when was this roza built?

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monginis
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when was this roza built?

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Unread post by monginis » Sun Mar 30, 2014 6:28 am

Bismillah...

I have been to banglore few times in 2005, but never heard about any roza there, when is this roza built and who is this shehzadi madfoon in there?

Bangalore ma Shahzadi Saheb na roza ma Karbala na barkati patthar lagawa ma aaya

27th Jumadil Awwal, 1435
Location: Karnataka, India, Bangalore, Batul Bensaheba Mazaar
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who is this guy in none bohra outfit?

mazoon who served dawat for 50 years is not allowed to visit raudat tahera? and who are all this new guys getting involve?
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monginis
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Re: when was this roza built?

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Unread post by monginis » Sun Mar 30, 2014 6:40 am

as usual there is no clear information provided on kothari website.
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subcon111
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Re: when was this roza built?

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Unread post by subcon111 » Sun Mar 30, 2014 9:25 am

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Shehzadi Batul bs who passed away in Bangalore in 2011. Daughter of 52nd Dai.

Saeed al Khair
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Re: when was this roza built?

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Unread post by Saeed al Khair » Sun Mar 30, 2014 10:48 am

The mass conversion of the Ismaili Bohras of Gujrat was unquestioned following of their Raj Guru and Maha Pruhit, who was fully inspired by the teaching of the Dai al Bilaagh, Syedna Abdullah. The history is recorded in Peli Mendi of Syedi Shaikh Adam Safiyuddin. History shows us that preaching of Ismaili mission was continued in underground. The hostile atmosphere never allowed early Ismaili preachers to spread Islamic teachings openly among the newly converted followers. Afterwards, the successors Walis of Hind never took this issue seriously. In such circumstances influence of Hindu Mythology remain continued among the Bohras.

In Arabia, prior to the dawn of Islam, every town had their own god which was finally fixed inside the Kabah. All those idols were crushed by the order of Muhammed (SAWW) by Ali stand on his shoulders on the day of conquest of Makkah. Likewise in India Bohras built in every town or village some graves high and paid them respect. It is amazing that in India they Ziyarat regularly those graves too which are unknown, as who is buried and what is his contribution. Such offspring of Hindu community, whose leadership of today is forcing them to adopt more Hindu ideology do you expect spirit of Islam.

This new source of earning Mazar in Bangalore is grave of Batul daughter of Syedna Burhanuddin(wife of Yunus, mother of Mehlam and Abde Munaf). A new Puja place for Bohras with Gulla for the income of Qasre Aali.

trvoice
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Re: when was this roza built?

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Unread post by trvoice » Sun Mar 30, 2014 1:17 pm

Well I dont know how or when this roza was made but its for daughter of 52nd Dai SMB. Now the right question would be, what stops mumineen with financial means to built roza for their family. This practice was common in old ages where families would stay together even after demise in same roza or an enclosed place.

monginis
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Re: when was this roza built?

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Unread post by monginis » Sun Mar 30, 2014 4:28 pm

trvoice wrote:Well I dont know how or when this roza was made but its for daughter of 52nd Dai SMB. Now the right question would be, what stops mumineen with financial means to built roza for their family. This practice was common in old ages where families would stay together even after demise in same roza or an enclosed place.
yes that is correct, who was this batul bensahab? and why roza for her? what was so special about her life?

ghulam muhammed
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Re: when was this roza built?

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Unread post by ghulam muhammed » Sun Mar 30, 2014 4:57 pm

A thread which is relevant to the topic in discussion :-

viewtopic.php?f=1&t=6844&p=93594&hilit= ... aab#p93594

Bohra spring
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Re: when was this roza built?

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Unread post by Bohra spring » Sun Mar 30, 2014 11:55 pm

I am really against these children of Diai expecting to be treated as royalty or expecting elevated services

and I mean whether they are SMB SMS or SKQ

What a it with us just because the leader has so many offspring and have genetic connection they are suddenly special ?

Why are normal members being denied positions in the dawat . We hear this zada is head if some scheme
.
One reform is get the children's cousins and uncle aunts grand children out of oeadership and get them to reapply for positions

This family affair is annoying especially when they are not doing voluntarily

These Saheb e dawat expect fees and service

Akhtiar Wahid
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Re: when was this roza built?

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Unread post by Akhtiar Wahid » Mon Mar 31, 2014 3:21 am

Bohra spring wrote:I am really against these children of Diai expecting to be treated as royalty or expecting elevated services

and I mean whether they are SMB SMS or SKQ

What a it with us just because the leader has so many offspring and have genetic connection they are suddenly special ?

Why are normal members being denied positions in the dawat . We hear this zada is head if some scheme
.
One reform is get the children's cousins and uncle aunts grand children out of oeadership and get them to reapply for positions

This family affair is annoying especially when they are not doing voluntarily

These Saheb e dawat expect fees and service
Brother, the problem is that this generation of the extended family of SMB(RA) thinks that we deserve this shaan and shauqat as we are privileged and are born in this royal prestigious family. They think they are monarchs and we the common people. It is their ideology since their childhood. They cannot change even if they get their backside rubbed on the hot burning coals of fire.