Thursday, July 27, 2017

SYED GHARIB NAWAZ Miracles


According to the natural principle of "seeing is believing", man appreciates and believes quickly a practical demonstration if he sees it with his own eyes instead of being convinced by any other kind of mere theoretical education or appeal for any good cause. There has been no greater and more sacred cause than the cause of religion in the history of mankind. Religious belief has always been a question of strong conviction with humanity, and there can be no perfect or unshakable religious belief without perfect and solemn conviction in the establishment of which nothing but miracles have played a most convincing part. Miracles, as a rule, are rare phenomena emanating from, or performed by, only those superhuman beings who are entrusted with, the sublime service of ALLAH and His creation. 

When man is woefully steeped in sin, he refuses to return to the path of righteousness easily, and ignores all ordinary human appeals for abstinence. He needs something more powerful i.e. some ‘supernatural’ power to convince him that sinful life was contrary to the "Divine Law" and would lead him only to an ignominious disaster and severe penalties in both the worlds if he did not return to virtue. Only divine personalities like the Prophets, Saints and Auvtaars, who have no selfish axe to grind, are capable of performing by the grace of God to uphold the cause of eternal TRUTH for the emancipation of mankind.

The votaries of modern science do not believe in miracles. They take them as mere myths. But, in Islam, miracles have the authority of the Holy Quran. They must be believed because, firstly, they actually happen; secondly, because they are incontestable historical facts; and thirdly, because science is only a weapon of sceptics and unbelievers against thing ‘supernatural’. Scientists maintain that except the priest craft and some credulous victims, no intelligent person living in 20th century believers in miracles, which are looked upon as mere fables invented by wily priests maddened by superstition and medieval moonshine. This tempest of mere verbal camouflage is, however, a poor instrument to thrash out the truth about miracles. 

As is evident from his life history Khawaja Syed Moinuddin is reported to have performed two Haj pilgrimages to Mecca before coming out to India. But the Hajis (pilgrims who visit Mecca during the Haj) who undertook pilgrimage to Mecca during Khawaja Sahib’s stay in Ajmer bore evidence to the fact on their return to Indian that they saw the great saint in Mecca personally during the Haj every year. It was indeed one of his marvellous miracles. How could he do this feat in the absence of any modern means of transport 700 years ago, is a mystery beyond human perception and yet it is a fact corroborated by eye witness and history. During the Haj period, he was seen both in Ajmer and Mecca.


Once a person appeared before Hazrat Khawaja Sahib and pretended to say that he was eager to pay his homage to the great saint on that particular day. The Khawaja Sahib replied "Here I am, but first fulfil your promise that brings you here". The man began to tremble with the idea that his secret was out before he could act and, admitting his guilt, he at once offered his profound apologies. As a matter of fact, this man was a hireling of some of the enemies of Hazrat Khawaja and had come with theprecise intention of murdering the holy saint, a fact which the great saint came to know by his intuitive powers. The man prayed for the pardon of the saint who forgave him magnanimously. The men then embraced Islam and became one of the devoted `mureeds’ of Khawaja Syed Moinuddin for the rest of his life.


One day Khawaja Syed Moinuddin Chishty was sitting on the bank of the Ana-sagar lake at Ajmer. A shepherd-boy happened to pass before him with a herd of young cows who had not yet acquired their maturity. The Khawaja Sahib asked the boy for some milk from his herd. The boy took it to be a joke and said, "Baba they are all young calf of immature age; they do not yield any milk at this age." The Khawaja Sahib smiled and, pointing towards a young cow, said, "I would like to drink the milk of that cow, go and milk her." The boy obeyed rather hesitatingly. When he went to milk this particular cow, he was simply astonished to find her teats fully developed and over-flowing with milk. The boy filled several receptacles with milk which 40 persons drank to their full satisfaction. He was so much impressed by this strange miracle that he became great devotee of Khawaja Sahib. 


One day, ‘mureed’ (disciple) of Khawaja Sahib came to him and complained, "Sir, the governor of the city has made my life most miserable by intolerable harassment so much so that today he has order my banishment from the city." The Khawaja Sahib replied, "But where is he now, he has already been punished by God?" When the man returned to his home, he heard the news of the governor’s sudden death due to a fall from his horse while hunting. 


