• Uzbekistan: Forced Labor Linked to World Bank

    The World Bank is funding half a billion dollars in agricultural projects linked to forced and child labor in Uzbekistan. Under the loan agreements, the Uzbek government is required to comply with laws prohibiting forced and child labor, and the World Bank can suspend the loans if there is credible evidence of violations. The Uzbek government forced students, teachers, medical workers, other government employees, private-sector employees, and sometimes children to harvest cotton in 2015 and 2016, as well as to weed the fields and plant cotton in the spring of 2016. The government has threatened to fire people, stop welfare payments, and suspend or expel students if they refuse to work in the cotton fields.

    published: 27 Jun 2017
  • Uzbekistan food taste test | Hello Dubai Restaurant Review Series | Wielbert Collinson

    Buzzfeed Dubai ~ Hey Expats in UAE, here's video for you. UZB Avenue - Delicious Uzbekistan Restaurant Review. On the first video in a new series from Hello Dubai called Dubai Restaurant Reviews, Mr. Wielbert learns about Uzbek cuisine by Smelling, feeling (and eating!) by check in UZB Avenue in Al Barsha 1, Dubai Near Sharaf Dg Metro Station (as he came all the way by Dubai Metro) He taste uzbek’s famous Palov, Juicy, caramel flavoured Honey Cake, Pumpkin Samosa, Chicken Samosa and Beef Noodles. UZB Avenue's Zomato link - https://goo.gl/78aWKz ~ Facebook Official Page - https://fb.me/hellodubaitv tumblr blog - http://hellodubai-me.tumblr.com/ ~ Follow the Team: Wielbert Collinson: https://goo.gl/fpyqlm Rittu Vijai: https://goo.gl/WMjWwt Muni Chawla: https://goo.gl/j4OWx1 Smith Phi...

    published: 07 Oct 2016
  • Educational trip of the students from Uzbekistan at ELC-UCTI

    The one week educational trip of the students from Uzbekistan at English Language Centre at UCTI, Malaysia. Hosted by Asia Pacific Institute of Information Technology. Presented by UCTI SPOTLIGHT. Videography and Camerawork by MU. © Copyright 2005 - 2012 APIIT Sdn Bhd. All rights reserved.

    published: 16 Mar 2012
  • Lured by a job, trapped in forced labour!

    In search of a job to support his family, a man accepts an offer from a recruiter and signs a contract for what looks like a good job with decent wages. Once at destination, the reality is very different.

    published: 02 Oct 2015
  • BOXARA UNESCO HERITAGE WITH THE MINARET THAT LURED GENGHIS

    ITS BUKHARASHAREEF HOLY CITY WITH JOB SPRING AND NAQSH BANDI SHRINE COMPLEX AND GREAT ART ; SILK AND PEOPLE THAT REALLY MATTERS ;ENJOYED THOROUGHLY

    published: 06 Apr 2017
  • Uzbekistan-All I have! (Presented by Mira'zam),good

    EducationUzbekistan pays great attention to education of population. Annually, about 53% of state budget is appropriated for further improvement of education system in the country.Uzbek national education model includes all stages of education and upbringing of personality, preschool education, primary and secondary education, vocational education, higher education, raising skills/training and further education.The country carries targeted activity for basic and professional education of talented children and youth overseas.Since the very day of Independence of Uzbekistan, thousands of young people have undergone courses on different prestigious programs or have been educated in solid universities abroad.Sources of science of Uzbekistan date back to ancient centuries, have deep and strong ...

    published: 12 Mar 2013
  • In My City with Chirag - Nom Nom Asia offers free lunch for job seekers - Episode 10

    This week on In My City with Chirag, I visited the restaurant thats trending not just for its food but for its message to offer free meals to job seekers :) Follow me on www.facebook.com/djchiragdubai Don't forget to Like,Share & Subscribe :)

    published: 03 Feb 2017
  • WFP and Uzbek govt send relief goods to affected areas

