Devotees reach Sehwan to commemorate Lal Shahbaz Qalandar?s urs
HYDERABAD: Hundreds of tourists reached Sehwan Sharif to commemorate the 766th dying anniversary of Sufi saint Lal Shahbaz Qalandar.
The dying anniversary can be seen over 3 days, beginning Saturday.
The guests come ready to stick within the town during the urs, with some renting properties from locals whilst others lift tents with them for his or her sojourn.
That is the second one such tournament in Sehwan after fatal explosion on the shrine, which claimed just about 100 lives and injured many others on February 16, 2017. The sufferers have been acting dhamaal, a ritual be devotees, when an explosion ripped during the shrine.
The shrine was once closed for guests following the incident, however job at the premises restored after a while. Final yr too the Sufi saint’s dying anniversary was once seen within the town.
Lal Shahbaz’s urs (dying anniversary commemoration) is held at Sehwan at the 18 of Shaaban, 8th month of the Muslim calendar. Greater than part one million pilgrims from in every single place Pakistan flock to town. On every morning of the three-day dinner party, Sehwan is full of pilgrims and devotees who sing and delight in trance-like dance from early morning until night time. Folks singers (mandali) from other areas of the rustic also are a part of the development every yr.
The shrine of Sufi saint Lal Shahbaz Qalandar welcomes all without reference to their faith. Lal Shahbaz Qalandar or ‘Laal Saeen’, as identified to his fans, preached peace and tolerance.
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