Pulling everyone with a strong divine attraction, Sufism has an undisputed effect on the culture of Pakistan. The word Sufism is derived from the Arabic word ṣūfī or ṣūf meaning “wool”. Somewhat Sufism in literary meaning is “to dress in wool”. That meaning also suggests the nature of Sufi as humble or modest.
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Amidst the current situation of COVID-19 when there are hopelessness and uncertainty of the future, coming across news about Pakistanis achieving great milestones makes one feel splendid and proud of their Pakistani identity.
“If you wish to know how civilized a culture, look at how they treat its women.”—Bacha Khan With this quote in mind recall Pakistan’s ranking on Global Gender Gap Index, in the year 2020; that is 151 out 153 countries on a global scale.
Pakistan has a big youth bulge. Almost 60% of the population is at the precarious stage of starting the new stage in life. Whether it’s professional development or choosing a career, young people are always at the most risk of being affected by the political, social, and economic atmosphere of the country.
Generally, conflict is perceived to be essentially a difference of opinion, which extends to intolerance and later to violence in the regions like Pakistan. Conflict and violence are not created in a vacuum; they take roots where law and order are weak, poverty and inequality, poor governance, corruption, and religious fundamentalism are present.
Call him Bhittai Sarkar, Lakhiron Latif, Bhitt Jo Shah or Bhittai Ghot, all these are the names given to Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai by his followers. The names that reflect love and respect people hold for the saint even 300 years after his death.