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Qawwals won hearts on Urs

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14th October, 2021 18:00 IST

The Urs of Hazrat Syed Muhabbat Shah Baba, a symbol of Hindu-Muslim unity, began at the Adarsh Inter College ground in the town. A large number of Hindu and Muslim believers reached and offered chadar and wished for the fulfillment of their vows. For a long time the crowd of devotees remained at the dargah. In the qawwali program held on this occasion, the qawwals from Agra said, 'Aye Mere Khwaja Tu Humko Jaan Se Bhi Pyaara Hai'. Along with this, he won the hearts of everyone by presenting many qawwalis.

Rajesh Kumar Porwal, President of Achhalda Nagar Panchayat, started the two-day Urs by cutting the lace. He said that this Urs is a symbol of Hindu Muslim unity. The people of both the communities come to the dargah and offer a chadar to Baba and seek a vow to solve their problems. No one goes disappointed with the Dargah. If this kind of harmony is everywhere in the society, then there will never be any place for bitterness. Qawwal Imran Taj, who came from Agra, presented Kalam in the qawwali program organized after the chadarposhi at the dargah. Naeem Shawari, who came from Badaun, won the hearts of the people with his brilliant qawwali performance. Araqueen Committee President Suleman Khan, Mustakim, Nasruddin, Ikrar, Mukesh Gupta, Mahesh, Kaushal, Firoz Khan, Zaheer Khan, Jameel Khan etc. were present.

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