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In 2002 in Sidney Center, New York a Sufi Center (dergah) was established in the name of Sheykh-ul Islam, Mevlana Muhammed Nazim al-Hakkani.
The program and protocol at this Naksh-i’bendi Sufi Center closely follow the model set by Mevlana Sheykh Nazim in Lefke, Cyprus with special attention on the lifestyle, discipline, and arts that are the heritage of the Caliphate of the Ottoman (OSMANLI) Empire. The activities include nightly sohbet and silent zikir. Loud zikir is held every Thursday night, with Juma Hutba and salat every Friday, in addition to communal prayers everyday especially for Maghrib and Fajr.
Special holy days such as Ramazan Bayrami and Kurban Bayrami are also celebrated, with the traditional sacrifice of sheep as in Kurban Bayrami. Other holy nights such as Mawlid, Ragaib, Baraat, Qadir, and Ashura are also celebrated with extra devotions. Special attention is given to the listening of sufic music in concert. Visitors, Muslim and non-Muslim alike are welcome to participate in all activities.
OSMANLI NAKŞI’BENDi DERGAHI
1663 WHEAT HILL ROAD
SIDNEY CENTER, NY 13839
NEW JERSEY DERGAH
940 Main Avenue
Passaic, New Jersey 07055
SOHBET & ZIKIR – FRIDAYS, 8:00 PM