    (21 Aug 2010) Rawalpindi 1. Wide of Uzbekistan aid plane arriving at Chaklala airbase 2. Various of volunteers unloading relief goods 3. Close-up of sticker on goods reading: (English) "Humanitarian aid of the Republic of Uzbekistan" 4. Wide of trolley with relief goods 5. Various of volunteers unloading goods 6. Close of shoes 7. Mid of volunteer carrying trolly 8. SOUNDBITE: (Uzbek) Hassanboy Abdulazov, Uzbek government representative: "On the behalf of president and people of Uzbekistan I express our deepest condolence to the whole of Pakistan and we hope that in this time of need, our assistance at least some how helps the people of Pakistan. We are always together with Pakistan, people of Uzbekistan are always friendly and together with Pakistan." 9. Wide of volunteers unl...

    published: 28 Jul 2015
  • Farewell Video for Mr. Lai Chee Hun

    Farewell Video for Mr. Lai Chee Hun - Lecturer at Westminster International University in Tashkent, 2005-2015.

    published: 22 Jun 2015
  • Garland Maia Logistics Centre - Video in English

    Garland Maia Logistics Centre

    published: 12 Sep 2013
  • Dubai restaurant Nom Nom Asia offers free lunches to jobseekers

    For the past two years, Nom Nom Asia Restaurant owner Vivek Balaney has been letting Dubai jobseekers dine for free. Videographer – Kristina Nabieva Video Editor – Surajit Dutta FOR MORE ON DUBAI: whatson.ae Facebook.com/whatsondubai

    published: 30 Jan 2017
  • Inside the Dubai Women's Central Jail in Al Aweer

    Gulf News visits the Dubai Women's Central Jail in Al Aweer to see how inmates are being rehabilitated. See more at: http://gulfnews.com/gntv

    published: 08 Apr 2013
  • the National Centre for Social Adaptation of Children english subtitles

    The National Centre for Social Adaptation of Children is a charitable organization, founded by Lola Karimova-Tillyaeva, to provide medical and educational support to children with disabilities in Uzbekistan. Республиканский Центр по социальной адаптации детей

    published: 20 Sep 2013
  • Borat - Your wife is dead

    I thought it would be difficult to hear

    published: 21 Apr 2017
  • The tomb of Shaykh Sufi Hazrat Ubaidullah Ahrar (ra) in Bukhara, Uzbekistan 09

    Khwaja Ubaidullah Ahrar (Q) was born in the village of Shash in Ramadan, 806 AH., or March 1403 A.D. His father was a prominent dervish. He was brought up in Tashkent by his uncle Ibrahim Shashi, a great scholar of his time who gave him early education. When he graduated in the worldly sciences, his uncle sent him to Samarqand for acquiring heavenly knowledge. The signs of sainthood were visible in him since his childhood. Khwaja Ahrar (Q) used to say: "from the age of three years, I was in the Presence of Allah. When I studied the Qur'an with my teacher my heart was in God's Presence. I used to think that all people were like that." Initially, he joined the disciples of Nizamuddin Khamush in Samarqand who was a prominent saint of his time and deputy of Khwaja Ahrar. At the age of 22...

    published: 25 Jan 2010
  • Мимино

    История большой мечты о больших полетах. Летчик «малой авиации» по прозвищу Мимино мечтает о штурвале настоящего большого лайнера. Только получив этот самый штурвал, он почему-то совсем не счастлив...

    published: 18 Jan 2017
Uzbekistan: Forced Labor Linked to World Bank

Uzbekistan: Forced Labor Linked to World Bank

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  • Updated: 27 Jun 2017
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The World Bank is funding half a billion dollars in agricultural projects linked to forced and child labor in Uzbekistan. Under the loan agreements, the Uzbek government is required to comply with laws prohibiting forced and child labor, and the World Bank can suspend the loans if there is credible evidence of violations. The Uzbek government forced students, teachers, medical workers, other government employees, private-sector employees, and sometimes children to harvest cotton in 2015 and 2016, as well as to weed the fields and plant cotton in the spring of 2016. The government has threatened to fire people, stop welfare payments, and suspend or expel students if they refuse to work in the cotton fields.
https://wn.com/Uzbekistan_Forced_Labor_Linked_To_World_Bank
Uzbekistan food taste test | Hello Dubai Restaurant Review Series | Wielbert Collinson

