancestors.

Salaam by Pir Nasiruddin Nasir

1 comment:

mystic said...

khuda rehmat kunad een ashiqaan-e-pak-teenat ra

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