Sarim Noor Visited Hawke’s Bay Karachi.

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Hawke’s Bay Or Hawkesbay is a beach in KarachiSindhPakistan located 20km at south-west of Karachi. This beach is named after Bladen Wilmer Hawke, who owned a beach house here in 1930s. Hundreds of people visit here daily for swimming, camel and horse riding and for vacations.  This is beach is known for being a nesting ground of Green Sea Turtles that are classified Endangered by IUCN.

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Sarim Noor Visited Sunway Lagoon.

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Sunway Lagoon is the one-stop place for fun, whether you are aged 8 or 80! With over 90 attractions spread across 88 acres, Sunway Lagoon  provides the ultimate theme park experience in 6 adventure zones — Water Park, Amusement Park, Wildlife Park, Extreme Park, Scream Park & Nickelodeon Lost Lagoon– Asia’s 1st Nickelodeon Themed Land.

Once you step in, you can spend the entire day here! Explore the various dining options available at the theme park. If you need some place to sleep, just next door to the Sunway Resort Hotel & Spa. Sunway Lagoon will conduct bag checks at the entrance of the park to ensure a safe and comfortable environment for all guests. Sunway Lagoon strives to ensure that the common areas are smoke-free. For the comfort of all our guests, smoking is permitted only in designated smoking areas.

Sarim Noor Visited Mazar-e-Quaid

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(Urdu: مزار قائد‬‎), also known as the Jinnah Mausoleum or the National Mausoleum, is the final resting place of Quaid-e-Azam (“Great Leader”) Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan. Designed in a 1960s modernist style, the mausoleum also contains the tomb of his sister, Māder-e Millat (“Mother of the Nation”) Fatima Jinnah, and that of Liaquat Ali Khan, the first Prime Minister of Pakistan. The mausoleum was completed in 1970, and is an iconic symbol of Karachi. The mausoleum is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Karachi. Designed in a 1960s modernist style. The mausoleum is located in the Jamshed Quarters neighborhood of Karachi, along the northern edge of the colonial-era core. The mausoleum is surrounded by a large garden which offers a calm and tranquil environment in the large and bustling metropolis. The illuminated tomb can be seen at night from far distances.

Sarim Noor Visited Shrine of Noorani.

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(Urdu: بلاول شاہ نورانی) was a mystic saint from Balochistan. Shah Noorani (R.A) was the descendants of Ali Ibn Abi Talib. Noorani is considered to be a patron saint of Balochistan. Shah Noorani’s (R.A) shrine is popuplar in Balochistan, Pakistan after Hinglaj Mata Mandir. His shrine is located in a narrow valley between the mountains of Khuzdar District, Balochistan. Shah Noorani’s (R.A) annual Urs (death anniversary celebration), held on the 10th Ramadan – the ninth month of the Muslim lunar calendar, brings more than half a million pilgrims from all over Pakistan.

Sarim Noor Visited Data Darbar Lahore.

sarim-noor-data-darbaar-lahoreData Durbar; Urdu: داتا دربار‬‎), located in the city of Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan is the largest Sufi shrine in South Asia. It was built to house the remains of the Muslim mystic, Abul Hassan Ali Hujwiri, commonly known as Data Ganj Baksh (R.A), who is believed to have lived on the site in the 11th century CE. The site is considered to be the most sacred place in Lahore, and attracts up to one million visitors to its annual urs festival. The shrine is located near the Bhati Gate of the Walled City of Lahore. The shrine was originally established as a simple grave next to the mosque which Hujwiri had built on the outskirts of Lahore in the 11th century. By the 13th century, the belief that the spiritual powers of great Sufi saints were attached to their burial sites was widespread in the Muslim world, and so a larger shrine was built to commemorate the burial site of Hujwiri during the Mughal period. The shrine complex was expanded in the 19th century, and Hujwiri’s mosque rebuilt. The shrine came under Pakistani government control as part of the Auquf Ordinance of 1960, with the official aim of preventing shrine caretakers throughout the country from financially exploiting devotees. The shrine was greatly expanded in the 1980s under the rule of military dictator Zia ul-Haq, during which time the shrine became the largest in South Asia. Offices for NGOs, a library, madrasa, police station, carpark, and offices were all added under his regime.Designated spaces for musical performances, and new free kitchen were also added during that time. New markets have emerged around the site since its massive expansion.

Sarim Noor Visited Minhaj ul Quran Int.

sarim-noor-in-minhaj-ul-quranMinhaj-ul-Quran International a Pakistan-based international organization working to promote peace, tolerance, interfaith harmony and education, tackle extremism and terrorism, engage with young Muslims for religious moderation, promote women’s rights, development and empowerment, and provide social welfare and promotion of human rights. In order to promote and propagate true Islamic teachings and philosophy, revive Islamic sciences, and for the moral and spiritual uplift of Muslim Umma, dissatisfied with the existing religious institutions and organizations and their narrow-minded approach, Dr Qadri founded Minhaj-ul-Quran in 1980. Headquarters of MQI are situated in Lahore. Vigorously pursuing its well-defined objectives and spreading its comprehensive and all-encompassing sphere of activity, including welfare, education, promotion of love culture and spiritual uplift all over the world, it is probably one of the largest non-political, non-sectarian non-governmental organizations in the world. Since its establishment on 17th October 1980, it has rapidly grown and, within less than 30 years, its organizational network has expanded to more than 90 countries worldwide. Minhaj-ul-Quran is unmatchable for its rapid growth and no contemporary religious or political organization or movement has spread worldwide in such a short span of time.

Sarim Noor Visited Gosha e Durood.

sarim noor in gosha durood minhaj ul quranFor the first time in history a full time institution has been setup where anybody can apply to sit for reciting Salat and Salam on the beloved Prophet Muhammad (SWS) a unique way to promote the love for the beloved and to increase spiritually. That blessed place will have people reciting Durood Sharif and reciting the Holy Qur’an non stop on daily basis, 24 hours a day, every week, every month and it will continue inshah allah forever. A group of 8 people will be sitting in the blessed area to take part in the unique spiritual retreat for at least 10 days or however they wish to. The 8 people will be replaced by another 8 people who will recite at night. The participants will be fasting and will stay in Wudu all the time. Food will be provided by Minhaj-ul-Quran. Monthly, over 50 million greetings and salutations will be presented to the beloved Prophet (sws) along with 30 Qur’ans. The official opening ceremony of Gosha-e-Durood was held at the hands of Shaykh-ul-Islam on 3rd December 2005 after monthly spiritual programme, shab e bedari, at Jamy e Masjid Minhaj ul Quran. Gosha-e-Durood was launched at the headquarters of Minhaj-ul-Quran International on 1st December. The office of Shaykh-ul-Islam at the headquarters temporarily serving the purpose. The aim of the Gosha-e-Durood is to send blessings to the Holy Prophet SAW continually 24/7/365. The first group consists of 18 persons arrived at the headquarters on 30th September. Next day, people began sending greetings and salutations on the Holy Prophet (SAW) collectively. We Appeal to all members of Minhaj ul Quran International to recite salutations on the Holy Prophet (SAW) at least 100 times a day. Thus the total number of greetings and salutations would amount to 50 million every month.