Renzushah pays tributes to saints

SRINAGAR: While paying rich tributes to Hazrat Bulbul Shah and Hazrat Sader ud Din Rinchin Shah, at their holy shrines at Bulbul Lanker existing together as Epitome of Aitqaad peer Mureed relationship, intellectuals, Ulmas highlighted their contribution. 

The Kashmir Society chairman Khawaja Farooq Renzushah said both these historical and Spiritual personalities changed the course of ideology in Kashmir during their lifetimes and shaped our society as epitome of Love and brotherhood.

He said it was they who gave ideology of love and humanity as well as Vision of establishing Shar-i- Khas which is not limited to down town area but to entire Srinagar.

He said that in 1321 when Hazrat Bulbul Shah arrived to Srinagar it was all dark phase as Dulcha of Mongolia had plundered entire Kashmir. It is Hazrat Bulbul Shah (R.A) and Hazrat Sader ud din Rinchin shah (R.A) who saved Kashmir from terror and led them to Aitqaad, love, brotherhood and development. 

All master plans of Srinagar start with its preamble acknowledging vision of both these Great personalities for laying foundation of Shar i Khas Srinagar which got extended from time to time.

On this occasion Syed Ayub renowned Sufi writers of Shar i Khas Peerzada, Farooq Ibn i Guldoon, Mufti Mudasir, Mushtaq-Ul-Haq, Yaseen Kirmani, Manzoor Ahmad, Abdul Rahman Shah, Basharat Zaz, Zahoor Ahmad, Moulvi Wajahat Indrabi, Moulana Gh. Hassan Raheemi and hundreds of other learned scholars of Kashmir society were present who highlighted contribution of these two Spiritual and Historical personalities in detail.

The books of Farooq Ibni Guldoon were presented on this occasion. Syed Fareedi of Verinag also presented the latest position of Verinag spring which has emerged from Verinag to feed Shar I-i-Khas during Bulbul Shah time and present ecological crises of this spring due to uncontrolled cutting of hillocks guarding spring of Jhelum at Verinag. (KNS)

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