from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The head of a Mohammedan religious order.


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  • But if it were to enter into talks with the government it would be on the authorization of its murshid 'aam, or general guide, Mr. Badie.

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  • Ahmedinejad that did not include a cleric murshid.

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  • Just as I was feeling overwhelmed by the awfulness of this crime, and the serious challenges it poses to men and maleness in today's world, I came to the line 'tere murshid Ali, Ali' (loosely, 'your guide/teacher is Ali, Ali').

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  • Why do muslims of sindh refer lord jhulelal as murshid jhulelal?

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  • A rare and enthralling blend of these languages is found in his Kafi as we know is a genre of poetry most frequently used by the mystic poets of South Asia to express their love for murshid (spiritual mantor), man's relationship with his creator and ever existing tension between


  • The role of the spiritual master, the shaikh, murshid, or pîr, is to make this spiritual rebirth and transformation possible.


  • And now I don't care what happens to the rhythm or the beat or my murshid.


  • I shake my head and spin - no I revolve around myself, my murshid, my love!


  • When I am back in this world again, someone tells me my murshid 'mistakenly' stepped on my flying dhoti.


  • "Here is the Evidence about Zaid Zaman Hamid's murshid yousuf kazzab.



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