Enayetpur Darbar Sharif
Gate of the Mazar Sharif

“Behold! verily on the friends of Allah there is no fear, nor shall they grieve.”
 (Al-Quran, 10:62)

[Ala inna awliyaa Allahi la khawfun AAalayhim wala hum yahzanoona]
Al-Quran, Surah Yunus:Ayat 62
Annual Rituals
Following dates are annually observed as per Bangla calendar. Each occasion is observed with milad mahfil, zikr, faraz, sunnat and nafl prayers, fateha and khatam sharifs, etc. Zakers congregate at the Darbar Sharif to observe the following annual rites.
  • 18th  Falgoon – death anniversary of Enayetpuri in Bangla (1358 Bangla) know as 2nd URS, as it is the second biggest event at the Khanqah
  • 20th  Asar  - Enayetpuri’s first wife’s death anniversary
  • 25th  Falgoon – Enayetpuri’s 2nd wife’s death anniversary
  • 10th  Bhadra – 1st Peerjada’s (son) death anniversary
  • 30th  Ashwin – 2nd Peerjada’s death anniversary
  • 10th  Agrahawan – 4th Peerjada’s death anniversary
  • 25th Kartik – 17 Safar – Besalat of Shah Sufi Wajed Ali (Murshid of Enayetpuri)
  • 28th  Safar – Besalat (death) of Mozadded Al-Fesani Imam
(b) Rites:
The following religious rituals and rites are observed as per lunar calendar in a befitting manner at the Monastery with due religious fervour. Fateha Sharif, Khatam Sharif and all the wazîfa (practices) are necessary parts of the ways of observing the holy days along with daily 5 times prayers.
  • 12th Rabiul Awal – Milad un Nabi (birth of Prophet Muhammad s.a.w.s)
  • 11th  Rabius Sani – Fateha Yaj Dahm (birth of Hazrat Abdul Kadir Jilani)
  • 10th  Maharram – Holy Ashrua Sharif
  • 27th  Rajab – Holy Meraj Sharif (ascent of the Prophet)
  • Shaban – Lailatul Barat (Shabe Barat)
  • 27th  Ramadhan – Lailatul Qadr
  • 1st  Sawaal – Eid ul Fitr
  • 10th  Jilhajj – Eid ul Azha
(c) Annual URS Mubarak:

This is the biggest event at any monastery. Annual Urs Sharif is observed at the Enayetpur Darbar Sharif between January and February (Poush and Magh) on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Hundreds of thousands of Zakers from Bangladesh and India congregate at the Monastery to observe the death anniversary of their Pir-O-Murshid, Khwaja Enayetpuri. The 3-day long URS commences on Friday after Zumma prayer with flag hoisting, a convention followed by his Spiritual Shaikhs or Murshids, and ends on Sunday with akheri (final) Munazat (supplication) to Allah, asking for maghferat (blessings) for the departed soul and the whole world, particularly, Bangladesh. Along side all the daily wazaif, five times regular prayers as per Shariyat and supplication (Munazat) with Nafl prayers are offered during the URS.

  Upcoming Event: The next Holy Urs will be observed on January 5, 6 and 7, 2018
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