ENTER THE REALM OF LEGENDS, MYTHS AND MYSTERIES
"When I make someone my beloved then I become his ears by which he hears, his eyes by which he sees, his hands by which he holds and his feet by which he walks." (Hadith Qudsi).
Cape Town is considered to be one of the most attractive cities in South Africa - with an ancient culture woven into a quilt of diversity. Its legacy, heritage and treasures are the garden of remembrance of the early labourers, called the Mardycka or Maredhika (implies freedom) as well as political exiles, banished by the Dutch to the Cape. They were men of wealth and influence who were great leaders. Some were also slaves. They originated from Indonesia, Malaysia, India, Arabia, Madagascar to name a few. Many of the holy leaders who were also sufis (spiritual path in Islam). The Sufi saints also called Kramats (miracle) added great value to the social system of the Cape Malay community as they brought a moral, ethic and spiritual conduct through Islam to the community in the Cape. The burial places of our Sufi forefathers are called Shrines and the circle of Kramats is believed by the Muslims today that they protect the people from natural disaster.
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