One day a waiting old woman came to Hazrat Khawaja Syed Moinuddin who was busy with his ‘wazoo’ (ablution). The woman complained that the governor of the city had murdered her son without any fault and that she had come to him to beg for justice. The Khawaja Sahib, after finishing with his ‘wazoo’ picked up his ‘asa-e-mubarak’ (holy staff) and went out with the old lady to go to the place where the murdered corpse of her son was lying. His close devotees also followed him in attendance. The Khawaja Sahib placed the severed heard in its proper position on the body of the murdered young man and prayed to the Almighty ALLAH, "O ALLAH, if this man was murdered with any fault, then grant him his life". After this prayer, the Khawaja Sahib put his staff on the corpse and said, "Get up by the command of ALLAH if you are innocent." The young man got up, hale and hearty, and the next moment both he and his old mother fell down at the feet of the great saint of Ajmer in solemn gratitude 


One day Hazrat Khawaja Syed Moinuddin was passing through a street of Ajmer with his attendant Sheikh Ali. Suddenly a creditor of Sheikh Ali appeared on the scene and, holding him by his garment insisted upon the payment of his debt in a very insolent manner. Pleading on behalf of his attendant, the Great Khawaja assured the creditor that his debt would now be paid soon and requested him to let Sheikh Ali go for the time being. But the creditor would not allow the attendant to move until his money was paid on the spot. This obduracy at last invoked Khawaja Sahib’s proverbial sympathy for human shortcomings. In a state of ‘jazba’ (intense feeling) he took off his ‘Chadar’ (the wrapper which he wore) and flung the same on to the ground. And as soon as the ‘Chadar’ was flung, it was covered with a big heap of precious silver and gold coins. The Khawaja Sahib then asked the creditor, "Please take away your debt, counting honestly as much as it is due to you, from this heap but be careful not to pick up even a single coin more than what is your legitimate due." Overpowered by greed at the sight of such a vast wealth, the creditor mischievously thought of picking up more than what was actually due to him. But as soon as he stretched his hand towards the money with this evil intention, it dried up and his arm became as stiff as an iron rod. The creditor and the onlookers were wonder-struck at this awful experience. Realising his guilt, the creditor fell at the feet of the great saint and begged for mercy. The Khawaja Sahib accepted the man’s apology with his characteristic benevolence and prayed to God for the restoration of his arm to its normal condition. 





Sunday, July 23, 2017

How to Arrival in Ajmer


On reaching Ajmer,SYED KHWAJA SAHAB rested under the shadow of a tree.


This is the place known as AWLIYA MASJID he sat 
and said a thankful pray
 (2 raqat) ( namaz, nafil ) in name of ALLAH.
From then its a ritual that whosoever comes in dargah sharif prays here as a token of gratitude towards ALLAH .

Immediately some camel drivers came there and asked him brutally to sit at any other place because that place was reserved for king’s camels. Syed Khwaja Sahib said that they could make the camels sit at some other place. But camel drivers were adamant and became violent then he said very politely.
" Lo, we leave the place and your camel may remain sit here."

Saying this, he with his followers made his stay at a hill on the bank of Anna Sagar (lake in Ajmer). Next day, in spite of their best efforts the camel drivers could not be able to make their camels to stand. It seemed that earth had gripped them. They were very much surprised. At last they went to the court of king Prithviraj. When the king was narrated the entire incident, he was shocked. He was very proud of his bravery, but it could do nothing for him following the first miracle of Syed Khwaja Sahib (R.A).So he ordered the camel- drivers to beg for a pardon from the Fakir. Accordingly they went to
Syed Khwaja Sahib and apologized with great respect and humbleness. He kindly said," Go back and by the grace of God your camels will stand on their feet."

On their return, when they saw that camels were standing, they were over-joyed.
Syed Khwaja Gharib Nawaz (R.A) and their companions used to take bath and performed ablution daily on the bank of Anna Sagar. One day, some of the followers were stopped by the King men for taking bath on the bank of the Anna Sagar and threatened them violently, The followers returned to Khwaja Sahib and informed him about the happening. He asked one of his followers to go and fill the water in a Kuza (eartern pot). When the follower dip the Kuza in the water it sucked the entire water of anna sagar .he brought back the kuza to Khaja Shahib (R.A) .when the king men came to know about this they were taken aback .the entire city was shocked and it was known to every body that the muslim saint made the pond dry because the king men threatened the muslims at anna sagar at last a delegation of civilians came to him and requested him for pardon Syed Khawja Shahib (R.A) was kind enough and he poured the water back in the pond and the pond was again filled up.


Seeing the miracle large number of people changed their faith to Islam and Islam gained spreading in Ajmer.

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Spiritual Guidance


Khawaja Syed Muinuddin used to ponder for hours together over the ugly scenes of the ghastly massacre in Khorasan which he had been witnessing with great pain for several years ever since his younger days. With these tragic impressions his interest in worldly life and pleasures was diminishing fast. Inwardly he was very much worried and longed to be away from such a mad world if he could manage to see a way out.

