Bhitai Shah Jo Risalo is the name of the compiled verses of Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai. Many scholars and linguists have published Shah Jo Risalo with their own compilations, hence its many editions are available. No single edition is believed to be the authentic, but the oldest manuscript of Shah Jo Risalo is believed to contain all the authentic verses of Bhitai.It is believed that Shah's.
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Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai (R.A), Bhit Shah, Pakistan. 4.3K likes. Shah Jo Risalo is one of the Sindh's great literature book which it self is a folk wisdom and University.Shab Abdul Latif Bhittai (Summary) Faizan Bhatti 7:39 PM. Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai, the great saint, poet and philosopher was born in 1689 in small village “Hala Haveli” District Hyderabad. He was son of Syed Habib Shah. Shah Latif’s ancestors migrated from Hirat to Sindh during the days of Tamer Lane and made it their home. Shah Latif started composing poetry when he was only a boy. He.Shah Latif’s Poetry: An Alternative Source to Study the History of Sindh Aman Memon Samina Aman Abstract Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai (1689-1752), the poet par excellence of the Sindhi language and literature lived for 63 years during the last decade of the seventeenth century and the first five decades of the eighteenth century. This was a turbulent period in the history of Sindh and the Indian.
Shah Abdul Latif University is located in the heartland of Upper Sindh, i.e, Khairpur, a former state that joined Pakistan in 1955. The main campus is located near National Highway and is easily reachable by air, railway and bus services. The Sukkur Airport is one of the busiest airports of Upper Sindh, is on half an hour drive and Khairpur Railway Station is 5 Kilometers away from the main.Read More
HYDERABAD: All the arrangements have been finalised to celebrate 274th three-day annual Urs of great Sufi, saint and poet Hazrat Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai at Bhitshah Town today (November 4).Read More
Sindh’s greatest Sufi poet and mystic Hazrat Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai was born in 1689 into a well-respected family of Sindh. He was never attracted to comfort, rejected the luxuries of family and ho.Read More
The 273rd urs celebrations of Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai kicked off on Monday evening and are currently underway. Syed Waqar Hussain Shah, the 12th Sajjada Nashin of the shrine, hosted the first.Read More
HYDERABAD: With conspicuous fervour of devotees and flavours of the sufi event, the 274th urs celebration of Hazrat Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai commenced in Bhit Shah, Matiari district on Saturday.Read More
Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai was born in the House of Shah Habib ( his father) on 18 November 1689 in the village of Hala Haveli, a few miles to the east of the present town of Bhit Shah (named after him). Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai was raised during the golden age of Sindhi culture. His first teacher was Akhund Noor Muhammad Bhatti, although he was largely self-educated. Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai was.Read More
Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai is great, and his poetry reflects grandeur of deep thinking. Today’s world needs to be revisited with the eyes of these saintly men so that solutions for issues are found.Read More
HYDERABAD, Jan 31 Writers and intellectuals have stressed the need for translating the poetry of Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai in different languages of the world to spread his message of love and peace.Read More
Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai was born sometime around 1689 A.D. (1102 A.H.) at a small village called Bhainpur near Khatian. More properly, his birthplace was Hala Haveli (a cluster of houses to the Southeast of Bhainpur, not very far from it), of Taluka Hala in Hyderabad district of Sindh. He died, at the age of sixty three, on 14th Safar 1165 Hijra, that is, 1752 A.D. To commemorate his memory.Read More
Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai is one of the great Sufi poets and intellectuals of South Asia. He is a notable enlightened humanist, who firmly believed in the metaphysics of the unity of being and turned the socio-psychological implications of this metaphysics into subjects of his impressive poetry. His voice repeats the echo of the ancient Indus Valley Civilization and is the expression of the same.Read More