Rahe Bhander observed Romesh Shil’s disappearance ceremony

Universal Sufi Lyricist, Singer as well as a Sufi Devote Romesh Shil’s 47th Disappearance ceremony took place on April 6, 2014. Surviving Sufi Master of Rahe Bhander Sufi Order Sufi Sayed Zafor Sadek Al-Rahe Bhanderi offered flower ornaments over the Shrine as a symbol of respect along with his followers. Prominent folk lyricist & Composer Romesh Shil was a Maizbhanderi Sufi devotee, has awarded AKUSHE National Award 2002 by the Government of Peoples Republic of Bangladesh as one of the most famous Folk Composer- Singer in the South Asian Subcontinents.


On the occasion, he was along with Montajem of Rahe Bhander Kadhurkhil Dorbar Sharif Dr. Sayed Arif Hosain, Founder of Khankah-e Ujiria Hashemia Alhajj Abul Hashem Maizbhanderi, Secretary of Rahe Bhander Ashekan Porishad S. M. Bahir Ahmed Moni and Nayeb Sajjadanashin of Gomdandi Ahmadia Haque Dorbar Sayed Ahmedul Haque Alo among many others.


There a SAMA (Sufi Musicial) Mahfil lead by Sufi Sayed Zafor Sadek Al-Rahe Bhanderi took place at night. A number of Sufi Singers performed on that hour long ceremony. Concluding prayer (Akheri Munajat) for Universal Peace and Love was offered by Sayed Ahmedul Haque Alo.

The occasion has covered by many national news media and a number of Blogs:

Daily Ittefaq

Daily Purbokon
Daily Ajadi

Daily Ajker Sotto Songbad
Daily Suprovat Bangladesh

Romesh Shil on Bangla Wikipedia

Prothom Alo Blog

Rahe Bhander Information Desk- Author: S A Medu

Info & Photo: Daily Ajker Sotto Songbad & Prothom Alo Blog

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