The Founder of the famous Sufi Order, “Suhrawardi” is Shaykh al-Shayyukh Shahab al-Din Abu Hafs ‘Umer Bin Muhammad al-Bakari Al-Suhrawardi, al-Shafi’i, Mohadith Baghdadi. He was born in “Suhraward” A town at that time situated near Zanjan in Iran, Unfortunately today it is impossible to even identify the site of this ancient town for certain. His date of birth is most probably at the end of “Rajab”(7th Islamic month) or the beginning of “Sha’ban” (8th month) in 539/1145.
His lineage starts from Hadrat Abu Bakr Siddique (the first caliph of Islam). According to “Munaqib-e-Ghawthia” his parents did not have a child. Disappointed enough one day his mother took an opportunity and reached the holy “khanaqah” (Sufi centre) of Shaykh Abd al-Qadir al-Gilani al-Hasani popularly known as Ghawth al-Azam (the founder of “Qadri” Sufi order D.561/1167), and requested him to pray to God for her to bear a child. At this the Shaykh made a prediction about a very special son for her. According to another assumption Shaykh also suggested the good name of the child as Shihab al-Din Umer.
Shihab al-Din Umer took his early education at home, Like his uncle Shaykh Dia al-Din Abu al-Najib Abd al-Qahir Bin Abdullah al-Bakari al-suhrawardi (D.563/1165), in his Child hood he traveled to Baghdad for studies. There he had an apportunity to study The Quran (The holy book of Islam), Hadith (sayings of Prophet), Fiqh (juridco-canonical system of Islam) and other on going subjects which were essential at that time, from famous, authentic, skillful and centrally figured teachers of that age, including his uncle. After the completion of his studies, he then came under his uncle’s supervision for spiritual knowledge and the development of his inner-self. He also had Shaykh Abd al- Qadir al-Gilani as his spiritual benefactor, and he wore the khirqah-e-khilafat (khirqa:a dervish’s patched garment, symbol of his vows of obidience to the rule of his order, khilafa: vicarship) in Qadria, from shaykh Abd’al-Qadir al-Jilani in 560/1162. On the other hand According to “Qala ‘d al-Jawahir” “He is one who has been approached by the Great Shaykh Jilani himself who said ‘O, Omar! you will be well renowned in the later saints of Iraq.’
Apart from these two great sufis he also benefacted from many other “Musha’ikhs” (Sufis) of that certain age. For many days he spent his time with “Abdals” (a categary of saints) in the island of ‘Abbadan’ (Persian Gulf). He also had the opportunity to acompany” Khidr”. (a Prophet or saint immortalized by the fountain of life). He performed the “Hajj” (pilgrimage) on a number of occasions. And in 628/1231 he performed his last “Hajj”, while in Mecca (the holy place of Muslims, situated in Saudi Arabia, where they perform Hajj) he met the great Egyptian poet and Sufi ” Shaykh Abu Hafs Umar bin ali known as Ibn al-Farid.D.632/1235. On that occasion the two sons of Ibn al-Farid “Shaykh Kamal al-Din Muhammad & Shaykh Abd al-Rehman”, with the permission of their father, took “Bay’a” (oath of allegiance) and wore “Khirqa” (patched frock, sign of a dervish) from Shaykh al-Shayyukh.
After the sad demise of his uncle in 563/1165, he became his successor in his uncle’s “khanaqah”(Sufi center). He established three more “Ribats”(religous hostel) (1) Ribat-e-Nasri, (2) Ribat-e-Bistami, (3) Ribat-e-Mamoonia, for the students.
His Bounty spread all over the world, due to his wide spread popularity, people across the globe came to benefit from his kind-self. A good story is told of the practical wisdom which lay underneath his spirituality light, a Sufi wrote to him, “I gave up working, I find my self inclined to a life of idleness, where as if I work I am overcome with pride: which had I better do? “He replied briefly and to the point ” work and ask God’s forgiveness for your pride”. He spent most of his life in Baghdad were he enjoyed the favour of then caliph al-nasir: He was appointed “Shayakh al-Shayyukh” (master of masters) by the caliph. There he received visitors & letters from all parts of the Muslim world.
On many occasions he became the ambassador of peace between Muslim emperors. He was respected evenly throughout the Muslim world by each and everyone. Ibn-e-Khalikan [608-681H.D.] (The Historian of the time of Shaykh Suharawardi) wrote “In his last age no body was able to compete with him”. Every day millions presented “Nazranas” (a gift by the wealthy people to their spiritual master) which was distributed among the poor and needy in the evening. He led an absolutely simple life, although millions came into his hand. Even when he died, there were no sufficient funds for his funeral.
