Urs Sultan Bahoo
Sultan ul Ashiqeen Celebrated with Zeal
The Tehreek Dawat-e-Faqr (TDF) held a grand ceremony at the Khanqah Sarwari Qadri in Lahore on Sunday 30th January 2020 to commemorate the death anniversary of Sultan Bahoo (Urs Sultan Bahoo). Sultan-ul-Ashiqeen Sultan Mohammad Najib-ur-Rehman participated in this event as chief guest. Thousands of disciples and devotees from across Pakistan as well as from abroad attended this blessed gathering. Sultan ul Ashiqeen is the Patron-in-Chief and founder of TDF. He is the 31st and present Shaikh of the Sarwari Qadri order and the Universal Divine Man of the present era.
The head administrator of TDF, Malik Mohammad Naeem Abbas compered the ceremony of Urs Sultan Bahoo. To begin, he first invited Maulana Mohammad Aslam to recite few verses from the Holy Quran. Maulana Mohammad Alsam read few verses from the Holy Quran and also presented Urdu translation and exegeses of the read verses to the audience. The compere then invited Mohsin Raza Sultani on stage who read a beautiful eulogy in praise of the Holy Prophet (pbuh). Ata ul Wahab then presented a eulogy in honour of Sultan-ul-Ashiqeen.
Ceremony of Urs Sultan Bahoo
Mufti Mohammad Farooq Zia delivered keynote speech. In accordance with the occasion, he presented a comprehensive and detailed life history of Sultan Bahoo. During his address he described the spiritual grandeur of Sultan Bahoo and his tremendous efforts to revive the soul of Islam i.e. Faqr. Sultan Bahoo introduced and propagated the Qadri way in the Indian Sub-Continent as Sarwari Qadri. He left an unrivalled legacy in the form of his teachings. His authored books speak of his exalted spiritual status that is beyond one’s comprehension.
Maulana Mohammad Aslam made final supplication for the continued progress and prosperity of TDF and the attendees before closing this blessed ceremony of Urs Sultan Bahoo. Sultan-ul-Ashiqeen inducted many devotees into the Sarwari Qadri order by taking oath on his sacred hand. He also met with devotees individually. In the end, the participants enjoyed a specially prepared langar (meal).