Saadath Mohi-ud-din is the CEO and Founder of Kashmir's first Podcast App"Aao Unhe Yaad Karai-Waliv Tem Karhoukh Yaad" in which Kalam of Kashmiri Sufi Saints are being Podcasted Internationally to revive the Kashmiri Sufi literature and language. Saadath Mohi-ud-din has started a podcast named "Aao Unhe Yaad Karai-Waliv Tem Karhoukh Yaad" which targets advancing the Kashmiri language and Sufi Poetry.The point is to save the rich language and Sufi culture of Kashmir and draw the consideration of individuals, particularly youth, towards it," "There is nobody who has any interest in our primary language. At the point when we are avoiding our own language, ensuring our way of life is by all accounts troublesome. There will be no hints of our own language and culture if this methodology proceeds. That is the reason I am attempting to save the language and verse and advance it among individuals," he said. Now Saadath Mohi-ud-din is the First Podcaster from India which got its knowledge panel as a Podcaster.Saadath said his family is loving his work and feels pleased with his accomplishments. His father Gh. Mohi-ud-din Bhat stated, "When I see his work, I feel glad , however for quite a while, he has been attempting to put the Kashmiri language at the bleeding edge.
Individuals now and then have a feeling of inadequacy on the off chance that they talk in Kashmiri and Saadath however verse is urging individuals to communicate in the language."Saadath recently authored two books namely “Why online presence matters, it is time to make your online presence” and “Aao unhe yaad karai (Let’s recall them).” He says that both the books have been published recently and are yet to come in the market.“Aao unhe yaad karai” is all about Sufi poets and their poems especially the poems of Wahab Khar and Shamas Faqir- the Sufi poets of Kashmir,” says Saadath.Being a hard working student, his parents have always supported his decisions.“When I see his poetry, I feel proud. He has always been a good student, but for a long time, he has been trying to put the Kashmiri language at the forefront. People sometimes have an inferiority complex if they speak in Kashmiri and Sadath through poetry encourages people to speak the language,” said his father Ghulam Mohi-ud-din Bhat.Saadath is working for the podcast series from his own pocket money. He has employed a script writer, graphic designer and few others for the said podcast. “We approached J & K Tourism Department and Jammu and Kashmir Academy of Art Culture and Languages for support but we got no response from them. We request the government to support us,” appealed Saadath.In a message Saadath said that parents should guide their children and help them in learning Kashmiri language because every language has its own beauty and no language is superior than the other.