He had love and affection for Sufis of other “Tariqahs” (Sufi orders) and was well respected by those Sufis as well, like Hadrat Mu’in al-Din Hasan Sijzi Chishti [D.633/1235] (the founder of Chishti Sufi order in the subcontinent), Shaykh Abu al-Janab Najm al-Din Ahmed Bin Omar al-Kubra entitled as Shaykh-e-Wali Trash (D.618/1221)[the founder of kubraviyyah, Firdawsiyyah Sufi order], Shaykh Baha al-Din Walad [D.628/1231.(Father of famous Persian Sufi poet Jalal al-Din Muhammad Rumi) and many others. Hadrat Farid al-Din Masood Gunj-e-kkar[D.664/1265] (famous Chishti Sufi of the subcontinent). traveled to Baghdad for Shaykh al-Suhrawardi and lived many days in his khanaqah, and gained sacred fortunes through his personality.
Imam Yafi’i (D.678/1367) has written in his book that Ibn ‘Arabi (D.638/1240) accidentally met with Shaykh al-Suharwardi, they had eye contact with each other and separated with out uttering a single word. Later somebody enquired about Skaykh Suhrawardi from Ibn ‘Arabi, answering he said “he (Shaykh Surawardi) is a person who, from top to toe is filled with SUNNA (traditions, customs) of the Holy Prophet”. And, when Shaykh Suhrawardi was asked about his opinion of Ibn ‘Arabi, he replied, ” He is an ocean of realities”. In “Risala Iqbaia” it is stated that people asked Shaykh Sa’d al-Din Hamuya (D.650/1252), how he describes Ibn ‘Arabi in his words, at this his answer was that ” He can be compared with a stormy ocean with who’s area is infinite”. Then again was asked about Shaykh Suhrawardi, he replied, “The noor (light) of Prophets Following on his forehead is in such a manner which is quite a different thing”.
Due to his motivation many great mystics merged on the scene. Sufi’s from all over the world flocked to his Khanaqah to obtain initiation from him. He sent his vicegerents to all parts of the world.In “Akhbar al-Akhiyar-Fi-Asrar al-Ibrar” it happened to be Shaykh Suhrawardi’s statement that ‘In the subcontinent I have many vicegerents’. According to my latest research he sent approximately 20 vicegerents in the subcontinent. Some of his renowned vicegerents in the Subcontinent are “Sheykh al-Islam Sayyid Nur al-Din Mubarak bin Abd ‘Allah bin Sharf al-Hussaini al-Ghaznavi, entitled as Mir-e-Dehli (D.632/1234) who was shaykh al-Islam of Dehli in the period of Sultan al-Tutmish (D.633/1236), Shaykh al-Islam Baha al-Din Abu Mohammad Zakaria Multani (D.661/1262), Shaykh Qadi Hamid al-Din Muhammad Bin Atta Al-Faruqi Nagauri (D.643/1274), Shaykh Jalal al-Din Muhammad Tabrazi (D.642/1244), Shaykh Nuh Bhakari sindhi, Shaykh sayyid Ahmad known as Sultan Sakhi Sarwar (D.577/1181), Shaykh Dia al-D in Rumi(D.721/1323), shaykh Majd al-Din Muhammad Haji Jajermi (D.623/1226), Shams al-Aarfeen Shah Turkaman Bia’bani Dehlvi, Shaykh sayyid Qadi Shihab al-Din bin Muhammad al-Hussaini known as “Jagjote”(nur.e.alam, light of world, D.666/1267-68, he is the maternal grand father of shaykh Sharf al-Din Ahmed bin yahya Munyari.D.872/1380 ), Shaykh sayyid mo’iz al-Din sandailvi “Abdal”, Shaykh Mir sayyid Ila al-Din jawarri, Shaykh Sharaf al-Din Iraqi, Shaykh Muhammad Ibrahim Ansari, Shaykh Ahmad Bin Zain Multani, Shaykh Sulaman Bin Abd ‘allah Al-abasi Al-Hashmi etc. He also sent his vicegerents in other parts of the world. Few of his vicegerents are: The famous persian poet Shaykh Muslihuddin Sa’di of Shiraz (D.691/1292) (sheraz-Iran), Shaykh Najib al-Din Ali Bin Buzghush Sherazi (D.678/1279) (sheraz-Iran)
