Meaning : Eternal, Everlasting, Eternal, everlasting,
Origin : Persian,
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Numerology information Sarmad:
Name Number: 2 Meaning: Partnership, Sense, Other, Passive, Assistance, Acceptance, Intimacy, Peace
Definition funny of Sarmad:
good in bed, skills of a stunt driver, always able to talk yourself out of speeding tickets, men want to be him, women are in love with him, the closest to perfection you can possibly achieve
“When you saved that child from a burning house fire you were almost like Sarmad”
a person who's in his 20's, of Desi origin, somewhat of a nerd and works at a nerdy place. is a "shareef" guy... or is he?!
Did you see that guy that works in IT? he's such a Sarmad.
Songs about Sarmad:
Sarmad by Epiphany Project from the Album Hin Dagh
Sarmad? Bu A?k by Yakup Ekin from the Album Senden Sonra
Sarmad?m Oy by Ökke? Özdemir from the Album Senin ?çin
Books about Sarmad:
Sarmad: Life & Poems (Introduction to Sufi Poets Series) (Volume 39) by Paul Smith (Jun 4, 2014)
Sarmad (Jewish Saint of India) by I. A. Ezekiel (1966)
Sarmad, The Saint by M.G. Gupta (Mar 2000)
Ruba'iyat of Sarmad by Sarmad and Paul Smith (Sep 7, 2012)
The Book of Sarmad by Sarmad and Paul Smith (Sep 3, 2014)
Three Sufi-Martyr Poets of India: Sarmad, Dara Shikoh & Makhfi by Paul Smith (Sep 10, 2014)
Maulana Abul Kalam Azad and Sarmad by V. N. Datta
Movies about Sarmad:
Sawt-e-Sarmad 2008 NR - Runtime: 27 mins Directed by: Terrance Grace
The Madness of the Day 2008 - Runtime: 32 mins Starring: Francine Zerfas, Marcus Chun Michael Kirby Directed by: Terrance Grace
Sawt-e-Sarmad 2008 - Runtime: 27 mins Directed by: Terrance Grace
Wiki information Sarmad:
Sarmad Tariq was a storyteller and motivational speaker from Islamabad, Pakistan. After meeting a swimming accident at the age of 15, he was paralyzed from the left shoulder down and confined to a wheelchair. He also holds the world record of longest...
Muhammad Sa'id, mostly known as Sarmad Kashani or simply as Sarmad was a Persian mystic, poet and saint who travelled to and made the Indian subcontinent his permanent home during the 17th century. Originally a Jew, some claim he renounced his...