Afghanistan - Naqshbandi Mujaddadi Tariqa

Discussion in 'Links' started by Mohammad Hassan Raza, Jan 6, 2013.

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  1. My father is from Afghanistan and yes Silsilah Naqshbandiyyah is very dominant there. Every Silsilah has its own beauty and I cannot help but admire them. I am from Silsilah Qadiriyyah Razawiyyah, because I preferred to be in it.
  2. Taalib-e-Ilm

    Taalib-e-Ilm Well-Known Member

    I read in malfuzat e ala hazrat that the qadri silsila is the most afdhal silsila
  3. chisti-raza

    chisti-raza Veteran

    Ala Hazrat's family were originally Naqshbandi. His grandfather was a major Naqshbandi shaykh.
  4. Wadood

    Wadood Veteran

    :s1: brothers,

    in Afghanistan, we have the naqshbandi mujaddadi tariqa and its branches as the most numerous grouping of tasawwuf. They dominate entire villages, towns, and sometimes cities from Herat province to Badakhshan, and from there to kandahar and zabol.

    The character of tasawwuf is very similar to that found on rural level in neighbouring Pakistan, and India. Though, the culture of Sunni Muslims in Afghanistan is deeply rooted in tasawwuf, as if it sprout out as a direct consequence of it. You will notice this if you study the pan-sunni culture present throughout the country, which also unites the various ethnicities.

    Among the greatest Sunni 'ulama in Afghanistan are shuyukh in these branches. In my opinion, they are among the greatest Sunni 'ulama present on earth. And they are in Afghanistan.


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