Uzbekistan food taste test | Hello Dubai Restaurant Review Series | Wielbert Collinson

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  • Updated: 07 Oct 2016
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Buzzfeed Dubai ~ Hey Expats in UAE, here's video for you. UZB Avenue - Delicious Uzbekistan Restaurant Review. On the first video in a new series from Hello Dubai called Dubai Restaurant Reviews, Mr. Wielbert learns about Uzbek cuisine by Smelling, feeling (and eating!) by check in UZB Avenue in Al Barsha 1, Dubai Near Sharaf Dg Metro Station (as he came all the way by Dubai Metro) He taste uzbek’s famous Palov, Juicy, caramel flavoured Honey Cake, Pumpkin Samosa, Chicken Samosa and Beef Noodles. UZB Avenue's Zomato link - https://goo.gl/78aWKz ~ Facebook Official Page - https://fb.me/hellodubaitv tumblr blog - http://hellodubai-me.tumblr.com/ ~ Follow the Team: Wielbert Collinson: https://goo.gl/fpyqlm Rittu Vijai: https://goo.gl/WMjWwt Muni Chawla: https://goo.gl/j4OWx1 Smith Philipose: https://goo.gl/MmHnPd
https://wn.com/Uzbekistan_Food_Taste_Test_|_Hello_Dubai_Restaurant_Review_Series_|_Wielbert_Collinson
Educational trip of the students from Uzbekistan at ELC-UCTI

Educational trip of the students from Uzbekistan at ELC-UCTI

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  • Updated: 16 Mar 2012
  • views: 1480
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The one week educational trip of the students from Uzbekistan at English Language Centre at UCTI, Malaysia. Hosted by Asia Pacific Institute of Information Technology. Presented by UCTI SPOTLIGHT. Videography and Camerawork by MU. © Copyright 2005 - 2012 APIIT Sdn Bhd. All rights reserved.
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Lured by a job, trapped in forced labour!

Lured by a job, trapped in forced labour!

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  • Updated: 02 Oct 2015
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In search of a job to support his family, a man accepts an offer from a recruiter and signs a contract for what looks like a good job with decent wages. Once at destination, the reality is very different.
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BOXARA UNESCO HERITAGE WITH THE MINARET THAT LURED GENGHIS

BOXARA UNESCO HERITAGE WITH THE MINARET THAT LURED GENGHIS

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  • Updated: 06 Apr 2017
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ITS BUKHARASHAREEF HOLY CITY WITH JOB SPRING AND NAQSH BANDI SHRINE COMPLEX AND GREAT ART ; SILK AND PEOPLE THAT REALLY MATTERS ;ENJOYED THOROUGHLY
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Uzbekistan-All I have! (Presented by Mira'zam),good

