Hazrat Sayyid Sahib Husayni Qaderi Hyderabad r.a

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Name

His name was Syed Sahib Qaderi. As he used his poetic name as Husayni so for this reason he became famous and well known with Hazart Sayyid Sahib Husayin Qaderi. Hazrat Sayyid Sāhib Ḥusayni (Urdu: ﺳﻴﺪ ﺻﺎﺣﺐ ﺣﺳﻴﻨﻰ‎) (born 1805 – died January 9, 1880), was a famous Sufi saint from Hyderabad State, India and had a great influence over spiritual developments in the Deccan area. He belonged to Qadiri Sufi Order and he was a great proponent of the concept of Wahdat al-Shuhood (unity of divine manifestation). Sahib Ḥusayni was a murid (disciple) of the noted Sufi saint of Hyderabad  Hazrat Shah Muhammad Maroof Shahidullah Farooqui Chisti Qadiri and who also belonged to the Qadiri Order. Sayyid Sahib Ḥusayni  was born in Tekmal village  in 1805A.D. His father was Sayyid Abdur Razzaq who was also initiated into the Qadiri Order. They  lived during the period of the King  Mir Akbar Ali Khan Sikander Jah, Asaf Jah III of Hyderabad State.As per the family genealogy  preserved in the family records, Sayyid Sahib Ḥusayni was a direct descendent of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) through his daughter  Fatima (R.A.) and Ali Ibn Abi Talib (R.A.).  The famous Sufi saint Shaikh Abdul Qadir Gilani who was descended in the thirteenth line of generation and  who  was founded the Qadiri Order and Sayyid Sahib Ḥusayni is his direct descendent. Sayyid Sahib Ḥusayni belongs to the 41th generation after  Fatima (R.A.).

Genealogical record   

    Sayyid sahib Husayni is a direct descendent of the prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). His family lineage is as follows which also indicates how his ancestors migrated to India and eventually to Tekmal. He was connected with Hazrat Sheikh Abdul Quader Jilani in the 28th generation and he was also related to prophet Mohammed (peace be upon him) in the 41th generation. Sayyid Sahib Ḥusayni is a direct descendent of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).The genealogical record is as follows.

 
1.    Fatimah, daughter of Prophet Muhammad, died 632

2.    Hasan Ibn Ali, died 670

3.    Hasan al-Muthanna

4.    Abdallah Mahidh

5.    Musa Al-Jun

6.    Abdullah Thani

7.    Musa Thani

8.    Dawud

9.    Muhammad

10.Yahya Zahid

     11.Abdallah

     12.Abu Saleh Musa

    13.Abdul Qadir Gilani, 1077–1166

    14.Sayyid Tajuddin Abdur Razzaq Qadiri, 1135–1207 moved Syria

    15.Sayyid Abu Saleh Imaduddin Nasar Qadiri, died 1236

    16.Sayyid Abu Nasar Shamsuddin Qadiri, died 1259

    17.Sayyid Abdullah Qadiri

    18.Sayyid Ibrahim Qadiri Allahabadi, moved to Allahabad, India in  

       middle of  the 4th century during the reign of Firuz ShahTughlaq

    19.Sayyid Jafar Qadiri

    20.Sayyid Muhammad Qadiri

    21.Sayyid Abdul Ghaffar Qadiri

    22.Sayyid Muhammad Qadiri

    23.Sayyid Abdur Ra’uf Qadiri

    24.Sayyid Abdul Wahhab Qadiri

    25.Sayyid Quresh Qadiri

    26.Sayyid Abul Fatah Hidayatullah Qadiri

    27.Sayyid Sultan UL Muwahhidin Qadiri

    28.Sayyid Hameed Qadiri

    29.Sayyid Abdul Malik Qadiri

    30.Sayyid Umar Qadiri

    31.Sayyid Ahmad Qadiri

    32.Sayyid Ali Mas`ud Qadiri

    33.Sayyid Awliya Qadiri

    34.Sayyid Abul Hasan Qadiri

    35.Sayyid Ahmad Qadiri

    36.Sayyid Jamalullah Qadiri Ilahabadi

    37.Sayyid Abdul Wahid Qadiri, died in the year 1715A.D. at

     Jogipet ( He was migrated to Hyderabad Deccan in 1702).

