Amongst Ghouse Azam (Radi Allahu Anhu) sons, HAZRAT SHEIKH ABDUL WAHAB was the eldest; He was a great scholar. He was given charge of the Madrasa of his father in 543 A.H. He learnt Fiqh and Hadith from his father and other savants of Islam of the time. He too visited several towns in Ajam for the acquisition of knowledge. After his father’s death, he used to deliver sermons and express his opinion on question of Islamic Shariath. He also held an office under the state and was very popular. He breathed his last in 593 A. H. and was buried in the Graveyard of Mohallah Halbah.
Sultan-e-Aulia Ghouse-e-Azam Qutba-rabbani Mehboobe-subhani, hazrath Syed Abdul Qadri Jilani Rahmathuul-Alaih – Qutbul-Hind Shahzada-e-Ghouse-e-Pak Bada-Peer Hazrath Syed Saifuddin Abdul Wahab Gilani Rahmathuul-Alaih
Kutbul-Hind Syedna Shah Saifudin Abdul Wahab Gilani-Al-Quadri Rahmathullah-Alaiah, Lakeb – Bade Peer Sahab son of Syedna Abu Mohammed Mohiyudin Abdul Qadir Gilani-Al-Quadri Rahmathullah-Alaiah, Gouse Samdani Shehanshahe Bagdad Khilafat- Khalifa of Syedna Abu Mohammed Mohiyudin Abdul Qadir Jilani-Al-Quadri Rahmatullah Ta’ala Alaih Gouse Samdani Shehanshahe Bagdad 585 Hijri was came to Hindusthan (Indian) along with Hazrath Khawaja Garib Nawaj Rahmatullah-Alaih.
Kutbul Hind Syedna Shah Saifudin Abdul Wahab Jilani-Al-Quadri Rahmatullah Alaih was the eldest son of Sheikh Abdul Qadir Jilani Rahmatullah Ta’ala Alaih. He was born in the month of Shabaan in the year 523 AH in the city of Baghdad. He made PARDAH in the month of Shabaan 593 AH and He attained proficiency in the fields of Hadith, Fiqh, etc. at his father’s feet. He also travelled abroad to study ancient medicine. At the age of twenty, he taught Islam under the watchful eye of his father and after the PARDHA of Sheikh Abdul Qadir Gilani Rahmatullah Ta’ala Alaih he continued lecturing and issuing Fatawa (Religious Decrees). That many people from faraway and largely gained the benefit from his lectures and teachings. From all his brothers, he was the most pious and most learned. Indeed, he was the true successor of the great Ghawth. He wrote various books, including the subject of Tassawuf. He was also a very great and renowned Jurist of his time. Amongst the books written by him are also, “Jawaahirul Asraar” and “Lataa’iful Anwaar”
Hazrat Saifuddin Abdul Wahab Sahib Nagauri Rahmatullah Alaih, is a sufi saint, the elder son of Ghosul Aazam Shekh Abdul Qadir Jilani Razi Allahu Tallah Anhu, came from Baghdad (Iraq) with Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti Ajmeri Sanjri Rahmatullah Aleh in the order of his father Shekh Abdul Qadir Jilani for spreading of Islam,. Khwaja Sahib stayed at Ajmer Shareef (Rajasthan) and advised him to go in the side of Marwar, the place where the Asa of Hazrat established, will be the qayaamgah. At Nag-ghera (the old name of Nagaur Shareef, because the big snake (Naag) was around the city and everyone of residential afraid from the snake, So called Nag-ghera, ) under a tree (khejri, which is also located behind the aastana of Qutubul Hind Hazrat Saifuddin Abdul Wahab Sahib) asa established, he got down under the tree and start the zikr e ilahi, he freed from the fear of snake and changed the name from Nag-ghera to Nagaur. Now it is called Nagaur Shareef and it is famous in all over world. It is only one of the city where the Qaseer quantity of Auliya Allah and Shohdah’s mazarat located, one side the Sultanut Tarekeen Shah Sufi Hamiduddin Nagauri Rahmatullah Aleh, Shah Hamiduddin Khuiee Rahmatullah Aleh, Ahmed Ali Baapji Rahmatullah Aleh and more. Near about 600 mosque is also here. So it is called the city of Auliyas. The Urs of Meera Shah Abdul Qadir Jilani Rahmatullah Aleh and Shah Saifuddin Abdul Wahab Jilani Rahmatullah Aleh celebrated in Rabiul Aakhir and Zilqad every year. Lots of zayreen came every year here to pay salaam. Hajrat Syed shah saifudin abdul wahab jilani r.a. Urs&kuraan khawani,gusl, milaad mukhtasar takrir his taarikh 24-&-25 shawwal mukarram end of urs.2008 govt. Of india personally give money for repair of dargah. The mazaraat of Quadriya family here in the Dargah Shareef, Shah Shafiuddin Mohammed, Shah Nasiruddin Ahmed, Shah Abdur Razzaque Sani, Shah Abdul Qadir Sani, Shah Meera, Shah Ghosh Bandagi and aulad e Ghosul Aazam Razi Allahu Tallah Anhu. The Dargah is also famous in the name of Bare Peer Sahib, old tabarrukaat e peer sahab dargah relaited tabarrukaat ziyarat every year makhdum ashraf jahangir dargah kichhochha sharif. Here is 70 families were living around the Dargah Shareef, for the education and financial Structure, the Quadriya family moved from Nagaur shareef to Delhi, Surat, Bikaner, Jodhpur, Ajmer, Jawad, Kapasan, Sikar, Bhilwara, Punjab, Gujrat and all over India. The silsila of Quadriya spread from Nagaur Shareef only in all over India by Hazrat Saifuddin Abdul Wahab Sahib Nagauri Rahmatullah Aleh. No any other city is having this type of gift. The mazaar located at Dehli Darwaja Road,(2008 new name this road-syed saifudin jilani road) Nagaur Shareef (Rajasthan) India Well connected from Road and Railways.
1st reference is from Gilani family Graveyard of Mohallah Halbah another 2nd ref from Ullema & sufiya Ikram spl Hazrat Khwaja Garib nawaz Rehmatullahi Ta’ala Alaih book hazrat was travel with him to india send to nagaur shareef get title as nagouri urs celebrate on 25th shawwal must be hazrat Abdul wahab nagouri is a son of hazrat Hameed Jilani & Grandson of hazrat Saifuddin Abdul Wahab Jilani Rehmatullahi Alaih as family name repeat again yet given a same date as 593 A.H
Sheikh Abdul Wahab (ra) was the eldest son of Sheikh Abdul Qadir Jilani (ra). He was born in the month of Shabaan in the year 523 AH in the city of Baghdad. He passed away in the month of Shabaan 593 AH and is buried in Baghdad. He attained proficiency in the fields of Hadith, Fiqh, etc. at his father’s feet. He also travelled abroad to study ancient medicine. At the age of twenty, he taught Islam under the watchful eye of his father.
After the demise of Sheikh Abdul Qadir Jilani (ra) he continued lecturing and issuing Fatawa (Religious Decrees). Many people from far and wide gained benefit from his lectures and teachings. From all his brothers, he was the most pious and most learned. Indeed, he was the true successor of the great Ghawth. He wrote various books, including the subject of Tassawuf. He was also a very great and renowned Jurist of his time. Amongst the books written by him are also, “Jawaahirul Asraar” and “Lataa’iful Anwaar”.