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Discussion in 'Siyar an-Nubala' started by Wasim, Jan 25, 2012.
As salaam alaykum
who is Badr e Millat rehmatullahi alaih ?
JazakAllah for correction. The incident that I mentioned refers most likely to 1979-1980.
1. Mawlana Muhammad Nizam ud-Din Balyavi
2. Mawlana Abd al-Rab Muradabadi
3. Mawlana Naeem Ullah Khan álayhir rahmah
4. Mawlana Mushtaq Ahmad Nizami
5. Mawlana Aashiq ur-Rehman
6. Mawlana ‘Abdul Quddus
1. Mawlana Abdul Waheed
2. Mawlana Abd al-Rab Muradabadi
3. Mawlana Muhammad Nizam ud-Din Balyavi
4. Mawlana Sayyid ‘Abbas ‘Alawi Maliki
5. Mawlana Mushtaq Ahmad Nizami
6. Mawlana Aashiq ur-Rehman
7. Mawlana Mudatthir Husayn Jaybi
8. Mawlana Qari Ne’matullah
Hudur Mujahid e Millah álayhir rahmah passed away on the 6th Jamadi al-aula 1401/13th March 1981.
Inna lilla hee wa inna ilayhi raaji’oon
Mujāhid e Millah álayhir rahmah was baya’ to Mawlana ‘Abd al-Kafi álayhir rahmah. They further gained ‘ijāza and khilafah from the following Shuyūkh,
1. Ḥujjat ul-Islam Mawlana Shah Ḥāmid Riḍā Khan al-Bareylwi
2. Shaykh ul-Mashaykh Mawlana Sayyid ‘Ali Ḥusayn Ashrafī Miyāñ Kichochwi
3. Khalifa e Alahazrat, Mawlana Diya’ ud-Din Muhajir Madanī
4. Mawlana Hakim Muhammad Ahsan
Mujāhid e Millah's love for Hujjah al-Islam
The love of Mujāhid e Millah with Hujjah al-Islam Mawlana Ḥāmid Riḍā Khan álayhir rahmah was such that whenever he heard the name Ḥāmid, Mujāhid e Millah would bow their head. (pp. 112)
It is stated in Ḥayāt e Ḥāfiz e Millat, that Mujāhid e Millat performed their first Hajj and ziyara at the age of 19, 1341. The second time in 1955, third 1959, forth 1973, fifth 1974, the sixth 1979 in which they were arrested and sent back, and the final Hajj and ziyara was in 1980. (check pp. 113)
They were also blessed with two visitations to Baghdad Sharif in 1954 and 1980.
My information is slightly different and I could be wrong. I have heard from my elders that Huzoor Mujahid-e-Millat (alayhirahma) on his 1973 hajj trip, refused to pray behind the salafis. He was tortured and made to stand in desert sun for hours. He was unable to complete his hajj that year.
Next year Saudis had their whole machinery on full alert to prevent Mujahid-e-Millat from performing hajj. Despite the tightest security, he still managed to enter Saudi unnoticed and perform his hajj (this time without any interference). Such was the grace of Allah (azza wajal) on him.
Couple of years back, Razvi Kitab Ghar, Delhi published a special commemorative Mujahid-e-Millat number with over 500 pages in A3 size.
More information on the students of Sadr as-Shari'a rahimahullah can be found in hayat e hafiz e millat
short biography on Mujahid e Millat
His name is Maulana Shah Muhammad Habeebur Rahman. He was born
during Subah Sadiq on a Saturday, the 8
of Muharram 1322 in
Dhaamnagar India. Hazrat Maulana Shah Abdul Manaan gave him the
name Habeebur Rahmaan. He is a direct descendant of Hazrat Sayyiduna
Abbas , the uncle of the Holy Prophet Muhammad .
His family had initially enrolled him at and English school, even though he
had no enthusiasm for this. Hazrat was nine years old, when his father
passed away. He thus divorced himself from secular education and
commenced Islamic studies.