    38.Sayyid Shukrullah Qadiri, died 1745 at Tekmal

    39.Sayyid Abdul Wahid Sani Qadiri, died 1800 at Tekmal

    40.Sayyid Abdur Razzaq Qadiri, died 1823 at Tekmal

    41.Sayyid Sahib Husayni Qadiri, 1805-1880 at Tekmal
 
 
 Birth

He was born in the year 1219 Hijrah corresponding to the year 1805 A.D. in the village Tekmal in Medak district of Hyderabad.His father’s name is Hazrat Syed Abdul Razzak Qaderi and his forefathers were migrated to India 700 years ago from the foreign land. His forefathers were first settled down in Punjab province then  they moved to Allahabad and  from there  upon spending 350 years in the North India  they were migrated towards the Hyderabad Deccan. The grave of Hazrat Syed Shukerullah Qaderi and his son Syed Abdul Wahed Qader Thani and his son Syed Abdul Razzak Qaderi’s graves are available in the Takiya Dargah Sharif area in Tekmal village. Also  the mausoleum of Hazrat Syed Sahib Husayni Qaderi is situated in Tekmal village.

     Sahib Ḥusayni moved to Hyderabad city at the age of 14 to pursue his higher education and remained there for a period of five years despite of financial problems and difficulties there. He was determined to acquire the knowledge of religious and worldly sciences. In the year 1824A.D. he was forced to return back to Tekmal town  due to illness and death of his father. At that time when he  was realized that he had not been able to acquire the knowledge of spiritual awareness from his father who was very advanced in these matters.

     Sayyid Sahib Ḥusayni lamented this for a long time. Eventually he claims to have had dreams in 1825A.D. in which his father appeared and advised him to become the disciple of Hazrat Shah Muhammad Maroof Shahidullah Farooqui Chisti Qadiri, who was a famous Sufi of his time in Hyderabad. Therefore, he sought out this great Sufi and became his disciple  in the  year in 1826 A.D. and in the same year Hazrat Shah Muhammad Maroof Shahidullah Farooqui Chisti Qadiri  was appointed Sayyid Sahib Ḥusayni as his caliph (khalifa). Having acquired this status, Sahib Husayni  was returned back his home  town of Tekmal.

      During the upcoming years, Shah Muhammad Maroof Shahidullah Farooqui Chisti Qadiri visited his  caliph (khalifah) Sayyid Sahib Ḥusayni a number of times in Tekmal. During one such visit in the year 1831 A.D. he also granted the title of  “sajjadah” (custodian) to Sayyid Sahib Ḥusayni.

      In the year 1833A.D. Shah Muhammad Maroof Shahidullah Farooqui Chisti Qadiri visited Tekmal again and  he was proclaimed that he would die in that town, and be buried there. A place for his grave was determined. He came again the following year in 1834 A.D, and expired  there and he was buried in Tekmal according to his will. His death occurred on the 2nd of Sha’aban in the year 1249 Hijra. Twenty one years later in  the year 1854 A.D. Sayyid Sahib Ḥusayni had  constructed a mausoleum  over the tomb of his master.

      The sheikh of his time before returning to his  native place he completed his education and training in the innermost (batini) and manifest (zaheri) in Hyderabad and  he was returned back to his native place with the intention to start the work of teaching and propagation of Islamic mission in and around  Tekmal village and for this struggle and  his task he was using his hard tasks and endeavours in this matter.

       He established an Islamic school in the Tekmal village in the year 1827 A.D. with the name of Husayini school and in this school there was arrangement of free hostel and free food  supply facilities for the students of the school were available and all these expenses were met from his side. Regarding the standard of education and the progress of about Hussaini school the minister of government of Hyderabad  Salar Jung first was sent one letter of appreciated which is as follows.

“ During this period there is a too much shortage of learning and  educated personalities. But from a village of Tekmal there came a large number of learning and educated personalities and it is a matter of great pleasure.The shadow of Hazrat Qibla (venerable person) is a great matter of proud and  grateful  for us.”

