a youth-focused Kashmiri organisation holds a Sufi conference on the importance of revered saints in reestablishing harmony and fraternity in J-K

Sufi conference of famous Sufi saint Syed Qamar-ud-Din Bukhari RA in Jammu and Kashmirs Ganderbal was held by people from different parts of the Kashmir valley . The annual Urs of Syed Qamar-ud-Din Bukhari has a historical background and was postponed due to a vehement opposition from radical Islam followers .

On Thursday, the regional-level Sufi conference of famous Sufi saint Syed Qamar-ud-Din Bukhari RA in Jammu and Kashmir's Ganderbal was held by people from different parts of the Kashmir valley.The annual Urs of Syed Qamar-ud-Din Bukhari has a historical background and was postponed due to a vehement opposition from radical Islam followers.The iconic Urs in Ganderbal stands out because they show that Sufism has deeper roots in Kashmir.The Urs at Ganderbal would draw thousands of followers who would come to pay their respects to the saints' mausoleum, including sheep meat sellers, fruit sellers, garment During all those years, we had, however, performed nightlong prayers at the shrine, and the shrine visitors averred.

During the conference, several Sufiyana music segments were performed by the Kashmiri singers of the valley, which attracted a large audience of writers, poets, writers, students, and other scholars.Sufism has gone long to unite people from Sufism must be promoted and practised in Kashmir, according to Farooq Ganderbali, president of Voice for Peace and Justice.Jammu and Kashmir has always set a example of communal amity and brotherhood, he said.We can only have a prosperous, democratic, and democratic society if Sufism is restored to its centuries-old status, he said.

Sufism's essence is selfless awareness and realization of the truth.Sufism contributes to the development of innate spiritual and intuitive abilities, according to Ganderbali.