J&K: Sufi Syed Noor Shah's Urs Celebrations In Kulgam; Devotees Arrive In Large Numbers
Devotees, in large numbers, are arriving at the shrine of the famous Sufi saint Hazrat Syed Noor Shah Wali Baghdadi (RA) to take part in the ongoing annual Urs Festival. Read further on Dynamite News:
Kulgam: Devotees, in large numbers, are arriving at the shrine of the famous Sufi saint Hazrat Syed Noor Shah Wali Baghdadi (RA) to take part in the ongoing annual Urs Festival which is being celebrated with religious fervour in Kulgam.
Men, Women and children paid their obeisance at the Mausoleum (Shrine) of the Sufi saint located at Kund village in South Kashmir's Kulgam district. "The main objective of Syed Noor Shah was to spread brotherhood when he had arrived in Kashmir for the first time. He preached about peace and Humanity. He emphasised spirituality and preached Islam," Noor Muhammad (Member of the shrine committee) said.
In a joint prayer, devotees prayed for peace, prosperity, unity, brotherhood and communal harmony in the Union territory and the whole country. "Everyone who is visiting the shrine returns with the blessings of peace. We will pray for peace in Kashmir, and for everyone. Devotees have turned in large numbers since Urs was not celebrated for two years due to the pandemic," Ghulam Mohd, a devotee said.
District authorities had made special arrangements for the ongoing Urs. Syed Noor Shah Saheb Wali Baghdadi (RA) was one of the great Sufi saints of Kashmir valley who spread the message of peace and prosperity among all communities. (with Agency inputs)