     This pious person’s maternal grandson Hazrat Qazi  Ahemd Muniruddin Faroqui who was a disciple and caliph of Hazrat Mohammed Abdul Quadeer Siddiquie Hasrat and his endeavours and tasks are well known and famous in the Hyderabad region. For his great status and position Hazrat Mohammed Abdul Quader Siddiqui Hasrat  attended his caliph’s funeral prayer and he was also present in Tekmal village at the time of his burial. His grandson Qazi Syed  Shah Azam Ali Sufi Qaderi is well known and famous personality for his religious endeavours  and status of knowledge and for this reason he is among the old pious personalities of Hyderabad.

       For the knowledge of zaheri (manifest) he established the Islamic school and for the teaching of batani (innermost) he was constructed the shrine building. Among his well known construction are included many public welfare institutions  and buildings and among these constructions the famous mosque of Tekmal is well  known and famous as largest mosque is Medak district and this mosque which was constructed by him. In the olden days there was no system of water supply in Tekmal village and for this reason he  arranged for digging of many wells in the village of Tekmal for drinking water purpose from his expenses.

His books

     On the subject of teaching of Sufism he was authored the following books and these books of knowledge are well known and famous on the subject of Sufi thoughts and practices. Sayyid Sahib Ḥusayni wrote a number of books on aspects of Sufism. His other famous works  and the following books in Persian and Urdu languages are followed:

Masnawi Shahid-Ul-Askar – This book is a commentary on book Khatimah written by Khwaja Banda Nawaz Gesudaraz – http://www.gesudaraz.com
Shawahid- Husayni – This book covers a number of subjects. It has chapters on the Islamic creed, Islamic jurisprudence, issues of Sufism, guidance on the Sufi path, worship, day to day affairs, and methods of entering into the remembrance of Allah.
Shahid-Ul-Wujud (unity of divine existence)- This book was originally written in Persian and translated into Urdu by Prof. Syed Ataullah Husayni Karachi, 1986 A.D. It covers aspects of Sufi thought.
Nukat- Shahid – This book covers answers to questions raised by his disciples among other subjects.
Maktub- Husayni – This is a compilation of his letters.
Farhang- Husayni – This is a primer on Persian grammar and language and it has been used for decades in many parts of Hyderabad State for the teaching of Persian language. This was the first book he wrote. It was written during the years 1827 and 1831 A.D.
       In short he was most successful in the Tekmal village to bring revolution in the life of the people without  the discrimination of caste creed and religion by applying his method of love and toleration and for this reason he was become a successful spiritual  teacher  and reformer of the nation there so he was also become famous in Tekmal village for his  hard tasks and endeavour  for the services of humanity and mankind and for this reason his name will be remembered  there and holy life will be become a great source of benefit and guidance to the coming generations there  not only in the village Tekmal but in and around Hyderabad as well in India  and other parts of the world.

The Mausoleum of his Sufi master Hazrat Shah Muhammad Maroof Shahidullah Qadiri is situated in Tekmal town and which can be seen in the above picture and  the Tekmal village is 112 kms distance from Hyderabad city  and it’s near from  Medak district.

Biography

    Sayed Sahib Hussaini was born in Tekmal in 1805 A.D. His father was Sayyid Abdur Razzaq who was also initiated into the Qadiri Order. He lived during the period of the Nizam Mir Akbar Ali Khan Sikander Jah, Asaf Jah III of Hyderabad State.

     Hazrat Sayyid Sāhib Ḥasani (born 1805 – died January 9, 1880),  and he was a famous Sufi saint from Hyderabad State in India and had a great influence over spiritual developments in the Deccan area. He belonged to Qadiri Sufi order and he was a great proponent of the concept of Wahhat al-Shuhood (unity of divine manifestation). Sahib Hasani was a murid (disicple)

Hyderabad State of the noted Sufi saint of Hyderabad Shah Mohammed Maroof Shahidullah Qadiri who  also belonged to Qadiri order.

-After Indian independence :When India gained independence in 1947 and Pakistan came into existence in 1947, the British left the local rulers of the princely states the choice of whether to join one of the new dominions or to remain independent…

  During the upcoming years, Shah Muhammad Maroof Shahidullah Farooqui Chisti Qadiri visited his  caliph (khalifah) Sayyid Sahib Ḥusayni a number of times in Tekmal. During one such visit in the year 1831 A.D. he also granted the title of  “sajjadah” (custodian) to Sayyid Sahib Ḥusayni.

