Hazrat Mirza Sardar Baig Saheb r.a


The  shrine of Hazrat Mirza Sardar Baig Saheb  is located on Bhoiguda  street  in Hyderabad.  Hazrat Mirza Sardar Baig  was born on  the 10th  Muharram  in the 1226 Hijra Islamic calender  and his  father’s Name was Mirza Wahid Baig and who was a direct descendant of Hazrath Khawja Bahauddin Nashqband Bukhari. He was  migrated from Balaq to Hyderabad  and took shelter in a Mosque near Irani lane in Hyderabad. When Khawja Muhammed Ali Khairabadi  who was  a great Sufi saint of his time visited Hyderabad  then Hazrath Mirza Sardar Baig  was becoming his mureed (disciple) and later his Sheikh awarded him khilafat (caliphate). He was basically a caliph in Qadri and Chisti  Sufi orders. He was a great Sufi saint of Hyderabad  and a large number  of his mureeds (disciples) were becoming famous  as an Auliya Allah (pious personalities) of their times. His chain of caliphs is still active in Hyderabad.

Caliphs: His most famous and well known caliphs are as follows 1. Hazrat Mirza Muhammed Baig 2. Hazrat Mir Imdad Ali alawi .


He left this world  on 12 Jamadi al-Awwal in the year 1310 of  the Hijri Islamic calendar year.

Mausoleum. There is a beautiful Tomb constructed over his grave.

The Urs  (death anniversary).

    People from various walks of life, irrespective of caste and creed, assemble to celebrate the Urs (death anniversary) which takes place on the 12 Jamadi al-Awwal of Muslim calendar at the famous shrine (Dargah) of Hazrat Sardar Baig Saheb  in  Hyderabad every year. Several hundred thousand devotees from near and far, irrespective of religion and beliefs, gather  there to seek blessings.


    To write about this great  Sufi saint and master is not only it is difficult and but it is very hard task as he was a great pious personality of his time in the area of the Deccan (South India) and for a long time he was engaged in religious discourses, sermons, and spiritual training of the people and he  did also many great endeavours for the preaching and propagation work of Islam in Deccan  (South India) and around this region and there was no such personality during  his time.