COLOMBO – World leader of the Naqshbandi Sufi way, Mowlana Seyedi Shaykh Mehmet Adil Rabbani, the 41st World leader of the Naqshbandi Thariqa will be visiting Sri Lanka on Wednesday November 1. He will also visit Kandy and Galle.
This is Shaykh Mehmet’s 5th tour to Sri Lanka since he was appointed as the successor to his father, His Holiness Mowlana Seyedi Sheik Nazim Al Haqqani who has visited Sri Lanka over 13 times in the past. He has played an integral part in enriching the spiritual lives of the Sufi community of Sri Lanka preaching on the teachings of peace, love and spiritual enlightenment through self-realization and Sufi practices of prayer, meditation, manners and good behavior.
Shaykh Mehmet is a direct descendant of the celebrated Sufi Mystic and Poet from Persia, Moulana Rumi as well as the famous Shaykh of the Qadiri Sufiway, Shaykh Abdul Qadir al Jailani.
Mowlana will conduct the Friday Jummah Prayers on the 3rd of November at Masjid Maqbool, W.A. Silva Mawatha, Wellawatte, Colombo 6.
Those interested in meeting Mehmet for prayers can do so at the Naqshbandi Maqam, 24, 28th Lane, Off Flower Road, Colombo 7 (The road adjoining the UAE Embassy). For further information, call Khalifa Haji Izath Nilar on 0773476806 or Inthikab Zufer on 0718448448.
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