My feed is replete with #Alahazrat posts. سبحان الله. But why? Allah Says in 19:96: 'Indeed those who believed and did good deeds - the Most Gracious will appoint love for them.' (In the hearts of other believers). Sayyid Na'imuddin Muradabadi commentates: 'Meaning, He will make them His beloved and place their love in people's hearts. It is in Bukhari and Muslim, when Allah makes one His beloved, He Says to Jibril: so and so is my beloved - so Jibril begins to love that person and announces in the heavens: 'Allah loves this person so you all love him too.' So heaven-dwellers begin to love him and his acceptance becomes widespread in the world too. From this we learn that the widespread acceptance of pious believers and accomplished saints is a sign of their belovedness. Such as al-Ghawth al-Azam, Sultan Nizam al-Din Dihlawi and Hadrat Sultan Sayyid Ashraf Jahangir Simnani رضي الله عنهم and other accomplished friends of Allah - their acceptance is evidence of their belovedness.' (Khazayin al-Irfan) So the worldwide acclaim of Alahazrat is because he is a beloved of Allah.