He attained his early education at home. He later enrolled at Madressa
Subhania in Ilahabad, and later in Jaamia Mueenia in Ajmer, where he
attained knowledge under the distinguished tutorship of teachers like
Maulana Naeemudeen Muradabaadi , who was the Khalifa of A’la
Hazrat , and the commentator of the “Kanzul Imaan” by A’la Hazrat .
After graduating, he taught for some time at Jamia Naeemia Muradabad,
which was the Madressa of Maulana Naeemudeen Muradabaadi . He was
later appointed as the Principal of Madressa Subhania in 1934, where he
taught Hadith, Tafseer and various other subjects. He was particularly well
versed in the field of logistics and philosophy.
He was an Allah fearing and pious personality. He kept fast from the age of
nine, and was always in the remembrance of Allah. He was very kind, and
gentle. He always cared for the downtrodden and the destitute. He used to
travel India spreading the teachings of the Maslake Ahle Sunnat in a very
humble and beautiful way.
Giving Muslims advice on the issues of Aqida and Deen was his most liked
action. He founded a string of Institutes and Organizations throughout
India. He was blessed with deep political and social knowledge. He gained
blessings from great Scholars like Ashrafi Mia, Qutbe Madinah and his
Spiritual Master, Hujjatul Islam . He was blessed with journeying for
Hajj on various occassions.
His first Hajj was in 1341 Hijri, second in 1955, third in 1959, forth in
1973, fifth in 1974, and in 1979, he was arrested by the Saudis and
deprived of Hajj for not praying Salaah behind them. He was also blessed
with the Ziyaarah of Baghdad Shareef twice.
He passed away at 5.45pm on a Friday, the 6
of Jamaadil Ulaa 1401 Hijri
March 1981 in Bombay. His Mazaar is in Orissa, India.
The Names of a few of his famous Khulafa are as follows:
1. Hazrat Maulana Zahoor Hussaam
2. Hazrat Maulana Abdul Waheed Oriswi
3. Hazrat Maulana Abdur Rab Muradabadi
4. Hazrat Maulana Naeemullah Khan
5. Hazrat Maulana Sayyid Abbas Alawi Makki
6. Hazrat Maulana Mushtaq Ahmad Nizami (Author of Khoon ki Asoo)
an incident involving Muhadith e Kabeer and Mujahid e Millat
In Banaras, U.P, India, A Munazarah took place between the Ahl-e-Sunnah and the Ahl-e-Hadeeth. Huzoor Mujaahid-e-Millah, Allama Arshad Al-Qadri and mufti Shareef Al-Haq were present in Banaras to debate for the Ahle Sunnah. Allama Sahib was very young and was at home in Ghosi. He was not supposed to be taking part in the Munaazarah, however, the three previous mentioned great Ulema decided to call Allama Sahib, they felt a need for his presence. Remember Allama Sahib was very young at this time. Allama Sahib had to leave Ghosi straight away, he travelled in a local train, standing all the way tillBanaras. He was chosen by the Ahle Sunnah Ulema to be the Munaazir from the Ahle Sunnah side. He debated, and finally Ahle Sunnah won the munaazarah. Huzoor Mujaahid-e-Millah said after the Munaazarah astonished by Allama Sahib's level of understanding the uloom of Hadith, "Surely Mowlana Zia Al-Mustafa is not only a Muhaddith but is Muhaddith-e-Kabeer". This was the very Munazarah because of which Allama Sahib is called, "Faatih-e-Banaras".
a story narrated by my shaykh Muhadith al-Kabeer that after the passing of Ala Hazrat radi Allah hu Anhu, sadrush shariah was very upset and he was crying, and he went sleep leaning against a tree, when he was sleeping, Ala hazrat came in Sadrush Shariahs dream and said, why are you sleeping? There is still a lot of work to be done and he gave him papers in his dream, when Sadrush Shariah woke up, the papers were in his hands!
in the words of Muhammad Mian Baksh
Wali Allah dey mardey nahi kardey parda poshi,
Kee hoya jey dunyaa uton tur gaye naal khamoshi.
