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Khwaja Shamsuddin Azeemi (PTV)

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Published on Oct 23, 2010

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Khwaja Shamsuddin Azeemi (Urdu: خواجہ شمس الدین عظیمی) is the patriarch of the Sufi Order of Azeemia. He is also the Editor-in-Chief of the Roohani Digest, an Urdu magazine published monthly in Pakistan.
MR. Khawaja Shamsuddin Azeemi, chief editor of monthly Roohani Digest Karachi and Rohani Digest International, is a Pakistani scholar of international repute in the field of spiritualism. He has presented spiritualism, that used to be considered something mysterious and hard-to-learn, in the most modern and scientific way bringing it out of the dark shadows of myths and lore. His contribution in scientifisizing and institutionalizing the most ancient body of knowledge according to the needs of the people of modern age will be remembered for times to come.
Books, Written aticles

In 1962, Shaykh Azeemi started writing articles on telepathy, parapsychology, color meditation and healing in various Pakistani newspapers and magazines. The most famous of them was his advice column, "Roohani Daak", in the Urdu Daily Jang. People from all walks of life would write to him for advice on their life's problems. As a result of its success, the Roohani Digest was launched in 1978. He has written over 40 books, with many of them having been translated into Arabic, Persian, English, Russian and other languages.[1]
[edit]Personal Life

Shaykh Azeemi is married and lives in Karachi, Pakistan with his family of nine adult children (five sons and four daughters). His eldest son, Waqar Yousuf Azeemi, Ph.D., is the current editor of Roohani Digest and a speaker as well as an author

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