Srinagar/UNI: Chairman Kashmir Society and former bureaucrat Khawja Farooq Renzushah emphasized the need to revive the 700 years of composite culture which had shaped the Kashmir as a proud civilization of world.
Speaking after presenting a research paper at a National Seminar on “ Reshi-Sufi traditions of Kashmir” organised by Markaz-e-Noor of Hazzrat Sheikh-ul=Aalam chair, Kashmir University (KU) Renzushah said all religious streams may join and merge in unified “Spiritual Tasawuf”.
The research paper is on Sufiyat, entitled Tareeqat, Haqeeqat, and Moerifat, he said.
In his Research paper, Renzushah emphasised that 700 years of composite culture which had shaped our Kashmir as a proud Civilization of world, need to be revived.
All religious streams which believe in peace and love need not to adopt confrontational paths but converge their thoughts in unified Spiritual Tasawuf.
The technical session was held immediately after the conclusion of the Valedictory function of The National Seminar inaugurated by Lt Governor Union Territory Manoj Sharma on Thursday. In Markaz Noor Auditorium of KU, Research scholar of Central Asian Studies, Prof Afaq Aziz presented a historical description of the last five thousand years of Kashmir in the Technical session of the National Seminar.
Shad Ramzan, Jenab khaki Sahib, Haji Younis Chief Mutwali Aala of the holy shrine of Sheikh ul Aalam also addressed the Technical session of the National seminar. Renzushah through his Research presentation highlighted the importance of love, peace, and brotherhood in Sufi ideology.
He said hate streams have destroyed the composite culture of Kashmir.
He expressed his thanks to Lt Governor for understanding the importance of the Kashmiri language by making public announcements in his valedictory address that the administration will play a vital role in enriching the Kashmiri language.
The observation of Lt Governor that steps will be taken to repair all damages caused to Sufi culture in Kashmir since decades because of administrative apathy during the last several decades. Renzushah said the commitment made by Lt Governor that Markaz Noor will not face any dearth of funds to publish literature and verses of all Sufi personalities of Kashmir belonging to the last several decades is encouraging for the majority of people of Aitqaad.
He hoped that now it is possible that literature of Sufiyat of the last 700 years will be translated in several languages so that people all around the globe come to know the importance of such Saints who always lit the light of love. It is necessary to consolidate and strengthen pillars of love and end the era of hate. The technical session of this historical seminar will further continue in various phases.
Kashmir society international and Markaz Noor which have already signed Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) will hold another National seminar in the second week of November. Renzushah appreciated UT administration for agreeing to the suggestion of Writers and intellectuals of Kashmir to make Shergari as the abode of the Sufi cultural Centre.