Table of Contents

  Index
  Author
  About the Book
  Dedication
  Preface
  Foreword
  Introduction
  Prologue
  Section One: Lalleshwari (Lalded)
  Section Two: Sheikh Ul-Alam (Nund Reshi)
  Section Three: Parmanand 
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Section Two

Nund Reshi 

(1377-1442 A.D.)


Ziyarat-i-Chrar-e-Sharief

The Nund Reshi's Ziyarat at Charri-Sharief, Budgam District Kashmir, is his self-choiced place of final repose for eternal rest after his soul left his body to reside and flew in space, to find his place of honour like Lall Ded as models of global humanism.

True to the core, they are practical messengers for equality of the human race along with life in the biosphere.

Hence the Ziyarat has duly become one of the most frequented place of pilgrimage in Kashmir for all sections of people irrespective of caste, creed or religion.

Supply of photograph by courtesy of Sh. Moti Lal Saqi.

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Nund Reshi was the founder and most popular saint of the Reshi cult of Kashmir. Whereas Hindu scholars call him Sahazanand because of his Hindu ancestry, but of late Muslim theologists describe him as Noor-ud-Din Noorani or Sheikh-ul-Alam (the light of religion and the Sheikh of the world). 
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Nunda Reshi Shruiks (Translated)
1. He, who was here, is also there;
He's in possession of house everywhere
He's the Pedestrian, and He the Ruath, (old type of vehicle )
He's all in all; invincible and obscure!
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Interlogue - II
Breathe refreshing air under the shade of breezy chinars, bring down tempers, calm tension ridden, violent minds and work for peace, progress and prosperity throughout the country, Let us, in all humility, submission & BHAKTI, join together in prayer, chanting Rabindra Nath Tagore's exhortations to the Almighty. Lord of the universe.
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