The saints (favorites of Allah) do not die, they just hide behind the veil,
So what if they leave the world silently?
glad to be of use!
After reading the awe-inspiring, captivating biography of Sayyiduna Amjad 'Ali 'Aadhami raDyAllahu 'anhu posted by brother Taalib-e-Ilm above, last night, i had a very beautiful and amazing dream.
There was a lot of tranquility in the heart and soothing happiness.
He used to travel from his native city to 'Aadhamgarh by foot, and then onwards by camel carriage. subHanAllah
I tried posting the whole article on here but it never let me.
so here's the biography of Sadrush Shariah [alay hir rahma]
Yes, they are adjacent to each other.
is there a detailed biography of Sadr al Shari'ah please. Are Manzar e Islam and Mazhar e Islam from the same city of Bareilly Shareef?
this is what mawlana abu zohra rizwi [manchester] wrote:
Imam Baraylawi established Jamia Manzar al-Islam from where hundreds of leading scholars graduated and this school is over 100 years old. His younger son, Mufti-e-A’zam Hind, inaugurated Jamia Mazhar al-Islam Bareilly which continued the same mission. His student and khalifa, Mawlana Amjad Ali A’zami undertook such revolutionary work in the field of teaching and education that there is no example that can equal it in the past century. Here, I will only mention his elite students and the educational establishments that they initiated:
Muhaddith-e-A’zam Pakistan Mawlana Sardar Ahmad Qadri Ridawi – founder, Jamia Ridawiyyah Mazhar al-Islam, Faisalabad
Hafiz-e-Millat Mawlana Abdul Aziz Muhaddith Mubarakpuri – founder, al-Jami’at al-Ashrafia, Mubarakpur
Imam al-Nahw Allama Sayyid Ghulam Jilani Meeruti – Madrasa Arabiya Islamiya, Meerut
Munazir-e-A’zam Mawlana Hashmat Ali Khan Lakhnawi – Daru’l Ulum Hashmat al-Rida, Pilibhit
Mawlana Taqaddus Ali Khan Baraylawi – founder and Shaykh al-Jamia Jamia Rashidya, Pir Jo Goth, Sindh
Mujahid-e-Millat Mawlana Habib al-Rahman – founded numerous schools
Allama Abdul Mustafa Azhari – founder, Jamia Amjadiya, Karachi
Mawlana Waqar al-Din – Jamia Amjadiya, Karachi
Allama Ghulam Yazdani – Shaykh al-Hadith, Jamia Manzar al-Islam, Bareilly
Allama Abdul Mustafa A’zami
Mufti Muhammad Khalil Khan Barkati – founder, Daru’l Ulum Ahsan al-Barakat, Hyderabad, Sindh
Shams al-Ulama Mawlana Qadi Shams al-Din Jaunpuri – founder of numerous schools
Mufti Rafaqat Husain – Mufti-e-A’zam Kanpur
Every name in this list is a shining star and each of them served the field of education and teaching such that whole books can be written about them. However, I will detail only three of Sadru’sh Shari’ah’s select students – Muhaddith-e-A’zam Pakistan, Hafiz-e-Millat Mubarakpuri and Imam al-Nahw Sayyid Ghulam Jilani Meeruti. I will list their notable students so that one can determine whether or not, through these scholars, the blessings of Imam Baraylawi in the field of education are worldwide.