Uzbekistan-All I have! (Presented by Mira'zam),good

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  • Updated: 12 Mar 2013
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EducationUzbekistan pays great attention to education of population. Annually, about 53% of state budget is appropriated for further improvement of education system in the country.Uzbek national education model includes all stages of education and upbringing of personality, preschool education, primary and secondary education, vocational education, higher education, raising skills/training and further education.The country carries targeted activity for basic and professional education of talented children and youth overseas.Since the very day of Independence of Uzbekistan, thousands of young people have undergone courses on different prestigious programs or have been educated in solid universities abroad.Sources of science of Uzbekistan date back to ancient centuries, have deep and strong roots. Through concentration, it can serve the whole humanity in achieving the secrets of the nature.Such great scientists as Ahmad Al-Farghoniy, Abu Raikhon Beruniy, Abu Ali Ibn Sino, Mukhammad Al-Khorazmiy, Mirzo-Ulughbek, who originated from Central Asia, in medieval ages made great contribution in development of such sciences as astronomy, geography, geology, geophysics, mineralogy, pharmacology, botanic, anatomy, human physiology, medicine, chemistry, physics, metaphysics.Intellectualpotentialoftoday'sUzbekistanhasbeenformed. Its level of development, innovations and capabilities, at present, are moving ahead of many developing countries of the world, and in many cases do not yield to economically developed countries.Today, Uzbekistan is large cultural and scientific centre, possessing developed research capacities, comprehensive scientific base and qualified personnel.Sector of scientific research of Uzbekistan includes 362 academic, university and industrial-profile institutes, that includes 101 scientific-research institutes, 55 scientific-research subdivisions of universities, 65 design & engineering institutions, 32 scientific-production associations and experimental enterprises, 30 data processing centers.The Academy of Sciences of Uzbekistan have conducted and is successfully continuing researches of unique scientific centers, such as Institute of Nuclear Physics, Institutes of Genetics and Experimental Biology, Scientific Production Association of Solar Physics, Astronomic Observatory of top level on the mountain Maidanak and others.Education system in the countryIn Uzbekistan, the State guarantees complete primary and secondary education of all children.Thus, while in 1991 - 1997, the country envisaged only 9 years compulsory education, now, the Law on Education and the National Human Resources Development Program of Uzbekistan envisage consequent compulsory 3 years vocational training or academic education.Extension of compulsory education for 3 years, has invaluable, long-term impact. It's also important that already today, the graduates of 9th grades without exception are entitled to continue education by the age of 17-18 under state financing.Key principles of reforms in education: - introduction of compulsory 12 years education, including 9 years general education and 3 years vocational or academic education, also represents formation of the system of further education: from the age of 4 or 5 -- preschool education, 6 or 7 - compulsory 9 years school education, 14 or 15 - 3 -years pre higher educational institution, academic or vocational education. Higher education also became two stages baccalaureate and magistracy, which open way to university institutions -- post-graduate or doctoral studies. Besides, the system of continuing retraining and raising the level of skills is being formed.In due course, quality content of the process of education and curricula were significantly modified with the aim at: -maximum approximation to the needs of the market economy;-restoration of historical values, abandoned cultural and spiritual traditions of the people, populating Uzbekistan; -new style of education must consider the best teaching techniques, which ensure high level of requirements to knowledge of pupils/students and educating of diploma holders on maximum high professional level for participation in quiet saturated labor market.
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In My City with Chirag - Nom Nom Asia offers free lunch for job seekers - Episode 10

In My City with Chirag - Nom Nom Asia offers free lunch for job seekers - Episode 10

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  • Updated: 03 Feb 2017
  • views: 230
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This week on In My City with Chirag, I visited the restaurant thats trending not just for its food but for its message to offer free meals to job seekers :) Follow me on www.facebook.com/djchiragdubai Don't forget to Like,Share & Subscribe :)
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WFP and Uzbek govt send relief goods to affected areas

