Hazrat Khwaja Muhammad Naqshband Sirhindi rahmatullāhi alaihi

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Hazrat Khwaja Muhammad Naqshband Sirhindi rahmatullāhi alaihi :
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Laqab :
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Hujjatullāh (Proof of Allāh).

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Aap ki wilaadat 1034 Hijri (1624 A.D.) me hui.

Aap ke waalid ka naam Hazrat Khwaja Muhammad Ma’asoom bin Hazrat Mujaddid e alfe ṡaani Imaam Shaikh Ahmad Sirhindi al-Faarooqi rahmatullāhi alaihi hai.

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Aap ne apne waaild Hazrat Khwaja Muhammad Ma’asoom, apne chacha Hazrat Khwaja Muhammad Saeed Sirhindi aur deegar ulama se ta’aleem haasil ki.

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Aap ko 2 martaba Hajje Baitullāh ki sa’adat haasil hui.

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Aap akṡar mughal lashkar me rehkar sipaahiyo aur saalaaro ko taaleem wa naseehat farmaate. Bahot saare sipaahi Aap ke mureed the.

Aap ne Mughal baadshaah Hazrat Aurangzeb ko kai khat likhe the.

Maulana Imaad-ud-deen Muhammad ne ‘Manktubaat’ me Aap ke 128 khato ko jama kiya hain.

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Aap ke pote aur khalifa Khwaja Muhammad Zubair bayaan karte hain ke
‘Ek martaba Aap shadeed beemaar the aur apne ghar me baithe the. Itne me ek imaama pehna hua shakhs aaya (jo ek farishta tha) aur aap se kaha ke ‘ALLĀH ta’ala ne Aap ko Salaam bheja hai.’ Aap ne sar uthaaya aur us se farmaaya ‘Allāhumma antas salaam wa minkas salaam tabaarak yă zul-jalaali wal ikaraam.’

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Aap ke saahabzaade :
(1) Shaikh Abul A’alā (Wisaal 1107 Hijri)
(2) Shaikh Muhammad Umar
(3) Shaikh Muhammad Kaazim.

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Aap Hazrat Khwaja Muhammad Ma’asoom Naqshbandi Sirhindi rahmatullāhi alaihi ke mureed hain.
Aur ‘Naqshbandi Mujaddidi’ silsile ke Shaikh hain.

Aap ke khulfa :
(1) Shaikh Muhammad Zubair bin Shaikh Abul A’alā Sirhindi rahmatullāhi alaihi
(2) Shaikh Abul Khair Burhanpuri rahmatullāhi alaihi
(3) Shaikh Ziyā-ud-deen Yousuf Mujaddidi Sirhindi bin Khwaja Yahyā rahmatullāhi alaihi
(4) Shaikh Abdul Kareem rahmatullāhi alaihi
(5) Shaikh Haaji Abdullāh rahmatullāhi alaihi.

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Aap ka wisaal 9 Moharram 1115 Hijri (14 May 1703 A.D.) ko 80 saal ki umr me hua.

Aap ka mazaar Sirhind (Punjab) me hai.

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Aazaadi aur taqseem e mulk ke waqt fasaad ke dauraan kuchh muslim Aap ke mazaar me panaah li thi. kuchh sikh ne un ko maarne ke liye hamla kiya. Magar jaise hi wo sikh dargaah ke qareeb aaye dargaah ke minaar tootkar un par gire. Jis se darkar wo sab waha se bhaag gaye.

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ALLĀH ta’ala us ke Habeeb sallallāhu alaihi wa sallam ke sadqe me
Aur Hazrat Khwaja Muhammad Naqshband Sirhindi rahmatullāhi alaihi aur tamaam Auliya Allāh ke waseele se
Sab ko mukammal ishq e Rasool ata farmae aur Sab ke Eimaan ki hifaazat farmae aur Sab ko nek amal karne ki taufiq ata farmae.
Aur Sab ko dunya wa aakhirat me kaamyaabi ata farmae aur Sab ki nek jaa’iz muraado ko puri farmae.
Aameen.