Shaykh Shams al-Din Safi Sherazi (sheraz-Iran), Shaykh sayyid Muhammad Shujah Mashadi (Mashhad-Iran), Shaykh shah Sharf al-Din Mehmood Bin Husain Tustri (shoukara-Iran). Shaykh Muhammad Yemni (yeman), Shaykh Ahmed of Damascus(Damascus-Syria), Shaykh Najam al-Din al-taflissi(baghdad-Iraq), Shaykh sayyid Muhammad Baghdadi (Baghdad-Iraq), Shaykh Rasheed al-Din Abu abd Allah Muhammad bin Abu al-Qasim Al-Maqri al-Sufi al-Baghdadi (baghdad-Iraq), Shaykh Ahmed al-Faruqi al-Kabuli (Kabul, Afghanistan), Shaykh Izz ‘al-Din Abu al-Abass Ahmed Faruqi etc. According to some books, famous Persian Poet Shams al-Din Muhammad Hafiz of Sheraz(D.791-92/1389) (if this date of death is correct then it is not possible) and Shaykh Ahmed Al-alvi Al-Yassvi (D.562/1166)(founder of Yasviyya Sufi order) are also the vicegerents of Shaykh Suhrawardi. Till now through latest research only the names of his three sons have been discovered. One of them is Shaykh Zain al-Din, second is shaykh Imad al-Din Mohammad (D.655/1257), he became his successor after him, he was his companion in his last pilgrimage in 628/1231 and third is Shaykh jamal al-Din.
He wrote several books on different topics in his life. The famous German Orientalist Brockelmann in his book “Geschichte der arabischen literature” tells us about the 21 books written by the Shaykh. One of them is “Awa’rif al-Ma’arif” (Bounties of divine knowledge) which for centuries has been very popular amongst the Sufi’s. And taught it to their disciples. It was written in Mecca, Shaykh narrates that whenever he faced any difficulty in writing, he turned towards Allah, had “Tawaf” (circumambulation around the Ka’ba) of the “Bait Ullah”. The book is written in Arabic, and in every period it was translated in different languages. Famous Suharawardi Sufi Shaykh Sayyid Jalal al-Din Hussain bin Ahmad Kabir known as Makhdum-i-Jahaniyan Jahan gusht (D.785/1384) spoke many times about this book “if somebody does not have a “Murshid” (Spiritual Master) and if he reads this book “Awa’rif al-Ma’arif” carefully and abides by it, he will become a perfect Sufi.”
According to some books, in his last age he became blind and he passed away in 1st Muharam 632/1234 in Baghdad.The Imam of his Janaza prayer was Hadrat ohd al-Din Hamid bin abu al-Fakher kimani(D.635/1238), and he gave him last Ghussal (bath), clothed him “Ka’fan (shroud)” also according to some books Hadrat kirmani also benificted from Hadrat suhrawardi and vicegerent of Hadrat suhrawardi in suhrawardi sufi order.
He is burried in the grave yard of “Vardia”. His shrine is situated near Bab-e-Wustani. This tomb is one of the oldest in Vardia and is surrounded by graves. In 1273/1856 Ismael Pasha, Governer of Shehroze modernized the tomb and decorated it. In 1320/1902 some parts of the tomb which were damaged were renovated. On his grave there stands a tomb build by the “Salguuk” style of construction.
Note: It is to be noted that there are two different personalities by the names of Shahab al-Din Suhrawardi. One of them is he who is described above and is the founder of the “Surawardi Sufi Taraqah” and the other one named Shaykh Shihab al-Din Abu ‘al-Futuh Ahmad (Or Yahya) Ibn Habaish (or Ya’ish) Ibn Amirak called al-Maqtul (D, 578/1191). Also called Shaykh Al-Ishraq. He was one of the greatest master and presenter of the philosophy of “Illumination”. According to Some books he (Shaykh Suhrawardi Maqtul) was the nephew of the great Shaykh Shihab al-Din Suhrawardi, but it is doubted that this is correct.
