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Murid

 

in Muslim countries, a person wishing to dedicate himself to Islam and to master the fundamentals of the mystical teachings of Sufism. The murid selects his teacher, the murshid (or sheikh), whom he must obey.

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He claimed that animals suffering from FMD in Murid were recovering.
The murids are ridgelike and longitudinally oriented along the midline of the tooth.
Rise of extremism During the Eid holidays authorities in Herat were forced to cancel a concert in a stadium by famed musician Shafiq Murid because of "extremist threats".
And Murid Donnelly (Maggie Smith) is a former governess cast aside by the family she cared for and raised.
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This article uses select Mughal paintings to critically analyse the physical desire and sexual longing that exists between the dominating pir or master and the subservient murid or disciple in relation to, rather than in opposition to, Sufi spiritual practice.
For this study, the following 35 tobas/forts were selected randomly including 15 each from district Rahim Yar Khan and Bahawalpur and five from district Bahawalnagar: Derawar, Dahri wala, Channan Pir, Kalay paharr, Janu wala, Kheersar, Mouj Garh, Habib wala, Din Garh, Tawe wala, Kandi wala, Akmal wala, Balwatta, Bijnot, Salamsar, Chachran, Sure wala, Khair Garh, Kot Murid, Khipla Dahar, Baghla, Khabbar, Tahir wala, Kandera, Bahu, Islam Garh, Gunyan wala, Lakhan wala, Kakki wala, Khara, Morot, Fort Abbas, Dodhlan, Mahar wala and Modi.
A comprehensive statistical analysis of metal contents in ground water of District Tharparker has revealed that two locations namely, Murid Khan Umarani and Khan Khanjar Reham contain As above the permissible level of 10 ppb.
The idea of the murid and morad is found in Freudian analytical framework where the client in the guise of the murid starts the process of transference with his teacher (morad or psychoanalyst).
The sub-national cases begin with the predominantly Wolof Murid marabouts of central Senegal (chapter 3), which she demonstrates to be "influential brokers".