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Sunday, April 13, 2014

Sons of Hazrat Khwājā Imām Muhammad Ma’sūm Fārūqī Sirhindī Naqshbandī (RA)


son of Hazrat Khwājā Imām Muhammad Ma’sūm Fārūqī Sirhindī Naqshbandī -
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- حضرة شيخ محمد عبيد الله سرهندى
_ حضرة شيخ محمد صبغة الله سرهندى
- حضرة شيخ محمد سيف الدين سرهندى
-حضرة شيخ محمد صديق سرهندى
-- حضرة شيخ محمد تقشبند سرهندى
-- حضرة شيخ محمد اشرف سرهندى
1. Shaykh Muhammad Sibghatullāh Sirhindī, 1033-1122 AH, buried in Sirhind, India.
2. Hujjatullāh Shaykh Muhammad Naqshband Sirhindī, 1034-1115 AH, buried in Sirhind, India.
3. Khwaja Muhammad Ubaydullāh Sirhindī, 1038-1083 AH
4. Khwaja Muhammad Ashraf Sirhindī, 1043-1118 AH, buried in Sirhind, India
5. Khwaja Muhammad Saifuddīn Sirhindī, 1049-1096 AH, buried in Sirhind, India
6. Khwaja Muhammad Siddīq Sirhindi, 1059-1131 AH, buried in Sirhind, India.
Hazrat Khwājā Muhammad Ubaydullāh Sirhindī (1038-1083 AH) was the third son of Imam Muhammad Mas’ūm Fārūqī Sirhindī (1007-1079 AH) and one of the greatest masters of the Mujaddidi order of Sufism.
His title was Murawwij ash-Shar’iyyat (Establisher of the Shariah). He heard this title directly from Allah Almighty during Salah.
He was born in Rajab 1038 AH. He received Islamic education from his uncle Khwājā Muhammad Sa’īd Sirhindi (1005-1071 AH) and Mawlānā Badruddīn Sultānpurī.
He passed away on 19 Rabī al-Awwal 1083 AH on Friday. Before death, he said “As-Salāmu Alayka Ya Rasūl-Allāh” and then started Salah, and died in the Sajdāh (prostration).
Among his sons are the following:
1. Shaykh Muhammad Hādī Sirhindī, died on 12 Rabī al-Awwal 1123 AH
2. Shaykh Muhammad Pārsā Sirhindī
3. Shaykh Muhammad Sālim Sirhindī
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Hazrat Khwājā Muhammad Ubaydullāh Sirhindī (1038-1083 AH) was the third son of Imam Muhammad Mas’ūm Fārūqī Sirhindī (1007-1079 AH) and one of the greatest masters of the Mujaddidi order of Sufism.
His title was Murawwij ash-Shar’iyyat (Establisher of the Shariah). He heard this title directly from Allah Almighty during Salah.
He was born in Rajab 1038 AH. He received Islamic education from his uncle Khwājā Muhammad Sa’īd Sirhindi (1005-1071 AH) and Mawlānā Badruddīn Sultānpurī.
He passed away on 19 Rabī al-Awwal 1083 AH on Friday. Before death, he said “As-Salāmu Alayka Ya Rasūl-Allāh” and then started Salah, and died in the Sajdāh (prostration).
Among his sons are the following:
1. Shaykh Muhammad Hādī Sirhindī, died on 12 Rabī al-Awwal 1123 AH
2. Shaykh Muhammad Pārsā Sirhindī
3. Shaykh Muhammad Sālim Sirhindī
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Hazrat Khwājā Muhammad Ashraf Sirhindī (1043-1118 AH) was the fourth son of Imam Muhammad Ma’sūm Fārūqī Sirhindī (1007-1079 AH). He was one of the greatest masters of the Mujaddidi order of Sufism.
He was born in 1043 AH in Sirhind (India), and passed away on 28 Safar 1118 AH and was buried inside the shrine of his father in Sirhind.
Khwājā Muhammad Ashraf had four sons:
Shaykh Muhammad Ja’far Sirhindī
Shaykh Muhammad Hayāt Sirhindī
Shaykh Roohullāh Sirhindī
Miyān Shāh Sirhindī
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Hazrat Khwaja Muhammad Siddiq Sirhindi (1059-1131 AH) was the sixth and last son of Imam Muhammad Masoom Sirhindi (1007-1079 AH).
He was born in 1059 AH in Sirhind (India), and died on 5 Jamādā al-Awwal 1131 AH in Delhi and was buried in Sirhind.
Among his notable murids was the Mughal emperor Muhammad Shah Farrukh-Siyar.
He had two sons:
Shaykh Muhammad Mahdī Sirhindī

Shaykh Abdul Bāqī Sirhindī

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