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Discussion in 'Siyar an-Nubala' started by mazhar_rk, Oct 29, 2009.
srry brother i cant get u what do u mean by that.
The aforementioned origin of title "Naqshband" appears spurious. Either the article is lifted straight from wikipedia or both wiki and above website are edited by the same author.
From what I have heard, the title "Naqshband" owes its origin to the fact that the "naqsh" (the perfect engraving of Allah's Name) couldn't be imprinted on Khwaja Sayyidna Baha’uddin's :ra: heart. Only when he turned to face Baghdad and Ghawth al-Azam Sayyidina Abdul Qadir Jilani :ra: placed his own hand on Sayyidna Baha’uddin's heart, did the naqsh finally get perfected.
This is strange to include the highlighted name in red:
"Hazrat Shah Abdul Aziz Dhelvi(rahmatullah alaih) is a grt muhadis of his time and has taught hadees shareef to many great personalities like ....
Haji Waris Pak,
Mawlana Sayyid Shah Al'e Rasul Qadri Barkati Marahrawi
Sayyad Ahmad Barelwi"
JZK for this. Interesting.
Just a question cropped up in my mind. I have become acquainted with someone who is from Saudi Arabia, who says their lineage comes from Hadhrat Abu Hurayrah RA............are they also known by any specific Tariqa/Silsila title etc? I believe the surname to be Al-Zahrani.....if that helps.
visit the link below to read mostly all the major silsila-e-tariqat: