Hazrat Syed Osman zaidi wasti r.a

Saiyed Usman ( Shamme Burhani) At Usmanpura Ahmedabad, Gujarat India, A Sufi Saint That Propogated The islamic Thought Of Humanity and Still respected By All Community This Sandala Shareef Was Been Organized By Saiyed Jalaluddin Mashhadi Al Musawi, Sajjada Nasheen Of Hazrat Shamme Burhani Direct Decendent Of Imam Musa Qazim The Seventh Imam And Decendent Of Shamme Burhani Rehmatullah Alaiyhe.


Tarikh e sadaat e wasit Gujarat Aaj se 600 saal pehle An-karib 916 hijri mein Gujarat sultanate ke sultan mahmud begada
ne pavagadh ke mukhalif jihad ka elaan kiya aur khwaaish ki ke zyada se zyada Mujahid inki iss ghazwat mein hissa lein ussi waqt uttar pradesh ke sarwat ilake mein jo ke Aaj Muzaffar Nagar kehlaya jaata hai aur jo ke Sadaat e barha ka us waqt ek bohot hi azeem gadh tha, ussi gharane se 3 Mujahid jin ka Naam hai Syed Mustafa Zaidi Hussaini, Syed Allauddin Zaidi hussaini Aur Syed Nateeb Zaidi Hussaini ye uss khandan ke kayin bemisaal jung juon mai se the jab unhe gujarat ke us ghazwat ki khabar mili toh Aap teeno apni mujhahidin lashkar ko lekar gujarat Sultanate ko ravana hue aur wahan pohochne ke baad jab Sultan mahmud begada ko jab ittela kiya gaya toh Sultan ne khud unka isteqbal apne Shahi mehmaan gah mein kiya, pavagadh ko fateh karne mein in teenon ka sabse bada hath raha itna ke sultan mahmud ne inse khush hokar in 3 alag gaaon ki zameenein inke naam kardi in gaaon naam hain. Syed Mustafa zaidi ko thasra ka gaaon diya gaya jahaan inki aulaadein aaj bhi maujood hain. Syed Allauddin zaidi ko gothada ka gaaon diya gaya jahan inki aulaadein Aaj bhi maujood hain. Syed Nateeb zaidi ko pali ka gaaon diya gaya jahaan inki aulaadein aaj bhi maujood hain aap hi teeno ke gharane mein se kayin buzurgan gujarat mein mashoor rahe aur deeni khidmaat karte rahe jese ke Syed Muhammed zaidi jinko Baadshah Aurangzeb ne gujarat ke Qazi e Qudat ka darja diya aur Syed Osmaan zaidi jo apne waqt ke bohot hi bade auliya kamileen guzre aur jinka Astana ahmedabad mein mashoor hai.

Sadaat-e-Bahera, sometimes pronounced Sadaat-e-Bahara, are a community of Sayyids, originally from a group of twelve villages situated in the Muzaffarnagar district of Uttar Pradesh in India. This community had considerable influence during the reign of the Mughal Empire. Its members were also found in Karnal District and Haryana, Gujarat & Karnataka state in India.Some of the members of this community have migrated to Pakistan after independence and have settled in Karachi, Khairpur State in Sind and Lahore.

The ancestor of Bārha Sayyids, Sayyid Abu’l Farah Al Hussaini Al Wasti, left his original home in Wasit, Iraq, with his twelve sons at the end of the 10th century or the beginning of the 11th century CE and migrated to India, where he obtained four estates in Punjab. Over time, Abu’l Farah’s descendants took over Bārha riyasat (township) in Muzzafarnagar.[2]

There are four sub-divisions of Barha Sadaat in Muzaffarnagar area:[3]

1.the Tihaanpuri, whose chief town was Jansath, belong to Syed Najm uddin
2.the Chatraudi, whose chief town was Sambhalhera, belong to syed abu’l Fazaail Al Wasti,
3.the Kundliwal, whose chief town was Mujhera, belong to Syed Daoud.
4.the Jajneri, whose chief town was Bidauli, belong to Syed Abu’l Faraaish,

The origin of the Sadaat-e-Bara or Barha is traced to Sayyid Abu’l Farah Al Hussaini Al Wasti, son of Sayyid Daud Al Hussaini, who came to Ghazni in Afghanistan, from Wasit, at the invitation of Mahmud Ghaznavi. He had twelve sons of whom four settled in four villages KundliTihanpur, Jajner and Chhat-Banur, near the city of Patiala. These four sons founded a number of clans, the main ones being Chhatrodi, Kundliwal, Tihanpuri and Jajneri, from the villages assigned to them.[4]

Another descendant of Sayyid Abu’l Farah was Syed Mustufa AlHussaini (Thasra Village- Gujarat)& his brothers Syed Alaad(Alauddin) AlHussaini( Gothada Village -Savli-Gujarat) & Syed Nateeb AlHussaini ( Pali Village -Gujarat )came During the Sultan Mahemud Begada’s Sultanate 1484 AD & Syed Mustufa’s son Syed Muhammed AlHussaini Qazi-ul-qazat who was given a post of Chief justice and a grant of three villages in Sarnal, Gujarat by emperor Aurangzeb in 1674 AD and he migrated there. These three brothers’ descendants form the branched of Sadat Bárha in Gujarat (Thasra, Pali & Gothada).

When the Sayyids came to India from Central Asia they chose to settle in Muzaffarnagar; these people were called the Saiyids of Barha or (Sadaat-e-Barah)]. The area has one of the largest concentrations of Sayyids in India.

