All Relegions celebrate Janmashtami at dargah

64

Indeed, even as religion incurs significant injury on the nation, Muslims, Hindus and Sikhs commended the birthday of Lord Krishna at the dargah of Sharif Hazrat Hajib Shakarbar in a little town in Jhunjhunu region on Janmashtami, establishing the syncretic and tranquil society that existed between groups extending back to hundreds of years.
The dargah at Narhad town close Chirwa town of Jhunjhunu has been commending this happy event for more than 300 years by sorting out musical shows, “qawalis” and productions on this day.
The festivals look back to a time of the nation when artists, for example, Maulana Hasrat Mohani, Nazir Akbarabadi penned different ballads on Lord Krishna.
The festivals look back to a time of the nation when writers, for example, Maulana Hasrat Mohani, Nazir Akbarabadi penned different sonnets on Lord Krishna.
The “bhajan” made renowned by different vocalists, including Hariharan, ‘kya kahoon primary kanhiya ka balpan…’ (`What I can say in regards to Krishna’s childhood…’), was penned by Akbarabadi.
A great many Hindus accompany blossoms, coconuts and desserts to be offered at the altar. The celebrations, which proceed for three days, close on Janmashtami.
Addressing  via telephone, Usman Ali Pathan, the secretary of the dargah, said, “The 400 shops in the region of the dargah sorts out productions, move dramatizations and qawalis to stamp the introduction of Lord Krishna. From what my predecessors let me know, the custom was started by Sufi holy people to advance Hindu-Muslim fellowship.”
Individuals from numerous states, including Maharashtra, Bihar, Delhi, Haryana, West Bengal and Andhra Pradesh, visit the dargah amid the celebration. “A great many Hindus come here on Janmasthami and offer blooms, “chadar,” coconuts and desserts at the hallowed place,” he said.

Click Here For More Latest Hindi News 

NO COMMENTS