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Martial Arts sharpen mind, body: Renzushah

Post by on Monday, July 4, 2022

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Srinagar, July 03: Chairman Kashmir Society International and Chief Commissioner JK Scouts & Hindustan Scouts, Khwaja Farooq Renzushah, Sunday said that youth should take up spiritual Martial Arts training as it trains ones mind to merge with the body as an element of love.
According to a statement, Renzushah said this as he presided over the concluding Kashmir International Taekwondo championship organized by Aljawad Sports Academy which was being played at Salsabeel Education Institute.
 He said Kashmir has made a proud contribution at the world level in the field of Martial Arts.
 He said: “1321 AC revolution in Kashmir has acknowledged & established unified power of all faiths of Kashmir. Zulqadar Khan who was the grandson of Halaco Khan was a faithless terrorist and was miserably defeated by the Joint spiritual faith power of Kashmir comprising of Muslims, Hindu's & Buddhist together & joint forces of Sultan Sadder ud Din Rinchanshah, first Hanafi Sufi king of Kashmir,” he said.
He said that 70k forces of Dulcha Zulqadar Khan were buried under snow-clad mountains of Banihaal pass by the joint forces.
“Both spiritual leaders of Kashmir Hazrat Bulbul Shah & Amir e Kabir also ensured that consumption of wine & drugs is banned in Kashmir so that morals of people of Kashmir remain always pure & dirt free.”
On this occasion Dr Ali Mohammad Mir, Malik Mohammad Akbar president Al-Jawad sports Academy, Syed Shuja Shah, General Secretary, Sumeet Gosh, Technical Director ITU West Bengal, Principal Salsabeel, Zahoor Wani, were present. 
 On this occasion, the most talented youth of Martial Art gave the most appreciating performances. Awards were given to talented youth both by Khwaja Renzushah & Ali Mohammad Mir. Various schools & education institutes that participated in this prestigious Function also received Awards.

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