Some of the villages where Barha Sayyids can be found are:

Chitora, founded by Mir Jawwad Ali
Behra Sadaat
Amya Deoria founded by Sayyed Peer Ali
Kithora founded by Sayyed Nusrat Yar Khan
Sikrehra Khola
Rasoolpur said distt. Bijnor founded by sayyed mohmmad ali


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Hazrat Syed Jamaluddin Zaidi Wasti r.a Sirsivi (DADA MAKHDOOM)(died 651 A.H ,1253 A.D) (his sons) SYED ISMAIL ZAIDI sirsivi & SYED HAIDER ZAIDI sirsivi Syed Hasan fakhruddin Zaidi(MUZAFFARNAGAR) was brother of Syed Jamaluddin Zaidi SIRSIWI Moradabad A great, famous & spiritual scholar and tactical person of seventh century in history of Sirsi, died on 17th Rajab, 651 A.H. (for detail see HISTORY OF SIRSI Sadat The Grandfather of Dada Makhdoom, Syed Abdullah Husain Abul Faraj Wasti accompanied with his four sons: Syed Abul Fazaail Faizi, Syed Abul Faraas, Syed Daud and Syed Najm Uddin, came to India in the last decade of fourth century of Hijri, along with Sultan Mehmood Ghaznavi. After victory on Panjab, Sultan Mehmood Ghaznavi presented some area of Panjab as a reward to Syed Abul Faraj Wasti. Though Syed Abul Faraj Wasti went back to his native city Wast, but his all four sons remained settled in Panjab. The elder Son Syed Abul Fazaail remained settled at Chhat Road in Panjab, second son Syed Daud settled in Kaundli, third son Syed Najm Uddin in Tahanpur and fourth son Syed Abul Faraas in Jajneer. The descendants of Syed Abul Faraj Wasti had been spreaded all over India. On the basis of residence the Sadat of Syed Abul Faraj Wasti is known as Chhati roadi, Jajmeeri, Kaundli wali and Tahanpuri. Dada Makhdoom Syed Jamal Uddin Zaidi Wasti (R.A.) belongs to Sadate Chhat road. His Grandfather Syed Husain Zaidi accompanied with Sultan Shahab Uddin Ghauri (the brother of Ala-Uddin Ghauri) performed a great role in the battle of Ajmer & Delhi in 588 A.H. First time, in 587 A.H. Shahab Uddin Ghauri was defeated by Raja Pithora Wali Ajmer and Kandey Rai Wali Delhi in Mauza Tarasun on the bank of Saraswati. After that defeat he decided not to rest until the defeat of Raja Pithora Wali Ajmer and Kandey Rai Wali Delhi. In Second time, when Shahab Uddin Ghauri came to India, then he was known that the descendants of Syed Abul Faraj Wasti were living there. Along with the descendants of Syed Abul Faraj Zaidi Wasti, Sultan Shahab Uddin Ghauri again attacked on Raja Pithora Wali Ajmer and Kandey Rai Delhi and got the victory. Impressing by the bravery of Sadate Zaidia Wastia, Sultan Shahab Uddin appointed Syed Husain Zaidi as a governor of Ajmer. Syed Husain Zaidi faced the mutiny and was murdered in Ajmer. In the same period, Khawaja Ghareeb Nawaz Hazrat Moeen Uddin Chishti (R.A.) was recently settled there. He himself shrouded and buried Syed Husain Zaidi. The father of Dada Makhdoom Sahab, Syed Mohammad Zaidi along with his both sons Syed Jamal Uddin and Syed Hasan Fakhr Uddin settled in Sanbhaleera. The shrines of father and real brother of Dada Makhdoom Sahab are located in Sadat Bara, Dist Muzaffar Nagar. Sanbhaleera is an historical town of Sadate Zaidia, where the descendants of Syed Fakhr Uddin are living now. Dada Makhdoom migrated from Sanbhaleera, Dist Muzaffar Nagar to Sirsi, Dist. Moradabad. In the seventh century of Hijri, Dada Makhdoom arrived at a place (later called Sirsi) 10 Km far from Sambhal, Tehsil of Dist. Moradabad and settled with his family and relatives. There were his wife, two sons, a daughter and a servant Durwesh Mohammad Daari. Dada Makhdoom Syed Jamal Uddin (R.A.) had two sons named as Syed Ismaeel and Syed Haider and a daughter named as Syeda Wadudun-Nisa. The ruler of that period, presented 52,000 Bigha, land as a reward to Dada Makhdoom, which is remained now as an inheritance near the descendants of his daughter Syeda Wadudun-Nisa. Dada Makhdoom was died on 17th, Rajab, 651 A.H. (1255A.D.). The shrine of Dada Makdoom Syed Jamal Uddin Zaidi Wasti is located near Sambhal-Moradabad Road in Gharbi Sirsi. On every death anniversary of Dada Makhdoom the ‘Fateha Khawani’ is presented on his shrine. The meal of Fateha is distributed in Sadate Sirsi. The shrine of Dada Makhdoom is world famous as a centre of spirituality. Thousands of believers from the different parts of the world have been attending the shrine for hundreds of years and getting their wishes. It is a rare symbol of peace, unity and brotherhood. People of all sects make an obeisance at the shrine irrespective of the religions they belong to. A unique and peculiar fact that here in Dargah (compound) snakes and scorpions do not bite which is a great attraction for the people. Moreover, another amazement is that the children suffering from dumbness, do start speaking here by blessing of Dada Makhdoom Sahab. On getting fitness their parents present the tongue of animals or made of Gold or Silver to his Dargah. There is also a pond on the footer side of grave of Dada Makhdoom Sahab. The water of the pond is utilized in treatment of various diseases. Every Thursday evening, after the Ziyarat of Azakhana, people of Sirsi attend the Dargah of Dada Makhdoom and present Fateha.
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