Golden Lineage :
Hadrat Syyidna Imam al-Anbia MUHAMMAD ﷺ Ibn Abd Allah
Hadrat Syyidna Imam al-A’ima, Ali al-Murtada
Hadrat Syyidna Imam Hussain bin Ali al-Murtada
Hadrat Syyidna Imam Zayn al-Abidin Ali bin Imam Hussain
Hadrat Syyidna Imam Mohammad al-Baqir
Hadrat Syyidna Imam Ja’far al-Sadiq
Hadrat Syyidna Imam Musa al-Kazim
Hadrat Syyidna Imam Ali al-Rida
Hadrat Syyidna Abu al-Mehfooz Asad al-Din Ma’ruf al-Karkhi
Hadrat Syyidna Abu al-Hasan Sari bin Mughalas al-Saqti
Hadrat Syyid al-Taifa Abu al-Qasim Junaid bin Mohammad al-Khurraz al-Baghdadi
Hadrat Syyidna Abu Bakr Jahfar bin Yunas al-Shibbli
Hadrat Syyidna Rahim al-Din Ayad
Hadrat Syyidna Abd al-Aziz bin Harith bin Asad al-Yemani al-Tamimi
Hadrat Syyidna Abu al-Farah Mohammad Yusaf bin
Abd Allah bin Yunas al-Tartusi
Hadrat Syyidna Abu al-Hasan Ali bin Ahmad
Hadrat Syyidna Abu Sa’id Mubarak bin Ali al-Mukharrimih
Hadrat Syyidna Muhyi al-Din Shaykh Abd al-Qadir bin Mosa al-Gilani al-Hasani
Hadrat Syyidna Shaykh al-Shayyukh Shahab al-Din Abu Hafs Umar bin Mohammad al-Bakri al-Suhrawardi
[Sallallaho Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam / Radi ALLAHu Ta’ala Anho]
Partaw Nama (“Treatise on Illumination”)
Hayakal al-Nur al-Suhrawardi [Sohravardi, Shihaboddin Yahya] (1154–91) Hayakil al-nur (“The Temples of Light”), ed. M.A. Abu Rayyan, Cairo: al-Maktaba al-Tijariyyah al-Kubra, 1957. (The Persian version appears in oeuvres vol. III.)
Alwah-i Imadi (“The tablets dedicated to Imad al-Din”)
Lughat-i Muran (“The language of Termites”)
Risalat al-Tayr (“The Treatise of the Bird”)
Safir-i Simurgh (“The Calling of the Simurgh”)
Ruzi ba Jama’at Sufiyaan (“A Day with the Community of Sufis”)
Fi Halat al-Tufulliyah (“On the State of Childhood”)
Awaz-i Par-i Jebrail (“The Chant of Gabriel’s Wing”)
Aql-i Surkh (“The Red Intellect”)
Fi Haqiqat al-‘Ishaq (“On the Reality of Love”)
Bustan al-Qolub (“The Garden of Hearts”)
Kitab al-mashari’ wa’l-motarahat, Arabic texts edited with introduction in French by H. Corbin, Tehran: Imperial Iranian Academy of Philosophy, and Paris: Adrien Maisonneuve, 1976; vol II: I. Le Livre de la Théosophie oriental
(Kitab Hikmat al-ishraq) 2. Le Symbole de foi des philosophes. 3. Le Récit de l’Exil occidental, Arabic texts edited with introduction in French by H. Corbin, Tehran: Imperial Iranian Academy of Philosophy, and Paris: Adrien Maisonneuve, 1977; vol III: oeuvres en persan, Persian texts edited with introduction in Persian by S.H. Nasr, introduction in French by H. Corbin, Tehran: Imperial Iranian Academy of Philosophy, and Paris: Adrien Maisonneuve, 1977. (Only the metaphysics of the three texts in Vol. I were published.) Vol. III contains a Persian version of the Hayakil al-nur, ed. and trans. H. Corbin
L’Archange empourpré: quinze traités et récits mystiques, Paris: Fayard, 1976, contains translations of most of the texts in vol. III of oeuvres philosophiques et mystiques, plus four others. Corbin provides introductions to each treatise, and includes several extracts from commentaries on the texts. W.M. Thackston, Jr, The Mystical and Visionary Treatises of Shihabuddin Yahya Suhrawardi, London: Octagon Press, 1982, provides an English translation of most of the treatises in vol. III of oeuvres philosophiques et mystiques, which eschews all but the most basic annotation; it is therefore less useful than Corbin’s translation from a philosophical point of view)
Mantiq al-talwihat, ed. A.A. Fayyaz, Tehran: Tehran University Press, 1955. The logic of the Kitab al-talwihat (The Intimations)
Kitab hikmat al-ishraq (The Philosophy of Illumination), trans H. Corbin, ed. and intro. C. Jambet, Le livre de la sagesse orientale: Kitab Hikmat al-Ishraq, Lagrasse: Verdier, 1986. (Corbin’s translation of the Prologue and the Second Part (The Divine Lights), together with the introduction of Shams al-Din al-Shahrazuri and liberal extracts from the commentaries of Qutb al-Din al-Shirazi and Mulla Sadra. Published after Corbin’s death, this copiously annotated translation gives to the reader without Arabic immediate access to al-Suhrawardi’s illuminationist method and language)
Hazrat Shaikh Shahaab-ud-deen Umar Suharwardi rahmatullāhi alaihi :
Aap ki wilaadat Sha’abaan 539 Hijri (1145 A.D.) me Suharward (Iran) me hui.
