- Sindhi(سنڌي) Zindagi Jo Safar by Abdul Ghafoor Bhurgri
زندگيءَ جو سفر
Free download or read online Sindhi poetry book Zindagi Jo Safar written by Abdul Ghafoor Bhurgri.Zindagi Jo Safar is in Sindhi language, a book is on Taṣawwuf through a poetry of Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai, Maulana Jalal ad-Din Muhammad Rumi & Allama Muhammad Iqbal.Published by Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai Chair, University of Karachi.Abdul Ghafoor Bhurgri (January 1921 - ten Gregorian calendar month 2015), was associate degree eminent attorney, author & politician from Larkana Asian country.Abdul Ghafoor Bhurgri was born on the first of Gregorian calendar month 1921, in Village Ghulam Nabi Bhurgri, taluka Shahdadkot. His father Abdul Jalil Bhurgri, was Government worker & associate degree raiser. Early years of his life were spent here and this is often wherever he started his educational journey from.Abdul Ghafoor Bhurgri received primary education in Shahdadkot and did his matric from Madrassah highschool, Larkana. when graduating from C & S faculty, Shikarpur, related to with metropolis University, then he joined the Aligarh Muslim University.He did his Bachelor of Laws & Masters within the Persian language from Aligarh Muslim University throughout his keep there from 1942 to 1946.After finishing his education from Aligarh, he joined law in 1947, for his initial amount in law he additionally applied criminal cases however subsequently he amused his practice just for civil cases, until his death he remained within the profession Bhurgri was well revered senior attorney, for his work. caller of tribunal Bar Association doubly, before its elections in 1995-96 and 1996–97 and unopposed President of the District Bar Association in 1989 His students enclosed Former justice of Asian country genus Rana Bhagwandas,Former Law Secretary Parkash Lal, Muhammad Bachal tunio, Abdul Hamid Bhurgri (additional advocate general Larkano), Imdad Ali Mashori, Ausaf Ali Bhurgri and a lot of. He died in the early morning (Namaz e Fajir) of 10 February 2015 at his home in Larkana, aged 94 Spiritual leader Syed Hussain Shah Qambar Waro led his funeral prayers at Qasmia Mosque, who was his spiritual teacher (Murshid). The funeral was attended by a large number of people drawn from different walks of life.