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Ibne Arabi , who died in the year A. Moulana Ghousavi Shah imbibed the love of learning from his father and engrossed himself in Tasawwuf and writing books.
His Khankhah "Baith-Un-Noor" is a spiritual center for people who want to explore their soul irrespective of caste and creed. His father taught him Sulook mysticism , Sufi orders and virtues of tolerance. He is the successor of Moulana Sahvi Shah. He wrote the book "Tajalliyat-E-Rabbani" on interpretation of the Quran. This book depicts the Quranic verses through images and explains them in Urdu and English for the younger generation.
Zikr Dhikr is a sufi method in which God's name and virtues are repeated in a specific way. Moulana Ghousavi Shah says Noor light encompasses your mind, body and spirit when you practice zikr consistently with devotion. The heart-beats are transformed into spiritual beats, expelling all darkness lauding the virtues of zikr. Every Sunday many people of all ages attend zikr at his residence Khankah. Annual death ceremony is referred to as Urs in Sufi circles.
On this occasion teachings of the sufi saint are propagated whose Urs is being performed. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Moulana Ghousavi Shah. Moulana Ghousavi Shah praying Namaz with disciples at sea shore in Machilipatnam.
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