One day (in 556 AD), he came across a 'Majzoob' (a divine person constantly engrossed in communion with God) in the person of one Sheikh Ibrahim Qandozi who happened to come to his orchard. The young Khawaja Syed Muinuddin was watering the plants at that time. Immediately he saw the dervish, he welcomed him enthusiastically and after kissing his hands reverently made him sit down under a shady tree. He then brought a bunch of fresh grapes and requested the holy man to eat it. The request was complied with. The divine seemed to admire the manners and this gesture of the young Khawaja's hospitality and at once perceived, by his intuitive powers, that his host was inwardly worried and upset, had a spark of divine love in his heart and was an ardent seeker after Truth. Over whelmed by the pleasure of this understanding the dervish brought out a bit of 'Khul' (the substance left after the oil was extracted from the sesame seed or Til - some historians say it was a piece of bread) from his wallet and after chewing it put it in the mouth of Khawaja Muinuddin. No sooner had he eaten it, than the veil of all worldly imagination was lifted from his mind and he found himself in quite a strange world radiating with 'divine manifestation.' When Khawaja Muinuddin recovered from this extraordinary experience, he found that Sheikh Ibrahim Qandozi had gone.

This strange spiritual experience, which laid the foundation of Khawaja Syed Muinuddin's divine career, would look like a queer fable from the Arabian Nights to the present world engrossed in materialism. But it is neither a fable nor a dream because such miracles have happened with the spiritualists or Sufi dervishes or Rishis and Munis of the highest order in the East. And they do happen even today if one is lucky enough to come across any 'real' divine (who prefers to live in perpetual obscurity away from all worldly gaze to avoid interruption in his devotional career). Such miracles are amply supported by the old religious books or Scriptures of nearly all the leading and recognised religions of the world all of which are based on spiritualism. The people of this 20th century in which materialism overwhelmingly dominates spiritualism may ridicule and refuse to believe in such superhuman feats and may naturally demand some substantial logical or scientific proofs to support them. But such doubts can be easily dispelled by a minute study of their own respective religious Scriptures. The philosophies of Islamic Sufism and the ancient Yogic and Vedantic sciences of Hindu civilisation also help us to believe in such miracles unquestionably. In this hidden science of spiritual communion or oneness with ALLAH all logical arguments are deliberately rejected because logic and Sufism do not go hand-in-hand, which was the creed of Khawaja Syed Muinuddin and numerous other great Sufis and saints of the East. It is neither taught in our modern Universities nor can it be analysed in our scientific laboratories. It is Knowledge from God that comes to His "beloved" devotees only. 

The immediate inspiration of the above-mentioned miraculous experience with Sheikh Ibrahim Qandozi was that Khawaja Syed Muinuddin renounced the world. He lost no time in selling away his orchard and the windmill along with all his other worldly belongings and distributed every pie of the sale proceeds among the poor and the needy. He then cut off all his ties with his dear and near ones, bade them a last goodbye and left Neshapur for Bokhara, which was the seat of learning in those days in search of religious knowledge and moral education. 

A handsome youth who had renounced the world in his early teens was seen walking all alone on the Neshapur-Bokhara highway amidst jungle and animal life, without a friend without a penny in his pocket and without any present or future hope of provision for his livelihood resolutely determined to seek Truth. The ever-growing discontentment of his earlier years in spite of all his rich traditions and material possessions had suddenly changed into a perfect contentment immediately after a divine vision received through the help of a great 'Majzoob'. He seemed to be very happy with his apparently gloomy lot. At this stage, however he did not know that one day he would be one of the greatest holy saints and 'Mujaheds' of his day in the history of Islam who would turn the tables of the evil world, who would apply the balm of solace and salvation to the wounds of the afflicted humanity and who would cause downfall of the redeem the suffering of the oppressed? This youthful traveler in a friendless world was none but Khawaja Syed Muinuddin playing in the hands of Destiny for a exceedingly grand mission and amazing career dedicated to the cause of peace and happiness of mankind.

This illustrious son of Islam and dutiful servant of the oppressed humanity, had decided to go to Bokhara for his education because the famous oriental universities of Baghdad and Neshapur had suffered damage due to the ravages of continuous wars and plunder but Bokhara had still some of the best educational institutions and the learned 'Ulama' of his time.

Nothing is recorded by historians about Khawaja Syed Muinuddin's primary education but considering his noble heritage; it is safe to presume that he must have received at least his early Quranic lessons at home. One historian reports that he had learned Quran by heart at the age of 7.



While in Bokhara, Khawaja Syed Muinuddin received his education in all the oriental sciences and literature from many learned 'Ulama' of the day, prominent of whom was Maulana Hissamuddin Bokhari from whom he received his 'jubba' (cloak) and 'Dastaar-e-Fazilat' (turban of learning) the two highest academic diplomas or "robes of learning" of that time.

Having completed his education at Bokhara, Khawaja Syed Muinuddin went to Samarqand which was also a great seat of learning in those days. There too he attended many leading institutions to perfect his knowledge in Theology, Philosophy and Grammar. The years of his education in Bokhara and Samarqand are reported to be between 1150 and 1160 AD or 552 AH.

