JollyGul.com: Jannat Puri Granth Service

JollyGul.com has now launched “Jannat Puri” granth (long format ginan) on its platform.

Jannat Puri (City of Paradise) granth by Sayyed Imam Shah, is recited by Alnoor Saleh, all 158 verses! It can now be accessed on JollyGul.com website with lyrics and translations display on our custom audio player and on JollyGul On-Demand (green) App.

Sayyed Imam Shah was the youngest of the eighteen children of Pir Hasan Kabiruddin and grandson of Pir Sadardin. He was born at Uchh Sharif near Multan in the 15th century.

Jannat Puri is a 158-verse granth in which Sayyed Imam Shah talks about the dispute in his family about inheritance, the death of his father Pir Hasan Kabiruddin and also describes to us (in third person terms) his perspective about after-life.

Sayyed Imam Shah narrates to us a story about his observations and lessons learned having “visited” after-life and seen the bad (suffering) and the good (paradise). The name of the granth Jannat Puri (The City of Paradise) comes from this part of the granth.

Please start enjoying all the 158 verses of Jannat Puri by clicking on the link (https://www.jollygul.com/jannat-puri/) or on our On-Demand (green) App which can be downloaded free from the Apple App Store (for iPhones) or Google Play Store (for Android) if you do not have it already installed on your smartphone.

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Author: ismailimail

Independent, civil society media featuring Ismaili Muslim community, inter and intra faith endeavors, achievements and humanitarian works.

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