Aap ke waalid ka naam Mohammad bin Abdullāh al-Bakari hai.
Aap Hazrat Abu Bakr Siddeeq radiy-Allāhu ta’ala nahu ki nasl se hain.
Aap Hazrat Shaikh Abul Najib Abdul Qaahir Suharwardi rahmatullāhi alaihi ke bhatije hain.
Aap ke waalidain ko koi aulaad nahi thi. Ek baar Aap ki waalida Hazrat Ghauṡ e aazam Abdul Qaadir Jeelaani radiy-Allāhu ta’ala anhu ki baargaah me haazir hui to un ko aulaad ke liye dua karne ke liye arz kiya. Hazrat Ghauṡ e aazam ne dua ki aur farmaaya ‘Tumhare yaha ALLĀH ta’ala ka khaas aur muqarrab banda aane waala hai.’
Aap ne Suharward me bunyaadi ta’aleem haasil ki. Phir majeed ta’aleem ke liye Baghdad gaye.
Aap ne Hazrat Ghauṡ e aazam Shaikh Sayyed Abdul Qaadir Jeelaani radiy-Allāhu ta’ala anhu se ta’aleem haasil ki.
560 Hijri (1162 A.D.) me Hazrat Ghauṡ e aazam ne Aap ko khilaafat ata farmai.
In ke ilaawa aap ne Hazrat Shaikh Abul Najib Abdul Qaahir Suharwardi rahmatullāhi alaihi, Hazrat Shaikh Najm-ud-deen Ahmad al- Kubra rahmatullāhi alaihi aur deegar mashaa’ikh se bhi ta’aleem aur faiz haasil kiya.
Kuchh waqt Abbadan jazeere me Abdaalo ki sohbat me rehkar aap ne faiz haasil kiya.
Aap Qur’an, Hadeeṡ, Fiq’h, Ilm e Istdalaal, Kalaam ke maahir the.
Aap Shafi’i aur Hanbali mazhab ke maahir the.
Aap ne kai martaba Hajj e Baitullāh ada kiye.
628 Hijri (1231 A.D.) me aap ne apne saahabzaade Shaikh Imaad-ud-deen Mohammad ke saath aakhri Hajj ada kiya.
563 Hijri (1165 A.D.) me Hazrat Abul Najib Abdul Qaahir Suharwardi ke wisaal ke baad aap ne Khaanqaah ki zimmedaari samhali.
Aap ne talba ke liye 3 naye Ribat (Hostel) banaaye :
(1) Ribat-e-Nasri, (2) Ribat-e-Bistami, (3) Ribat-e-Mamoonia.
Khalifa al-Nasir ne Aap ko ‘Shaikh-ul-Shuyukh’ ka khitaab ata kiya.
Aap ki shohrat dunya ke tamaam ilaaqe me phaili hui thi.
Alag alag ilaaqo me se bahot badi ta’adaad me log aap se mulaaqat ke liye aate the aur utni hi ta’adaad me log aap ko khat likhte the.
Aap hamesha saadgi ke saath zindagi guzaarte the.
Roz hazaaro log aap ko nazraana ata farmaate the magar aap wo tamaam maal ghareebo aur mohtaajo me taqsim kar dete.
Aap ki likhi hui kitaabo me ‘Awaarif-ul-Ma’arif’ mash’hoor hai.
Aap farmaate hain :
(1) Ilm ki 3 qismen hain :
 Ilm-e-Tauhid – ALLĀH subhān wa ta’ala ki wahaadaniyat ka ilm,
 Ilm-e-Ma’arifat – ALLĀH subhān wa ta’ala ki sifaat wa qudrat ka ilm,
 Ilm-e-Shariat – ALLĀH subhān wa ta’ala ke akhaam wa arkaan ka ilm.
Aur in teeno raaste par safar karne waale aur un ke maqaam alag alag hote hain.
