Shaik Abdul's

Shaik Abduljabbar

This SITE serves as a collage of memories and lessons captured from different books, lectures and my personal life. I am sharing my thoughts and feelings on an array of topics mostly concerning contemporary subjects and situations.I do not claim to be an expert in any of the things I write. My opinions are subject to change and open for discussion. Feel free to leave your comments and suggestions.

പ്രിയപ്പെട്ട വായനക്കാരെ ,
എന്‍റെ ബാവ (അബ്ബ നല്‍കിയ അറിവുകളും, എന്‍റെ സുഹ്രുത്തുക്കളില്‍ നിന്ന് കൈപ്പറ്റിയ വിവരങ്ങളും, ഗ്രന്ഥങ്ങള്‍, മീഡിയ, ഇന്‍റെര്‍നെറ്റ് എന്നിവയില്‍ നിന്നു ലഭിച്ചതും അവലംബിച്ചാണ് എഴുതുന്നത്. ഞാന്‍, എഴുതുന്ന വിഷയത്തിലൊ ഭാഷയിലൊ പണ്ടിതനല്ല. ആയതിനാല്‍ തെറ്റുകളും പാകപ്പിഴകളും കാണാം. അവ ചൂണ്ടിക്കാണിക്കുന്നവരോട്‌ എനിക്ക് ബഹുമാനമാണ്, തെറ്റ് തിരുത്തുക എന്നത് എന്‍റെ ബാധ്യതയുമാണ്.

സ്നേഹത്തോടെ .
ഷെയ്ഖ് അബ്ദുല്‍ ജബ്ബാര്‍

Shaik Abduljabbar

About me
Born and brought up in a family that has been renowned for its deep rooted connection with dhakhni culture and heritage. I completed my graduation from St. Joseph’s college, devagiri, Kozhikode in 1975.
My occupation there on has been in Education department as a govt. school teacher through
 employment service, in Muslim Educational Society, Kerala, as accountant, manager, auditor,
and in government service, educational department till retirement.
After retirement 
I got a job in Finsere Group of Companies as Branch Manager at Kozhikode and still continuing.
I have been an active worker of Dakhni Muslim Jama-ath, Calicut,
Liaison officer of All Kerala Dakhni Muslim Federation
 and  the Managing Trustee of Urdu Majlis Charitable Trust.
Serving as Adviser ,Manager,designer and Admin of various  websites and Facebook Groups.

My father Late Shaik Junus

My mother Late Beevijaan

My elder brother Late S.A.Gafoor

My father gave me an important piece of advice:(1971)

“Apnay bachoon ko apni madr-e-zaban sekhana – agar nahi sikhai tu aage zamaane may tum chahaye 1000 rupiya bhi kharach karo gay tua kuch hasil nahi hoga, aur wo apni zaban aisi nahi seekh sakaingay jaysay tum bachpan may sekhao gay”..

(If you don’t teach your children their mother tongue, then in the future, even if you spend 1000 rupees, you won’t achieve anything, and your children will never learn Urdu the way they would have learn it if you would have taught them when they were younger.)

Hence, his advice means the world to me, and I have always kept it close to my heart. My Bava (Abba) believes that culture is strongly associated with language, and we ought to do as much as we can to teach our young ones our language.

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