WFP and Uzbek govt send relief goods to affected areas

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  • Duration: 3:05
  • Updated: 28 Jul 2015
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(21 Aug 2010) Rawalpindi 1. Wide of Uzbekistan aid plane arriving at Chaklala airbase 2. Various of volunteers unloading relief goods 3. Close-up of sticker on goods reading: (English) "Humanitarian aid of the Republic of Uzbekistan" 4. Wide of trolley with relief goods 5. Various of volunteers unloading goods 6. Close of shoes 7. Mid of volunteer carrying trolly 8. SOUNDBITE: (Uzbek) Hassanboy Abdulazov, Uzbek government representative: "On the behalf of president and people of Uzbekistan I express our deepest condolence to the whole of Pakistan and we hope that in this time of need, our assistance at least some how helps the people of Pakistan. We are always together with Pakistan, people of Uzbekistan are always friendly and together with Pakistan." 9. Wide of volunteers unloading relief goods 10. Close-up of sticker on goods reading: (English) "Humanitarian aid of the Republic of Uzbekistan" 11. Wide of trolley with relief goods Dera Ismail Khan 12. Wide of flood victims outside World Food Programme (WFP) distribution point in Lunda Sharif village (35 kilometres south of Dera Ismail Khan) 13. Mid of WFP banner reading: (English) "Food distribution point for flood affectees" 14. Wide of flood victims standing in line to receive relief goods 15. Mid of flood victims standing in front of WFP truck 16 Various of flood victims standing in line to receive relief goods 17. Wide of flood victims carrying flour bags on their shoulder 18. Mid of NGO worker distributing biscuits 19. SOUNDBITE: (Saraiki) Falak Sher, flood victim: ''We didn't receive anything until now. We came here to get food items. People faced great losses, the majority of the houses there fell down, crops have been destroyed, water is still standing there, the situation is still bad out there." 20. Mid of man carrying a flour bag on his shoulder 21. SOUNDBITE: (Urdu) Fazal Saeed, WFP Official: ''We are providing food baskets from the World Food Program including 20 kilogrammes of flour, 3.7 litres oil, 2.25 kilogrammes of biscuits and contains 30 packs for each flood affected family." 22. Various of man with his relief goods outside the WFP flood relief centre 23. Wide of flood victims outside the WFP distribution point STORYLINE More foreign aid arrived in Pakistan on Saturday, this time on a plane from the Uzbekistan. The aid arrived on an Uzbek government plane that landed at Chaklala airbase in Rawalpindi. A government representative who accompanied the flight said that the president and people of Uzbekistan expressed their "deepest condolence to the whole of Pakistan." Meanwhile in Dera Ismail Khan the United Nations World Food Programme distributed food aid to those in desperate need. ''We didn't receive anything until now. We came here to get food items. People faced great losses, the majority of the houses there fell down, crops have been destroyed, water is still standing there, the situation is still bad out there," said flood victim Falak Sher. The United Nations has appealed for 460 (m) million US dollars in emergency assistance, and the US has promised 150 (m) million US dollars. Pakistan said it would even accept 5 (m) million dollars in aid from India, its archrival. The floods began in late July in the northwest of the country after exceptionally heavy monsoon rains, expanding rivers that have since swamped eastern Punjab province and Sindh province in the south. A slew of aid groups have been trying to help the government in its relief effort by providing food, medicine, shelter and other crucial assistance. Poor weather and the destruction of roads and bridges have hindered the distribution. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/0738e2a1a8c7e6da274ac400bfb3bb44 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Farewell Video for Mr. Lai Chee Hun

Farewell Video for Mr. Lai Chee Hun

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  • Duration: 11:57
  • Updated: 22 Jun 2015
  • views: 441
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Farewell Video for Mr. Lai Chee Hun - Lecturer at Westminster International University in Tashkent, 2005-2015.
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Garland Maia Logistics Centre - Video in English

Garland Maia Logistics Centre - Video in English

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  • Updated: 12 Sep 2013
  • views: 762
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Dubai restaurant Nom Nom Asia offers free lunches to jobseekers

Dubai restaurant Nom Nom Asia offers free lunches to jobseekers

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  • Duration: 1:30
  • Updated: 30 Jan 2017
  • views: 395
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For the past two years, Nom Nom Asia Restaurant owner Vivek Balaney has been letting Dubai jobseekers dine for free. Videographer – Kristina Nabieva Video Editor – Surajit Dutta FOR MORE ON DUBAI: whatson.ae Facebook.com/whatsondubai
https://wn.com/Dubai_Restaurant_Nom_Nom_Asia_Offers_Free_Lunches_To_Jobseekers
Inside the Dubai Women's Central Jail in Al Aweer

