The two-day 14th National Medical Symposium ended ReadingS


KARAJI: Martyr Hakim Muhammad Said, Hz. He made significant contributions to our nation and country by following the virtuous path of Muhammad (PBUH). His life carries a valuable message for all of us: to transform our society into a center of knowledge, skills, peace and harmony by emulating the character and teachings of the Prophet Muhammad (SAAW), he said in a press release.
These views were expressed by former bureaucrat Shafiq-ur-Rehman Paracha as the chief guest at the concluding session of the two-day 14th National Medical Symposium held at Bait-ul-Hikmah Auditorium in Madinah al-Hikmah yesterday. The closing session was chaired by Sadia Rashid, President of Hamdard Pakistan. The theme of the symposium was “The Role of Hakim Muhammad Said in the Revival of Tibb-i-Unani”.
He also said that Shaheed Hakim Mohammed Said has given remarkable examples of serving humanity in various aspects of society. He founded Medina Al-Hikmah, a center of knowledge and wisdom dedicated to the development and dissemination of knowledge and skills. But the cornerstone of his life was the revival of Unani Medicine, which made significant contributions to the prosperity of our nation. Martyr Hakim Muhammed Said undoubtedly deserves the title of Mujaddid-i Tibb.
“Hakim Said, through Hamdard Pakistan, started a quiet revolution by transforming the landscape of medicine and highlighting the importance of knowledge and awareness. This played a crucial role in reviving people’s connection and faith in Tibbi-Unani.
A compassionate physician, he tended to the daily medical needs of patients and engaged in social work throughout the day. Shaheed Hakim Mohammed Said had unique abilities such as face reading and pulse reading. “In addition, he lived an extraordinary life in a humble manner and truly earned the title of Shaheed-e-Pakistan,” he added.
Hamdard University Oriental Medicine Faculty Tabiba Saima Ghayas, Dr. Hakim Sultan Ayaz, Prof. Dr. Muhammad Nauman Khan, Dr. Judge Syed Faisal Haider Zaidi, investigators attended. Dr. Syed Rizwan Ali, Tabiba Nadia Naseem, Tabiba Misbah Ahmed, Dr. Judge Muhammad Amjad Chishti, Dr. Hakim Amjad Ismail and Tabiba Huma Saeed presented their latest research papers on various diseases at the first and second scientific sessions of the National Medical Symposium,
The closing speech of the two-day national symposium was made by the Dean of the Faculty of Eastern Medicine, Professor Dr. Ahsana Dar Farooq did it. He congratulated the organizers for the successful organization of the symposium.
Sadia Rashid, Professor Dr. Hakim Abdul Hannan and Hamdard University Vice-Chancellor Professor Dr. Syed Shabib-ul-Hassan addressed the chief guest. He presented the seal of honor of the Prophet (SAAW).
The 14th National Medical Symposium ended with Dua-i Said. The symposium was organized by the Pakistan Oriental Medicine Association in collaboration with Hamdard Pakistan.

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