(2) Dunya me 2 cheezen hi amal ke liye behtar hain :
 Faqeero ki sohbat rehna aur  Auliya Allāh ki ta’azeem karna.
Aap ke 3 saahbzaade hain :
(1) Shaikh Zain-ud-deen,
(2) Shaikh Imaad-ud-deen Mohammad [Wisaal 655 Hijri (1257 A.D.)],
(3) Shaikh Jamaal-ud-deen.
Aap Hazrat Shaikh Zia-ud-deen Abul Najeeb Abdul Qaahir Suharwardi rahmatullāhi alaihi ke mureed aur khalifa hain.
Hazrat Ghauṡ e aazam Shaikh Sayyed Mohiy-ud-deen Abdul Qaadir Jeelaani radiy-Allāhu ta’ala anhu se bhi Aap ko khilaafat ata farmai hai.
Aap ke khulfa :
(1) Hazrat Shaikh Imaad-ud-deen Mohammad
(2) Hazrat Khwaja Baha-ud-deen Zakariya Multani
(3) Hazrat Khwaja Qaazi Hameed-ud-deen Muhammad Farooqi Nagori
(4) Hazrat Meer Sayyed Noor-ud-deen Mubarak Ghaznawi
(5) Hazrat Shaikh Jalaal-ud-deen Muhammad Tabrizi
(6) Hazrat Sayyed Meer Nizaam-ud-deen (Baghdad)
(7) Hazrat Shaikh Nooh Bhakari Sindhi
(8) Hazrat Shaikh Sayyed Ahmad urfe Sultaan Sakhi Sarwar
(9) Hazrat Shaikh Zia-ud-deen Rumi (Delhi)
(10) Hazrat Shaikh Majd-ud-deen Muhammad Haaji Jajermi
(11) Hazrat Shams-ul-Aarifeen Shaah Turkaman Biyabaani Dehlawi
(12) Hazrat Shaikh Sayyed Qaazi Shahaab-ud-deen bin Muhammad al-Husaini
(13) Hazrat Shaikh Sayyed Mo’iz-ud-deen Abdaal Sandailwi
(14) Hazrat Shaikh Meer Sayyed Ala-ud-deen Jawarri
(15) Hazrat Shaikh Sharf-ud-deen Iraqi
(16) Hazrat Shaikh Muhammad Ibrāheem Ansaari
(17) Hazrat Shaikh Ahmad bin Zain Multani
(18) Hazrat Shaikh Sulaimān bin Abdullāh al-Abbaasi al-Hashmi
(19) Hazrat Shaikh Muslih-ud-deen Sa’adi Shirazi
(20) Hazrat Shaikh Najeeb-ud-deen Ali bin Buzghash Shirazi
(21) Hazrat Shaikh Shams-ud-deen Safi Shirazi
(22) Hazrat Shaikh Sayyed Muhammad Shujah Mash’hadi
(23) Hazrat Shaikh Shaah Sharf-ud-deen Mahmood bin Husain Tastari (Shoukara / Iran)
(24) Hazrat Shaikh Muhammad Yemeni
(25) Hazrat Shaikh Ahmad (Damascus / Syria)
(26) Hazrat Shaikh Najm-ud-deen al-Taflisi (Baghdad / Iraq)
(27) Hazrat Shaikh Sayyed Muhammad Baghdadi
(28) Hazrat Shaikh Rasheed-ud-deen Muhammad bin Abul Qaasim al-Maqri al-Baghdadi
(29) Hazrat Shaikh Ahmad al-Faarooqi al-Kabuli
(30) Hazrat Shaikh Izz-ud-deen Abul Abbaas Ahmad al-Faarooqi
(31) Hazrat Shaikh Auhad-ud-deen Haamid bin Abul Fakhr Kirmani
(32) Hazrat Shaikh Abdul Azeez urfe Urjun Shaah Suharwardi rahmatullāhi alaihi
(33) Hazrat Makhdoom Kamaal-ud-deen Yahyā Maneri rahmatullāhi alaihi.
Aap ka wisaal 1 Moharram 632 Hijri (1234 A.D.) me hua.
Aap ki namaaz e janaaza Hazrat Auhd-ud-deen Haamid Kirmani rahmatullāhi alaihi ne padhai.
Aap ka mazaar Baghdad (Iraq) me hai.
ALLĀH ta’ala us ke Habeeb sallallāhu alaihi wa sallam ke sadqe me
Aur Hazrat Shaikh Shahaab-ud-deen Umar Suharwardi 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.