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Sarwari Qadri Chain

The Sarwari Qadri order reaches from Prophet Mohammad to umma through Shaikh Abdul Qadir Jilani. Basically, Sarwari means ‘leader’ and it certainly refers to the Holy Prophet Mohammad, hence it shows association with him. Whereas, Qadri means ‘all-powerful’ and it mainly shows association with Shaikh Abdul Qadir Jilani. When this order eventually reached Sultan Bahoo, he markedly spread it in the subcontinent. Presently, Sultan ul Ashiqeen Sultan Mohammad Najib-ur-Rehman is the Shaikh (spiritual leader and guide) of this order. The chain (Shajra-e-Faqr) of Sarwari Qadri order till Sultan ul Ashiqeen Sultan Mohammad Najib ur Rehman is given below:

  1. Prophet Mohammad

  2. Ali ibn Abi Talib

  3. Shaikh Hasan of Basra
  4. Shaikh Habib Ajmi
  5. Shaikh Dawud Tai
  6. Shaikh Maroof Karkhi
  7. Shaikh Sirri Saqti
  8. Shaikh Junayd of Baghdad
  9. Shaikh Jafar Abu Bakr Shibli
  10. Shaikh Abdul Aziz bin Hars bin Asad Tamimi
  11. Shaikh Abu-al-Fazal Abdul Wahid Tamimi
  12. Shaikh Mohammad Yousaf Abu-al-Farrah Tartusi
  13. Shaikh Abu Al-Hasan Ali Bin Mohammad Qureshi Hankari
  14. Abu Saeed Mubarak Makhzoomi
  15. Al-Ghawth al-Azam Shaikh Abdul Qadir Jilani
  16. Shaikh Sayyid Abdul Razzaq Jilani
  17. Shaikh Sayyid Abdul Jabbar Jilani
  18. Shaikh Sayyid Mohammad Sadiq Yahya
  19. Shaikh Sayyid Najmuddin Burhan Puri
  20. Shaikh Sayyid Abdul Fattah
  21. Shaikh Sayyid Abdul Sattar
  22. Shaikh Sayyid Abdul Baqqa
  23. Shaikh Sayyid Abdul Jaleel
  24. Shaikh Sayyid Abdul Rehman Jilani Dehlvi
  25. Sultan ul Arifeen Sultan Bahoo

  From Sultan Bahoo onwards, the order continues to date as;

26.    Sultan-ul-Tarikeen Sultan Sayyid Mohammad Abdullah Shah Madni Jilani

Sultan Sayyid Mohammad Abdullah Shah was born in Madina on 29th Ramadan, 1186 Hijri (24 December, 1772). Actually, he was the great grandson of spiritual guide of Sultan Bahoo. Sayyid Abdullah Shah lived in Madina till the age of fifty-two years. Moreover, for almost twelve years he served at the tomb of Holy Prophet specifically to attain Faqr. He afterwards migrated to Pakistan (then India) at the order of Holy Prophet. There, he went to the shrine of Sultan Bahoo and finally got Divine Trust of Faqr from him. Later on, he settled in Ahmedpur East and thence spread the bounty of Ism-e-Allah Zaat among common Muslims. He died on 29th Ramadan 1276 Hijri (20 April, 1860). His shrine is in Ahmedpur East.

In order to read his detailed biography, please visit:

https://www.sultan-bahoo.com/sultan-ul-tarikeen-sayyid-mohammad-abdullah-shah-madni-jilani/

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  1. Sultan-ul-Sabireen Sultan Pir Mohammad Abdul Ghafoor Shah Hashmi Qureshi

Pir Mohammad Abdul Ghafoor Shah was born in Dera Ghazi Khan, Pakistan (then India) on 9th July, 1827 (14th Dhul al-Hijjah, 1242 Hijri). For about nine years, he remained in the service of his spiritual guide Sayyid Abdullah Shah. Then got Divine Trust from him and thereupon started guiding people on path to Allah. He died on 21st February, 1910 (10th Safar, 1328 Hijri). His shrine is in Mud Sharif near Jhung, Pakistan.

In order to read his detailed biography, please visit:

www.sultanulfaqr.com/pir-abdul-ghafoor-shah

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28.   Shahbaz-e-Arifaan Sultan Pir Sayyid Mohammad Bahadur Ali Shah Kazmi al-Mashhadi

He was born on 16th August, 1801 AD (5th Rabi’ ath-Thani, 1216 Hijri) in Shorkot, Jhung Pakistan (then India).  He spent about forty years of his life at the shrine of Sultan Bahoo who especially blessed this pure soul. Eventually, on his order, he took aoth of allegiance at the hand of Pir Abdul Ghafoor Shah. Hence, got Divine trust from him and afterwards spent his entire life in guiding seekers of Allah on Divine path. He died on 27th February, 1934 (14th Dhul al-Qadah, 1352 Hijri). His shrine is in Jhung Pakistan.

In order to read his detailed life history, please visit:

www.sultanulfaqr.com/pir-syed-bahadur-ali-shah

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29.   Sultan-ul-Auliya Sultan Mohammad Abdul Aziz

Sultan Abdul Aziz was born on 12th March, 1911 (12th Rabi al-awwal 1329 Hijri) in Garh Maharaja, Jhung Pakistan. He uniquely belonged to the family of Sultan Bahoo.  He died on 12th April, 1981 (7th Jumada ath-thani 1401 Hijri) and his shrine is near the shrine of Sultan Bahoo in Jhung, Pakistan.

In order to read his detailed life history, please visit:

www.sultanulfaqr.com/sultan-mohammad-abdul-aziz

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30.   Sultan-ul-Faqr VI Sultan Mohammad Asghar Ali

Born on 14th August, 1947 (27th Ramadan, 1366 Hijri) in Garh Maharaja, Jhung Pakistan. He also belonged to the family of Sultan Bahoo and was the son of Sultan Mohammad Abdul Aziz. Furthermore, he held the most esteemed status of sixth Sultan-ul-Faqr. He died on 26th December, 2003 (2nd Dhul al-Qadah, 1424 Hijri). His shrine is on the right side of his father’s shrine in Jhung, Pakistan.

In order to read his detailed life history, please visit:

www.sultanulfaqr.com/sultan-mohammad-asghar-ali

www.tehreekdawatefaqr.com/biography

31.   Sultan-ul-Ashiqeen Sultan Mohammad Najib-ur-Rehman

Born on 19th August, 1959 (14 Safar 1379 Hijri) in Chishtian, District Bahawalnagar, Pakistan. Presently, he adorns the throne of 31st Shaikh of Sarwari Qadri order.

In order to read about him in detail, please visit:

www.sultan-ul-ashiqeen.com

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