Sagar releases book on Hazrat Sayed Bahudin Naqashband(RA)

Appeals to follow the teachings of the Sufis

Srinagar – Highlighting the role played by the Sufis in bringing forward the message of Islam, the Minister for Rural Development, Panchayati Raj, Law and Justice Mr. Ali Muhammad Sagar today said that their teachings are more relevant in the present days.

The Minister was speaking after releasing a book on the life and works of Hazrat Sayed Bahudin Naqashband(RA) written by Mr. Bashir Ahmad and published by the Research and Publication Wing of Naqashband Institute Jammu and Kashmir, Srinagar at an impressive function held at the Amar Singh College here today.

The function was attended by several prominent religious scholars, intellectuals and people from different walks of life.

Mr. Sagar said that the message of Sufis has become more relevant nowadays and the need of the hour is to follow the same in order to live a contended and peaceful living and co-existence. He said that Sufis have always preached the concept of mutual co-existence and adherence to the religious strictures.

While referring to the historical role of Hazrat Syed Bahudin Naqashband, the Minister said that he has by his exemplary role laid the foundation of an order which has been serving as a beacon light to the people since centuries and will also continue to guide the posterity. He also called upon the younger generation to follow the teachings of the great Islamic scholar

The author presented a paper on the life and teachings of Hazrat Syed Bahudin Naqashband whereby he gave an overview of the historical role of the great scholar in different facts of life.

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