 

Shaykh Muhammad Naqshband Sirhindi (1034-1115 AH)

Hadhrat Shaykh Muhammad Naqshband Mujaddidī Sirhindī alias Hujjat-Allāh (1034-1115 AH) was the second son of Imam Muhammad Ma’sūm Fārūqī Sirhindī (1007-1079), may Allah be pleased with them both. He was born in the month of Dhu al-Qa’dā 1034 AH. His name was chosen to be Muhammad Naqshband and he was often called Naqshband Sānī (Naqshband the second). He was usually called with his title Hujjatullāh (proof of Allah).

He learned Islamic sciences from the finest scholars of that time, including his uncle Khwaja Muhammad Sa’eed Sirhindi, who would often say that he comes not to learn but to teach (refering to his exceptional learning abilities and extraordinary comments on classical Islamic texts). He would even engage in scholarly debates with his teachers, which could last for many hours.

He was spiritually trained by his father and was given complete Ijazah (authority) in the Mujaddidi tariqah. According to most sources, he was the third Qayyūm in the line of Qayyūmiyah, the highest rank of sainthood and spiritual mastery.

He was known to be a shaykh of the military, as he used to live in the Mughal army and was a spiritual master of many soldiers and commanders.

He performed Hajj twice, second time in about 1095 AH.

He used to say that I often receive Ilhām (divine words) that I have forgiven your friends (his followers).

Once he raised his head from Muraqibah and said, Hazrat Musa (alaih-is-salām) has come.

His grandson and spiritual successor Khwaja Muhammad Zubair Sirhindi narrates, that once Khwaja Hujjatullah was sitting in his home and was quite ill. An angel appeared in its real form, wearing a turban, and said to him that Allah has sent Salām to you. He raised his face and saw the angel with his physical eyes, and replied with the following words:

اللهم انت السلام و منک السلام تبارک يا ذالجلال والاکرام

He passed away to the eternal world on 9 Muharram 1115 AH (14 May 1703) at the age of 80, and was buried in Sirhind (India).

Among his sons are the following:

  1. Shaykh Abul-A’lā Sirhindī, died during the life of his father in 1106 or 1107 AH. He was the father of the fourth Qayyūm Shaykh Muhammad Zubair Sirhindī.
  2. Shaykh Muhammad Umar Sirhindī, died a few years after his father
  3. Shaykh Muhammad Kāzim Sirhindī, died a few years after his father in Hyderabad (India)

His letters (Maktūbāt) in Persian were collected by Maulānā Imāduddīn Muhammad, and were first published in 1963 by Dr. Ghulam Mustafa Khan from Hyderabad (Pakistan). This collection includes 128 letters which are of higher importance, though some more letters exist in the original manuscript. 

Many of these letters were written to the great Mughal emperor Aurangzeb who was a sincere follower of the Mujaddidi family of Sufi masters. Urdu translation of these letters has recently been published and will soon be digitized by Maktabah Mujaddidiyah.

Among his deputies were the following:

  1. His chief deputy was his grandson Hadhrat Shaykh Muhammad Zubair Mujaddidī Sirhindī who is often regarded as the fourth Qayyūm.
  2. Shaykh Abul-Khair Burhānpurī, who was son of Shaykh Abul-Muzaffar Burhānpurī the deputy of Imām Muhammad Ma’sūm Sirhindī.
  3. Shaykh Ziyā ad-Dīn Yūsuf Mujaddidī Sirhindī ibn Khwāja Yahyā ibn Imām Rabbānī
  4. Shaykh Abd al-Karīm
  5. Shaykh Hājī Abd-Allāh

Sources

  1. Maqāmāt-i Ma’sūmi (Persian), by Mir Safar Ahmad Masoomi, Urdu translation by Muhammad Iqbal Mujaddidi, published in 2004 by Zia-ul-Quran Publications, Lahore
  2. Wasīlat-ul-Qubool (Persian, letters of Khwaja Hujjatullah), published in 1963 by Dr. Ghulam Mustafa Khan

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