Bareilly (UP): Urs-e-Razvi, the annual URS anniversary of Mujadid Imam Ahmed Raza Khan Qadri popularly known as Aala Hazrat who propagated the early traditions of Islam among the common Muslims of the Indian subcontinent was attended by lakhs of followers from India and abroad. This time, Urs-e-Razvi, was observed from November 3 to 5, and proved to be a grand affair as it was the 100th anniversary of the most influential Islamic scholars. Academicians and scholars gathered at Bareilly to commemorate the 100th URS celebration and presented their research on the various scholarly aspects of the great scholar.
Syed Muhammad Ameen Mian Qadri presided over the last day of the Urs which concluded with the Qul Shareef on Ala Hazrat. He appealed Muslims to adopt education and attain economic freedom with the help of Zakat. He demanded safety and security for the Muslims from the government. He was of the view that without harmony and peace no development can take place.
During the conference an English version of Kanzuliman (translation of the Holy Quran penned by Aalahazrat) was also launched by the members of Raza Academy, Mumbai who participated as a deligatory organisation during the conference, the idea of such an academic conference was equally appreciated by the delegates and chief guests namely Mawlana Hassan Raza Khan, Sajjada Nasheen of Khanqaah Aalaiya Qadriyya Barkatiya Razawiyya Nooria Tehsinia, Bareilly Shareef and Muhammad Saeed Noori, General Secretary Raza Academy, Mumbai.