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Mihr e Muneer : Urdu [P]
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Tasawwuf (Urdu)

Mihr e Muneer : Urdu [P]
Mihr e Muneer : Urdu [P]
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  • Authored by: Pir Mehr Ali Shah

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Details:  Mehr e Munir, Urdu, New,
*[A5+] Hardback - 661 pages,
Sawaneh ma Hayat -
Sayyiduna Pir Mehr Ali Shah Golarvi [d.1356h],
Published in Pakistan.




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'Mehr-e-Muneer' : The Life & Times of Hadrat Pir  Sayyad Mehr-e-Ali Shah Sahib, Rahmatullahi ta'ala 'alayhi.  


Sayyidina 'A'laHadrat' Pir Mehr Ali Shah was born in Golra Shareef, Pakistan. [b.1275 H/ 1859 CE].  He was a renowned sufi Master, a talented poet & a deeply religious scholar. He was a descendent of the Qadiriya Chishtiya Sufi orders. He lived a life based on extremely demanding sufi practices; he would fast for long periods, retreat to abandoned places for worship in seclusion and stay awake all night for remembrance & prayers. He was a beacon of light for Muslims of the sub-continent.


Pir Mehr Ali Shah, alayhir rahman's, method's of teaching and guidance was a continuation of the sufi tradition, consisting of both inner teachings for spiritual growth through a variety of methods and guidance. Some important aspects of his teaching relate to the interpretation of shari'ah, spiritual growth [via the path of tasawwuf] and quest of Muslims for  self-rule in India. Pir Mehr Ali Shah also subscribed to the doctrine of 'Wahdat ul Wajood' (unity of existence) as well as an undying love for the Beloved Messenger of Allah, Salla Allahu ta'ala 'alayhi wa Sallam









More Urdu Books.

More Golra Sharif books,
Also see Tasawwuf (Sufism),
Also see Chishtiyya.






*Dimensions : 23 x 15 x 4.5cm.











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