Urs is the death commemoration of a Sufi saint person in South Asia, generally held at the holy person's dargah. In most Sufi requests, for example, Naqshbandiyyah, Suhrawardiyya, Chishtiyya, Qadiriyya, and so forth the idea of Urs exists and is praised with eagerness.
The aficionados allude to their holy people as admirers of God, the adored. Urs ceremonies are for the most part performed by the overseers of the sanctum or the current Shaikh of the silsila. The festival of Urs ranges from Hamd to Naat and as a rule incorporates the singing of religious music, for example, qawwali. The festival additionally includes nourishment foods, bazaar, and different sorts of shops.