The notable students of Muhaddith-e-A’zam Pakistan Mawlana Sardar Ahmad Faisalabadi:
Faqih-e-A’zam Hind Mufti Sharif al-Haq Amjadi – head of Daru’l Ifta’, Jamia Ashrafia, Mubarakpur
Mawlana Tahsin Rida Khan Baraylawi – Shaykh al-Hadith, Jami’at al-Rida, Bareilly
Allama Abdul Mustafa Azhari – founder, Jamia Amjadia, Karachi
Shaykh al-Hadith Mawlana Ghulam Rasul Ridawi – founder, Jamia Nizamiya Ridawiyyah, Lahore
Mufti Abdul Qayyum Hazarwi – founder, Tanzim al-Madaris, Pakistan
Abu’l Hasanat Allama Muhammad Ashraf Siyalwi
Hafiz-e-Bukhari Allama Sayyid Muhammad Jalal al-Din – founder, Daru’l Ulum Bhikki Sharif
Allama InayatAllah Shah – Munazir of Ahlu’s Sunnah
Abu’l Ma’ani Muhammad Mu’in al-Din Shafi’i
Mufti Muhammad Amin – founder, Jamia Aminiya, Faisalabad
Mawlana Sayyid Muhammad Hasin al-Din Shah – founder, Jamia Ridawiyyah Diya’ al-Ulum, Rawalpindi
Allama Fayz Ahmad Uwaysi – founder, Jamia Uwaysiya, Bahawalpur
Mufti Mujib al-Islam A’zami
Allama Abdul Qadir Ahmadabadi – founder, Jamia Qadriya, Faisalabad
Mawlana Abu Da’ud Muhammad Sadiq – patron, monthly Raza-e-Mustafa, Gujranwala
Sharih al-Hadith and Mufassir al-Qur’an Allama Ghulam Rasul Sa’idi
Allama Abdul Mustafa A’zami, Ghosi
Mawlana Ihsan al-Haq, Faisalabad
Mawlana Muhammad Ibrahim Khushtar Siddiqi – founder, Sunni Ridawi Society International
The notable students of Hafiz-e-Millat Mawlana Shah Abdul Aziz Muhaddith Mubarakpuri:
Allama Badr al-Din Ahmad Ridawi
Ra’is al-Qalam Allama Arshad al-Qadri – founder, Jamia Fayz al-Ulum, Jamshedpur; Jamia Hadrat Nizam al-Din Awliya, Delhi
Imam al-Ma’qulat Mawlana Hafiz Abdul Ra’uf Balyawi
Bahr al-Ulum Mufti Abdul Mannan A’zami
Shaykh al-Islam Allama Sayyid Muhammad Madani Ashrafi – founder, Muhaddith-e-A’zam Mission
Mufakkir-e-Islam Allama Qamar al-Zaman A’zami – founder, al-Jami’at al-Islamiya, Ronahi
Allama Muhammad Ahmad Misbahi – principal, al-Jami’at al-Ashrafia, Mubarakpur
Allama Yasin Akhtar Misbahi – founder, Daru’l Qalam, Delhi
Allama Badr al-Qadri – Islamic Academy, The Hague
Dr. Jalal al-Din Ahmad Nuri – Karachi University
Muhaddith-e-Kabir Allama Diya’ al-Mustafa A’zami – Jamia Amjadiya Ridawiyyah, Ghosi
can abu Hasan or brother Aqdas not compile a list of huzur Sadrush Shariahs (radi Allah hu anhu) students?
Apologies for digression. The above link that I posted on Huzur Mujahid-e-Millat (alayhi rahma) also has information on another awliya, Baba Bukhari (rahmatullah alayhi).
One can notice the very odd shape of the mazaar sharif (see the pic with pink chadar laden mound). Legend has it that Baba Bukhari was so engrossed in muraqaba that his body was covered by termites and it turned into a termite mound. His devotees decided to cover that with sheet (chadar) and that became his resting place (mazar sharif).
That's legend, what's the fact then? One of our very close family friends, who is a Qadri pir, informed us about the real state of mazar sharif. Since he was very close to the mutawallis of Kaipadar sharif, he was invited to attend a private annual ritual when the chadar is removed and maintenance is done. Lo and behold, he found that Baba Bukhari is still sitting in the posture of muraqaba, with his body in normal state and not a single trace of termite on his body; his nails and hair are trimmed regularly. Such is the status of the Awliya Allah!
...and salafis/deobandis believe that the Prophets (alayhis salam) are reduced to dust (maazAllah)!
this always amazes me. both of these leading scholars were students of sadru'sh shari'a a'zami raHimahullah!
he is certainly the greatest mudarris in the last 100 years to have students of this calibre.