Srinagar:Majlis-e-Tarheem held at the Holy City of Qom Iran over the sad demise of grandmother of Kashmiri Seminary Scholar and Founder/Editor in Chief of Wilayat Times Waseem Reza Kashmiri and rich tributes paid to departed soul.
As per reports, Majlis-e-Tarheem was organized at Qom Iran on Thursday, attended by scores of scholars and students of Kashmir, India and Iran, who extended their condolences and sympathies with the J&K based political activist Waseem Reza and also prayed for the highest place in Jannah for deceased soul.
The Majlis was started with the recitation of Holy Quran by Moulana Syed Muzaffar Madni and later elegies by Indian scholar Moulana Syed Shafi Shafi Rizvi and Seminary student Sarwar Hussain.
While delivering speech Kashmiri Scholar and author Hojatul Islam Wal Muslimeen Dr. Agha Syed Mudasir Rizvi threw light on the philosophy of death and thereby conveyed the responsibilities of a human being in this material world.
He conveyed that this worldly life, as per the teachings of Islam, is temporarily stage for acquiring and yielding everlasting and eternal life in hereafter.
Lastly the speaker concluded the Majlis with remembering the martyrs of Karbala and their sacrifices in the way of Allah for the betterment of humanity.
Agha Mudasir extended sincere condolences on behalf of all students with the bereaved family particularly with Waseem Reza who is far away from home and family and conveyed that this fraternity of seminary scholars and students of Qom are as a family and standing shoulder to shoulder in this tragedy.
Meanwhile as per the reports faculty of Howza Elmia Imam, Iranian and Indian scholars personally met and conveyed condolence to J&K based Political activist and Editor in Chief of Wilayat Times.
Moreover scores of religious, social and political leaders of Kashmir as well as media fraternoty expressed their condolences to the Waseem Reza and his family.
Syeda Begum was unwell for sometime and breathed her early morning 19 Jan. Her funeral prayers was offered around at her native graveyard in Dalgate Srinagar and Fateha Khawani was observed in Kashmir attended by different shades of life of Kashmir.