By: Adeel Alvi
SUKKUR: Sindh is the land of saints and religious leaders where peace, love, and brotherhood are found. Allama Mian Ghulam Muhammad Mahesar was a great man and a great historian with the symbol of knowledge and consciousness. The services of can not be forgotten, in this day and age we need to follow the philosophy and principles given by these elders. In Kamal Dero area of Khairpur, the 85th anniversary of the famous saint, scholar, mystic, knowledgeable friend, literary personality Allama Mian Ghulam Muhammad Mahesar was celebrated with great devotion and respect. Commissioner Sukkur, Larkana Division Shafiq Ahmad Mahesar inaugurated the Urs Mubarak by laying a chador on the shrine and thanking all the participants including Urs guests, writers, poets, writers and Sughars, presented Sindhi cultural gifts and hats. On this occasion, DIG Fida Hussain Mastoi, DC Khairpur Ahmad Ali Qureshi, DC Kashmore Munawar Ali Mithani, SSP Khairpur Amir Masood Magsi, Taj, Joyo, Niaz Panhwar, Mukhtiar Malik, Amar Iqbal, Prof. Altaf Athim, Ayaz Gul, Mumtaz Bukhari, Chairman Sindh Language Authority Hyderabad, Dr Muhammad Ali Manjhi, Amarnoshad and other writers participated in large numbers. Addressing the main function, the speakers said that Allama Mian Ghulam Muhammad Mahisar was a mystic of knowledge and today even high ranking officials are expressing their love with the same knowledge and friendliness. The speakers further said that we have to stay away from hatred in the light of the services and message given by these religious leaders. He said that it was the duty of all of us to spread the message of Allama Ghulam Muhammad Mahesar. Earlier, Allama Mian Ghulam Muhammad Mahesar souvenir was unveiled and certificates of appreciation were distributed among various personalities. A literary conference was also organized on the occasion of Urs Mubarak, which was chaired by Dr Muhammad Ali Manjhi, Chairman, Sindhi Language Authority, Hyderabad. He said that Mian Ghulam Muhammad Mahesar is like a beacon for all humanity from which we should benefit.