Mumbai: Charities and Prayers Mark Death Anniversary of Sufi Scholar Abdul Qadir Jilani | Bombay News
Since the restrictions induced by the pandemic did not allow for huge parades, the researchers appealed for charities as part of the commemoration of the anniversary of the death of Jilani, also known as gyarahwin shareef. Only two small town processions, one from Badi Masjid to Madanpura and the other to Ghatkopar, were taken out to mark the occasion.
âSince the pandemic has not gone away, we have told Muslims to avoid holding processions. Instead of holding processions and spending money on DJs, I called on the community to do charities like feeding the poor, paying fees for poor students whose parents have been hit hard by the lockdown. , help patients who cannot afford the treatment fees, âsaid senior cleric Maulana Moin Ashraf Qadri (Moin Mian), head of Madrassa Jamia Ashrafia Qadriya, based in Grant Road.
He added that like the anniversary of Prophet Muhamad’s Eid-e-Milad, the anniversary of the death of Abdul Qadir Jilani which was once marked by several processions, was observed with charity work. Moin Mian had called on Muslims to do charitable work as part of the Eid-e-Milad celebrations. “A man who spent hundreds of thousands of dollars to hire DJs for Eid-e-Milad in the past has spent his money to feed the poor this year on this auspicious occasion,” Moin added. Mian.
âSince government guidelines said no more than 10 people in a procession should participate, we told people not to gather in large numbers. The pandemic has not yet completely disappeared and we must cooperate with the “warriors” who are fighting Covid-19 and help stop its spread, “said the secretary general of the socio-religious organization Raza Academy, Saeed Noorie. added that most of the community members who were unable to attend the processions spent time praying and doing charity work.