Chennai, Tamil Nadu India (PressExposure) May 04, 2011 -- Sheikh Abdul Rahman Zuhair Al Din Al Jilani, descendant of Hazrat Sheikh Abdul Aziz bin Sheikh Abdul Qadir Gilani, whose shrine in Baghdad is one of the most sacred places of Islamic world, was honoured today at Frontier Lifeline Hospital, Chennai. Dr.K.M.Cherian was pleased to meet Al Din Al Jilani at the hospital, as he made a visit and did a normal health check-up at the hospital with his wife, Shaikha Iftekar Ibrahim Hassan and Prince Yakub Habeebuddin Tucy, of Mughal Emperor.
Dr.K.M.Cherian had treated a lot of Iraqi patients with heart problems and played a quintessential role during post 2003 Iraq war and lot of people from Iraq had been benefitted through his treatment. Al Din Al Jilani mainly wanted to visit the hospital and acknowledge Dr.K.M.Cherian's contribution for his nation. This will further develop and strengthen stronger ties between two nations.
The head of all the Sufi Saints of the world is His Holiness Sheikh Abdul Khader Gilani, whose Dargah is held in high veneration by millions of people all over the world, is situated in Baghdad, Iraq. Khader Gilani is the direct descendent of the Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H.) and lived centuries back. But even today millions of devotees visit his Dargah and benefit from his spiritual powers and miracles. People all over the world invoke his Holy name to realize their objectives.
Prince Yakub Habeebuddin Tucy, great grandson of last Mughal Emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar has also accompanied the descendant of Hazrat Sheikh Gilani. Al Din Al Jilani Visit to India has created a religious fervour and gaiety not only among common Muslims but also with all religious leaders.
Speaking on the occasion Dr. K. M. Cherian, Chairman & CEO, Frontier Lifeline said, "We are privileged to have the great Islamic spiritual leader in the hospital. He has been instrumental in preaching ISLAM, following the footsteps of Abdul Qadir Gilani. Our association with Iraq has been great as we used to treat Iraqi patients on a regular basis. We have treated more than 1500 Iraqi patients. Having a significant Muslim population of about I5 %, Al Din Al-Jilani's visit to India will certainly inspire and spread his preaching's among his followers in India."