numerology

Numerology information Faqir:

numerologyName Number: 6 Meaning: Home, Family, Love, Balance, Harmony, Help, Warmth, Social justice

songs

Songs about Faqir:

songsAllah Allah Kar Bhaiya (feat. Allan Faqir) by Muhammad Ali Shehki from the Album Rung Tarang

songsFaqir by Jef Stott from the Album Saracen

songsFaqir by Jef Stott from the Album Saracen

songsFaqir (David Starfire Remix) (David Starfire Remix) by Jef Stott from the Album Sono (Nickodemus Remix)/Faqir (David Starfire Remix)

songsAllah Da Faqir Hai by Muhammad Arshad Qadri from the Album Baap Di Shaan - Islamic Naats

songsDoa Menghindar Daripada Kufur, Faqir & Azab by Unic from the Album Doa (feat. Ustaz Syed, Abdul Kadir & AlJoofre)

songsFaqir Nachda by Sonu Surjit from the Album Parakh

books

Books about Faqir:

booksThe Unknowing Sage: The Life and Work of Faqir Chand by David Christopher Lane (Jun 5, 2014)

booksSpiritual Poverty in Sufism (Faqr & Faqir) by Javad Nurbakhsh (Dec 1, 1984)

booksFaqir or faker?: The Pakpattan tragedy and the politics of Sufism in Pakistan [An article from: Religion] by R. Rozehnal

booksThe Unknowing Sage: The Life and Work of Baba Faqir Chand by David Christopher Lane (1993)

booksThe Reluctant Guru: A Brief Introduction to the Life and Work of Baba Faqir Chand (The Chandian Effect Series... by David Lane (Jan 6, 2010)

booksFAQIR, FADIA [1956-]: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's Encyclopedia of the Modern Middle East and North... by Elise Salem (2004)

booksThe Hierarchical Structure of Religious Visions: Where Faqir Chand Meets Ken Wilber by David Lane (Feb 27, 2011)

wiki

Wiki information Faqir:

Fakir

A fakir, or faqir, derived from faqr, is a Muslim Sufi ascetic in the Middle East and South Asia. The Faqirs were wandering Dervishes teaching Islam and living on alms. The term has become a common Urdu, Bengali, and Hindi byword for beggar. Faqirs...

Faqir
Ethnicity

The Faqir are a Muslim ethnic group in India. They are also known as Shah Alvi or Sain in North India, which is now their preferred self-designation and in West Bengal, they are known as Sahajia. Some live in the Terai region of Nepal.