A walk through the immaculately manicured gardens and environs of Dargah e Hkeemi gives one sense of peace and spiritual tranquillity.
Had recently been blessed to visit Burhanpur with family.
My grandson Moiz aged 14 years has tried to capture the essence and beauty in this video.
Moula Moula Mufaddal Moula
"Bhen Zehrabai Kalolwala (Bhuribai as lovingly called by her family members) a native of Godhra suffers a severe stroke on 9th July at around 3.30 in the afternoon,
and is immediately rushed to Dr.Mazahir Mithiborwala hospital.
Another severe stroke at around 8.30 renders our Bhuribai completely paralysed, and she is put on life support system, and the Doctor advices that family members may be called,
and only a miracle can save her, and in the morning the life support system may be removed, as there is no point continuing.
An arz is made in Hazarat Aaliyah Imamiyah by a relative in Karachi. Aqa Moula hears the arz and farmayu 'savare su kam, life support raat ma hatavi do'
After taking an undertaking from a close relative, that it is they who are responsible (a normal medical procedure) life support is disconnected.
Come morning, a slight body movement is noticeable and by afternoon Bhuribai starts talking, by evening starts walking and recollecting, and asks the nurse, where are her gold bangles!!
Please reflect, this is no spiritual persona, just an ordinary mumina having faith. The doa mubaraka of Haq na Dai reaches her and brings her back to life,
and in the process our aqida is nourished.
An eye opener for all those who are relying more on the medical experts prognosis, than on their own faith and DEEN.
As narrated by Bhai Mohammad Rangoonwala ( M - 09051315152 )