Introduction of Rehman Baba

Introduction of Rehman Baba

Introduction of Rehman Baba
Introduction of Rehman Baba

Introduction of Rehman Baba

Name Abdurrahman was Mohmand. You have been born in 1632 AS, a 10-year-old Khariah born in a village brave clue located on the south of five miles towards Peshawar. You were related to a branch of the puzzles of the puzzles. Your father Gram was named Abdulstar. You were a great deal of Pashto and the great poet and brave wars of Jesus Khan Khattak. You were the owner of Phoiter to be successful and childhood and were unhealthy from the world. You studied Sufism and Jurisdom from great religious scholars. You are passing through a large source of great and unclean man. You were a very big follower of Baghdad’s Abdul Qadani (RA), which you have done with great respect in your rhyme. Small, read and read, men and women all the Pashtun are very unsatisfaction. No one gets back from finding a path that does not remember any part of your poetry. Your name is looking for a lot of respect. Pathanie listens to your Mystical Word as a multiplication of each other in your daily life.

 
He was a devout and peace-loving man.  He disliked wars between different tribes and never became a part of them.  He liked to be a beggar and an asshole. Many historians believe that his father was a rich man but Rehman Baba preferred a beggar which he has also expressed in his poetry.
 
 Your poetry has a high place in Pashto poetry.  You were a great philosopher, you have tried your best to express all kinds of knowledge and philosophy in your poetry.  You are the king of Pashto mystical poetry.  Although many of your poems have been adapted to the unfavorable conditions of the time, a collection of 5,000 words of your words has been published under the name of Diwan.  It is said that there is still a tree in the shade of which you used to write poems.
 
 Your poetry is based on the teachings of humanity, peace, Islam and good morals.  After four centuries, listening to your poems, it seems as if a strange poet of today, looking at the current situation and events, is engaged in a beautiful series to guide the people religiously and secularly on the same occasion.  ۔  
 
Everyone sees themselves in your poetry, so anyone can be guided by your poetry.  Your devotees consider you the Sultan of Pashto poets.  Translations of your Word have been published in various languages, including English.
 
There is no doubt that you were a true apostle.  He was a pious man of fasting and prayers.  The famous Pashto preacher Maulana Bajlighar, who has mastered the art of understanding your poetry, narrates an incident that one day at the request of a Pakistani government minister, two Americans who were researching Rehman Baba came to me and asked me for Rehman Baba.  Inquired about the incident that took place at the time of exhumation.  You state that King Zahir Shah of Kabul sent marble gifts for the graves of Rehman Baba and Khushal Khan Khattak. 
While opening the tomb of Rehman Baba, my eyes fell on your face. You were sleeping in perfect health in spite of the passage of so long.  There was a smile on Mubarak’s face, he was surprised to touch Mubarak’s beard with his hand which was still wet with bath water.  This statement of Maulana Sahib is available on YouTube.
 
 He passed away in 1706 while teaching love, philanthropy and brotherhood.  Your mausoleum is located at Ring Road Hazar Khawani on the outskirts of Peshawar.  Every year on April 4, your Urs Mubarak is celebrated with great devotion.  In order to participate in it, your devotees from different parts of Pakistan and Afghanistan pay homage by singing and reciting your speech.
 

Rehman Baba’s Poetry Is A Message of Honesty, Love and Compassion.

The poetry of Rehman Baba, the great Pashto Sufi poet, beautifully expresses the various stages of love. Rehman Baba is the most recited in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa after the Holy Quran. The word is read with great enthusiasm. Rehman Baba was a contemporary of Khushal Khattak and the Sufi poet of Punjab, Sultan Bahoo. Rehman Baba was a Sufi poet living a solitary, isolated life and immersed in the love of the Lord. 
 
His poetry has influenced Pashto poetry from generation to generation and has had a profound effect on the words of modern Pashto poets. In the halls of the think tank, the International Reuters Forum and the WPC Academy. Fakhr-e-Zaman said that the bombers at Rehman Baba’s shrine are writing the story of Barit today. He added that Sufism is a religious obsession And can stop extremism. 
 
He concluded by saying that it is very unfortunate that while the message and words of Sufi poets of other provinces are popular in every household, Punjab is unaware of its Sufi heritage and the reason for shameful enmity of politicians, poetry officers and elites with Punjabi language. Is. Fakhr-e-Zaman announced that after the series of conferences on 14 Sufi poets from all over Pakistan ended in October, a wonderful international conference would be held in mid-November with the participation of renowned scholars and intellectuals from 30 countries. 
 
Dr. Imrana Mushtaq Mumtaz Rashid, Dr. Fakhra Ijaz also addressed the gathering. Pashto scholar Samandar Kasuri read the dissertation and recited Babaki Pashto poetry. Muhammad Jamil said that the academy would continue such seminars. In the end, Shahid Bukhari and Adil Minhas paid homage. The message and words of the Sufi poet of the provinces are popular in every home. Punjab is unaware of its Sufi heritage and the reason for this is the shameful enmity of politicians, poetry officers and elites with the Punjabi language. Fakhr-e-Zaman announced that after the series of conferences on 14 Sufi poets from all over Pakistan ended in October, a wonderful international conference would be held in mid-November with the participation of renowned scholars and intellectuals from 30 countries. 
 
Dr. Imrana Mushtaq Mumtaz Rashid, Dr. Fakhra Ijaz also addressed the gathering. Pashto scholar Samandar Kasuri read the dissertation and recited Babaki Pashto poetry. Muhammad Jamil said that the academy would continue such seminars. In the end, Shahid Bukhari and Adil Minhas paid homage. 
 
The message and words of the Sufi poet of the provinces are popular in every home. Punjab is unaware of its Sufi heritage and the reason for this is the shameful enmity of politicians, poetry officers and elites with the Punjabi language. 
 
Fakhr-e-Zaman announced that after the series of conferences on 14 Sufi poets from all over Pakistan ended in October, a wonderful international conference would be held in mid-November with the participation of renowned scholars and intellectuals from 30 countries. Dr. Imrana Mushtaq Mumtaz Rashid, Dr. Fakhra Ijaz also addressed the gathering. 
 
Pashto scholar Samandar Kasuri read the dissertation and recited Babaki’s Pashto poetry. Muhammad Jamil said that the academy would continue such seminars. In the end, Shahid Bukhari and Adil Minhas paid homage. After a series of conferences on 14 Sufi poets from all over Pakistan ended in October, a grand international conference will be held in mid-November with the participation of renowned scholars and intellectuals from 30 countries. 
 
Dr. Imrana Mushtaq, Mumtaz Rashid , Dr. Fakhra Ijaz also addressed. Pashto scholar Samandar Kasuri read the dissertation and recited Babaki Pashto poetry. Muhammad Jamil said that the academy would continue such seminars. In the end, Shahid Bukhari and Adil Minhas paid homage. After a series of conferences on 14 Sufi poets from all over Pakistan ended in October, a grand international conference will be held in mid-November with the participation of renowned scholars and intellectuals from 30 countries. Dr. Imrana Mushtaq, Mumtaz Rashid , Dr. Fakhra Ijaz also addressed. Pashto scholar Samandar Kasuri read the dissertation and recited Babaki Pashto poetry. 
 
Muhammad Jamil said that the academy would continue such seminars. In the end, Shahid Bukhari and Adil Minhas paid homage. He said that the academy would continue such seminars. In the end, Shahid Bukhari and Adil Minhas paid homage. He said that the academy would continue such seminars. In the end, Shahid Bukhari and Adil Minhas paid homage.
 
 
 

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