Istaqbaal-e-Ramadan Program by Safiya Khan

An Istaqbaal-e-Ramadan Program for ladies is being conducted as I type at the Defence Hall at D.H.A Creek Club. The event will continue till 6 o clock this evening, so if you’re anywhere in the area, you can still make it. More about the speaker Safiyah Khan, via sister Javeria’s blog a i R e V A j:


Safiya Khan is one of the most talented students of Dr. Farhat Hashmi. Due to her great interest and knowledge in the subject of Psychology, she beautifully and eloquently explains the concepts of the Quran based on human psychology. Being an avid reader of Stephen R. Covey (the author of the international best seller Seven Habits Of Highly Successful People) she explains how the Qur’an gave the best concepts about successful people fourteen hundred years ago which successful literature of today provided after years of research.

I’ve never heard Safiyah Khan before, but her profile makes an interesting read, and I’d love to be at one of these gatherings some time. Commitments elsewhere meant I could not be at the Istaqbaal-e-Ramadan lecture happening today, but given the lecture today is only a precursor to the more extensive Dora-e-Qur’an Program starting 1st Ramadan at the same venue and that will continue until the 29th of Ramadan, looks like they’ll be plenty of more opportunities to try and get to hear her.

Post Script: Also, for those interested, Dr. Huma Najmul Hasan, who has been doing a comprehensive Quran review program at the FTC at Sharah-e-Faisal every Ramadan for the last few years now, is also going to be doing the same this year. More details about that event here and a comprehensive list of all Dura-e-Quran programs being conducted through out Karachi this Ramadan here (pdf link).

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