The annual Sandal Uroos Shariff was held at at Darga Hazarath Haleem Pasha, Haleemnagar, Bannimantap, in the city on Saturday last.
Hazarath Haleem Pasha Darga Wakf Managing Committee’s annual Sandal Uroos Shariff was celebrated under the supervision of MLA Tan-veer Sait. The Sandal Uroos Shariff commenced from the residence of Rizwan Pasha in Haleemnagar and passed through the streets of Bannimantap ‘C’ Layout, KSRTC block and reached Darga along with Fukras, horse carts, autorickshaws and thousands of people after performing fatha khani, darud salam and duwa.
Azmath Aowliya Allaha programme was also held under the chairmanship of Arif Mehkri, Chairman, Mysuru (disrict) Wakf Board Advisory Committee, Mysuru. The programme began by reciting verses of Quran read Shada Ilahi by Mohammed Kareem and Nath Shariff (phrases) read by Akbari Arabic Madries student Mohd Kaif.
Hazarath Moulana Afsar Sayeed, Khateeb Mosque Akbari, Haleemnagar, Mysuru and Arif Mehkri who spoke, emphasised the importance of education. Hazarath Haleem Pasha Khadree, Wakf Managing Committee President lmtiyaz Pasha and Joint Secretary Mohyeez Saheb honoured Mysuru (Dist) Wakf Board Chairman Arif Mehkri.
Abdul Khadar, President, Mysuru Goods Shed Lorry Association; Mumtaz Ahmed, Secretary, Mysore District Relief Committee; Shoukath Ali Khan, former President, DCC Youth Congress Committee; Irian Pasha, President, DCC Ward 46; Rafeeq Ahmed, Sajjada Nasheen, Hazarath Yakeen Sha Wali Darg; Khaiser Ahmed, co-ordinator, KPCC minority cell; Samiulla, senior accountant, Mysuru division KSRTC depot; and Masjid Akbaree Haleemnagar Khateeb Hazarath Moulana Afsar Sayeed Saheb and Imam Moulana Mohd Siddiq, Mirza Jamsheed Baig Ashrafi, S Star Shafi President, Millath Social and Welfare Charitable Trust, Bannimantap, Mysuru; Shaik Parveez, Vice Chairman, KPCC minority cell, Mysuru zone and others were honoured on the occasion.
The programme was anchored by Abdul Jabbar Saheb, former secretary, Hazarath Haleem Pasha Wakf Committee,Mysuru.
Vegetable rice and sweet (tabruk) was served to the people as part of a mass feeding programme. Thousands of devotees participated in the programme. A Quwali programme was also conducted.