Dubai, India (PRWEB) March 8, 2005
Many Indian Hindu devotees have experienced miracles at the tomb-shrine of a Sufi saint, Hazrat Nasir Mohammed R.A. at Jalalani Sharif in Sindh, Pakistan (details at http://www.sufijalalani.com).
Over 20,000 devotees will throng at the annual URS or festivities of the revered saint, Hazrat Sainji Nasir Mohammed Saheb Fakir Sufi al Qadiri R.A., on April 6, 2005 for three days of intensive day and all-night meditation, prayers, devotional songs and music.
Hazrat Nasir lived up to 125 years and passed away in Karachi on the 16th of December 1960. His shrine-tomb is at Jalalani Sharif, and is visited by thousands of Indian Hindus, thus contributing to bridging the gap between traditional rivals- India and Pakistan.
The Saint is known to have performed many miracles without any publicity or fanfare. He used to love to solve the problems of his devotees in a secret manner. But His spiritual power was so great that even the most difficult and insurmountable problems of His devotees used to get solved automatically by just praying to Him. Even now His tomb is a great pilgrimage center, and His devotees continue to experience miracles continuously. Devotees with incurable dreaded diseases such as cancer, etc. seem to have been cured or given an extension of life-span. Those with financial problems have had their woes eased just by praying to Hazrat Nasir.
The Saint had a simple method of initiating His devotees. They were empowered to take NAAM- that is the Name of the GOD-with every in-coming and out-going breathe. By doing so, Hazrat Nasir said that we will be erasing all the sins of our past lives too, and the mirror of our heart will become so clean that we will be able to see the real radiant form of GOD in our own heart--that is self-realization of the highest order.
After that, a human being gets the ultimate salvation and he can experience Heavenly bliss eternally- in this world and in the world beyond.
For more information, please visit http://www.sufijalalani.com
P.O. Box 45679
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