Inside the Dubai Women's Central Jail in Al Aweer

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  • Updated: 08 Apr 2013
  • views: 4355509
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Gulf News visits the Dubai Women's Central Jail in Al Aweer to see how inmates are being rehabilitated. See more at: http://gulfnews.com/gntv
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the National Centre for Social Adaptation of Children english subtitles

the National Centre for Social Adaptation of Children english subtitles

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  • Updated: 20 Sep 2013
  • views: 54
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The National Centre for Social Adaptation of Children is a charitable organization, founded by Lola Karimova-Tillyaeva, to provide medical and educational support to children with disabilities in Uzbekistan. Республиканский Центр по социальной адаптации детей
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Borat - Your wife is dead

Borat - Your wife is dead

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  • Updated: 21 Apr 2017
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I thought it would be difficult to hear
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The tomb of Shaykh Sufi Hazrat Ubaidullah Ahrar (ra) in Bukhara, Uzbekistan 09

The tomb of Shaykh Sufi Hazrat Ubaidullah Ahrar (ra) in Bukhara, Uzbekistan 09

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  • Updated: 25 Jan 2010
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Khwaja Ubaidullah Ahrar (Q) was born in the village of Shash in Ramadan, 806 AH., or March 1403 A.D. His father was a prominent dervish. He was brought up in Tashkent by his uncle Ibrahim Shashi, a great scholar of his time who gave him early education. When he graduated in the worldly sciences, his uncle sent him to Samarqand for acquiring heavenly knowledge. The signs of sainthood were visible in him since his childhood. Khwaja Ahrar (Q) used to say: "from the age of three years, I was in the Presence of Allah. When I studied the Qur'an with my teacher my heart was in God's Presence. I used to think that all people were like that." Initially, he joined the disciples of Nizamuddin Khamush in Samarqand who was a prominent saint of his time and deputy of Khwaja Ahrar. At the age of 22, he went to Bukhara and outside Bukhara the city met Shaikh Sirajuddin Birmisi. After a brief stay with Shaikh Birmisi, he continued his journey to Bukhara. Here he found the favourable tutelage of Shaikh Alauddin Ghajdwani. Khwaja Ghajdwani was an excellent and exceptional orator. When Khwaja Ahrar met Khwaja Ghajdwani, he was 90, then. Khwaja Ghajdwani, despite of being old age, never discontinued the recitation, nor he refrained from making his auspicious company with his disciples and pupils. Khwaja Ahrar received the spiritual mass from Khwaja Ghajdwani, while both were busy in meditation at the grave of Shah Naqshband. Later on, he went to Khurasan via Merv. He reached Herat and stayed over there for four years with Syed Kasim Tabrizi, In Herat, he heard praise of Khwaja Yaqoob Charkhi (Q). He decided to benefit from him and started journey to Hulaftu and subordinated to him. Service to the humankind, physically or spiritually, was his motto. There were numerous instances of his benevolence. He used to say: "To help and serve people is better than recitation and meditation. Some people think that to do the supererogatory Sunnah is better than serving and helping those in need. It is our view, however, that to take care of people and to help them and to show them love is better than anything else." "...I didn't take this Tariqah from books, but I pursued this Tariqah by serving people." " I entered this Spiritual Order through the door of service." "...Sufism requires you to carry everyone's burdens and not to put yours on anyone." Khwaja Ahrar (Q) authored many books on Sufism and the knowledge relating to seeking closeness of Allah. Besides, he also established a big school and mosque which are still a centre of learning. Khwaja Ubaidullah Ahrar (Q) died on Saturday, Rabi ul-Awwal 29, 895 AH,. or February 20, 1490 A.D., in Samarqand after Isha prayer. His funeral attracted all and sundry. King Ahmad of Samarqand along with his troops also attended the funeral. The sultan carried his coffin. He was laid to rest in Samarqand. He gave the Noor of The Naqshbandia order to Shaikh Muhammad Zahid Qadi Samarqandi (Q). http://www.shadpurshareef.com http://www.salyalshareef.com http://www.clickcaster.com/khwajah
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Мимино

Мимино

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  • Updated: 18 Jan 2017
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История большой мечты о больших полетах. Летчик «малой авиации» по прозвищу Мимино мечтает о штурвале настоящего большого лайнера. Только получив этот самый штурвал, он почему-то совсем не счастлив...
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