Book of Dr.Noor Amrohvi“Duayen kaam aati hain”released in America in an extraordinari unique programme

MT News Network: In an age of hate, prejudice, bias and communalism, there are some people who are working for Hindu-Muslim brotherhood and peace.

This can be seen in the famous of America, Texas’ city Dallas, where recently the book “Duayen kaam aati hain” was launched, written by a prominent personality and community leader, Dr Noor Amrohvi. The programme of book release was extremely grand, rather memorable and historic. During the programme, one of the admirers and friend of Dr. Noor Amrohvi , famous traders of diamonds, S.K. Mittal of Mittal brothers gifted an attractive bag to the audience, which contained a very precious diamond, the book of Dr. Amrohvi and Al-Noor calendar 2019. Dr.
Dr. ShamsaQureshi acknowledged the literary contribution of Dr. Amrohvi. As a token of acknowledgement she presented him a golden pen. Dr. Shamsa Qureshi also released the book with her auspicious hands. She said that not only we, but the whole city, or rather entire America is proud of Dr. Amrohvi. Dr. Noor Amrohvi is a known figure globally and for us this is a matter of honour.

One of the salient features of the programme was that a documentary was shown based on the life and works of Dr. Noor Amrohvi.

Dr. Amrohvi’s friend Dr. Aamir Suleman spoke elaborately on the poetry of Dr. Amrohvi, Dr Aamir Suleman spoke elaborately on the poetry of Dr. Noor Amrohvi. The renowned poet of humour and satire, founder of “Qalam Asasa”, Khalid Irfan appreciated him with his poetic expressions.

The programme was held at a luxurious and elegant theatre Fun Asia and it was by all means a profoundly historic event. In the sub-continent, kings and nawabs used to reward admirers of poetry with prizes and coins. But in the whole world, it had never happened that each and every participant of the event was gifted with a diamond, simply for attending the programme. The event was decorated by “Qalam Asasa” in a splendid and luxurious theatre in Dallas. Lovers of Dr. Noor Amrohvi spoke on his creation “Duaen kaam aati hain” and also talked about his personality. Noted poet of Pakistan Karamat Gardezi famous humorist of Chicago, Syed Sarwat Zoha and eminent poet of NewYork professor Hammad Khan were present in the programme.

Famous diamond merchant in America, S.K.Mittal expressed love and admired the works of Dr. Amrohvi and also presented him a precious garland of diamonds and gold.
Mr. S.k. Mittal said Dr. Amrohvi is working for the community and unity of Hindus and Muslims and his services are a blessing. He also said – “the book of Dr. Noor Amrohvi was released in the whole world and even the governor of Uttar Pradesh honoured Dr. Amrhovi. But I wanted to do something rare and unique, something worth his salt. So I decided to gift the diamonds to the audience. Even this is not worth his personality. I want that we welcome him in a standing position.” On this, the audience clapped and gave him an standing ovation.

At the event, Dr. Amrohvi’s son, Anas Noor who is 10 years old spoke in Urdu and mentioned that he owes to his father the knowledge of Urdu language. At the event, a budding poetess and T.V. anchor Ghazala Habib compered the event colourfully while famous artist Nilofer Abbasi spoke about Dr. Amrohvi precisely but elaborately.

After the release of the book, noted singer Krishna Murthy sang Ghazals of Dr. Noor Amrohvi so melodiously that the audience was spellbound. Famous personalities of Dallas, Irfan Ali,Shaukat Mohammed, famous voice of radio Shazia Khan and Talat Khan etc .presented awards to Dr. Amrohvi. It is noteworthy that not only from Dallas but the admirers of Dr. Amorhvi came from far flung areas and other cities came to attend the programme. Ahmed Shah Gazhali and Aftab Nagori also came from Houston. The audience said that Dr. Noor Amrohvi is occupying a place of honour at a young age, which is very rare. Lastly, Mittal Ji and Khalid Irfan thanked the participants for attending the programme.

M Qaisar Siddiqui is a young journalist and editor at Millat Times