-After Indian independence :When India gained independence in 1947 and Pakistan came into existence in 1947, the British left the local rulers of the princely states the choice of whether to join one of the new dominions or to remain independent…
     In  the year 1833, Shah Muhammad Maroof Shahidullah Qadiri visited Tekmal again, and proclaimed that he would die in that town, and be buried there. A place for his grave was determined. He came again the following year in 1834 and expired and is buried in Tekmal  

TekmaFor the district information, see Medak district.Tekmal is a city, Mandal headquarters and a municipality in Medak District in Telangana region of Andhra Pradesh, India. It is 140km to the north of Hyderabad.-Geography:…
 according to his will. His death occurred on 2nd Sha’aban Sha’abaSha’aban is the eighth month of the Islamic calendar.This is the month of ‘separation’, so called because the pagan Arabs used to disperse in search of water…
 in the year 1249  Hijrah   andThe Hijri calendar , also known as the Muslim calendar or Islamic calendar , is a lunar calendar consisting of 12 lunar months in a year of 354 or 355 days. It is used to date events in many Muslim countries , and used by Muslims everywhere to determine the proper day on which to celebrate Islamic
 twenty one years later in  the year 1854 A.D., Sayyid Sahib Ḥasani had constructed a mausoleum  over the tomb of his master. Sayyid Sahib Ḥasani died in Tekmal  TekmaFor the district information, see Medak district.Tekmal is a city, Mandal headquarters and a municipality in Medak District in Telangana region of Andhra Pradesh, India. It is 140km to the north of Hyderabad.-Geography:…
 in the year 1880 A.D. and he was buried there. He left behind five sons and one daughter the details are as follows:

Development Activities
    Sayyid Sahib Husayni is remembered for the number of development works he initiated in and around Tekmal. Among the projects he undertook, the following ones are of key importance:
     Establishment of Madrasah-e-Husayniya in the year 1827 A.D. This complex was funded out of his own money, and has continued to be the most important institution to impart education in Tekmal. This institution was considered to be one of the prime educational institutions in the State of Hyderabad  State of Hyderabad and its graduates  were in great demand.

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-After Indian independence :When India gained independence in 1947 and Pakistan came into existence in 1947, the British left the local rulers of the princely states the choice of whether to join one of the new dominions or to remain independent…

Establishment of the Tekmal Mosque in 1827 A.D. It is one of the largest mosques in the district.

Digging  of drinking water wells in different parts of Tekmal region for the benefit of the common people.

Death

     He left this mortal world at the age of 78 years on 26th Muherram in the year 1297 Hijra corresponding to 1880 A.D. in the Tekmal village. January 9, 1880 A.D. (26 Muharram 1297 Hijra) in Tekmal.

The Urs (the annual death anniversary)

     Every year the Urs (the annual death anniversary) ceremony will be celebrated on the grand scale under the supervision of his successor and custodian Hazrat Syed Shah Ahmed Noorullah Hasni Hussaini Qaderi on the 26th Muhderram every year. During 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 26th Muherram of Muslim calendar at the famous   shrine (Dargah) Hazrat Syed Sahib  in Tekmal village  every year. Several hundred thousand devotees from near and far, irrespective of religion and beliefs, gather  there to seek blessings.

His successors

 Sayyid Sahib Ḥusayni died in Tekmal in the year 1880 A.D. and his buried there. He left behind 5 sons and one daughter as follows:

Sayyid Ahmad Badshah Qadiri (who became his successor), 1833–1907
Sayyid Maroof Badshah Qadiri, died 1910
Sayyid Yasin Badshah Qadiri, died 1914
Sayyid Muhyi-uddin Badshah Qadiri
Sayyid Abdul Qadir Badshah Qadiri
Sahibni Bi (daughter) who was married to Khwaja Husayni
Sayyid Sahib Husayni is remembered for the number of development works he initiated in and around Tekmal. Among the projects he undertook, the following ones are of key importance:

Establishment of Madrasah-e-Husayniya in the year 1827 A.D. This complex was funded out of his own money, and has continued to be the most important institution to impart education in Tekmal. This institution was considered to be one of the prime educational institutions in the State of Hyderabad, and its graduates were in great demand.
Establishment of the Tekmal Mosque in the year 1827 A.D. It is one of the largest mosques in the district.
Digging of drinking water wells in different parts of Tekmal region for the benefit of the common people.

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