After equipping himself with all the best available education (moral and religious) which he could obtain, Khawaja Syed Muinuddin now diverted his attention to the spiritual side of his training. He now needed a 'spiritual preceptor' and decided to leave Samarqand in quest of the country towards Baghdad. On this journey he came to the town of Harwan or Haroon where one of the greatest Sufi dervishes of his time Hazrat Khawaja Syed Usman Harooni, lived. (Born 510 A.H. died 617 A.H. and buried at Mecca.) This great saint had a resounding fame which attracted scores of persons from far and near for their spiritual enlightenment and religious and moral training under him.

One day Khawaja Syed Muinuddin decided to present himself before this great saint. When he approached the saint, he kissed the ground with all due reverence and pleaded: "Sir, may I request you to enlist man as one of your humble and devoted 'mureeds' (disciples)'? Hazrat Khawaja Syed Usman at once perceived by his intuitive powers that Syed Muinuddin was the fittest candidate to join the circle of his disciples, and granted his request without hesitation.

Khawaja Syed Muinuddin says, in his own words, about his spiritual initiation "I had the honour of appearing before Hazrat Usman when many other spiritual luminaries were also present. I bowed my head in solemn reverence. Hazur Syed Usman asked me to offer 2 'rakaats' of Namaaz (prayers). I did it. He then directed me to sit facing the Kaaba (Mecca). I did it. He told me to repeat Darud Sharif (praise and blessings for the holy prophet and his family) 21 times and to say 'Subhan Allah' (ALLAH be praised) 60 times. I did it. After that he stood up took my hand in his own and looked towards the heaven saying: "Let me present you to ALLAH". After that he cut off my hair with a scissors and then put a special Tarki cap (Kolah Chahaar Tarki) on my head and asked me to sit down. He then asked me to repeat 'Surah Ikhlas' (a Quranic verse) one thousand times. I did it. He then said, "among our followers there is only one day and one night's Mujaheda (probation) hence go and do it today" Accordingly I spent one day and one night in prayers and reappeared before him. He asked me to sit down and repeat 'Surah Ikhlas' again one thousand times. I did so. "Look towards the heaven", he then asked me. When I raised my eyes towards the heaven he enquired "how far do you see?" I said, upto Arsh-e-Moalla (zenith). He then asked me "look below" . I said upto Tahtu-Sara (abyss). He then asked me to sit sown and repeat 'Surah Ikhlas' one thousand times and I did it. He then asked me " Look towards the heaven ". When I did so, he enquired "how far do you see now? " I said upto Hijaab-e-Azmat (dazzling glory of God). He then asked me "close your eyes". I did so, and, after a moment, he told me "open your eyes." I did so. Then he showed me his two fingers and enquired "what do you see through them?" I said, I see 18,000 Aalam (worlds). When he heard this, he said, "now your work is over". Then he looked towards a brick lying nearby and asked me to pick it up. When I did so. I found some deenars' (gold coins) under it. He asked me to go and distribute them among the poor and the needy which I did. I was then instructed to remain with him for some time."

Miracles of Khawaja Gharibnawaz



Why These Miracles?

As indicated by the regular guideline of “seeing is accepting”, man acknowledges and accepts rapidly a handy exhibition in the event that he sees it with his own particular eyes as opposed to being persuaded by whatever other sort of negligible hypothetical training or offer for any great reason. There has been no more prominent and more hallowed reason than the reason for religion ever. Religious conviction has dependably been an issue of solid conviction with humankind, and there can be no flawless or unwavering religious conviction without impeccable and grave conviction in the foundation of which only wonders have had most persuading impact. Marvels, generally speaking, are uncommon phenomena radiating from, or performed by, just those superhuman creatures who are endowed with, the glorious administration of God and His creation.


At the point when man is woefully saturated with sin, he declines to come back to the way of nobility effortlessly, and overlooks all normal human bids for refraining. He needs something all the more capable i.e. some “otherworldly” power to persuade him that evil life was as opposed to the “Awesome Law” and would lead him just to a disgraceful calamity and extreme punishments in both the planets in the event that he didn’t come back to goodness. Just heavenly identities like the Prophets, Saints and Auvtaars, who have no narrow minded issue, are fit for performing by the finesse of God to maintain the reason for endless TRUTH for the liberation of humankind.


Miracles And Modern Science 

The votaries of current science don’t trust in supernatural occurrences. They take them as negligible myths. Anyhow, in Islam, marvels have the power of the Holy Quran. They must be accepted in light of the fact that, firstly, they really happen; furthermore, in light of the fact that they are incontestable recorded certainties; and thirdly, in light of the fact that science is just a weapon of doubters and unbelievers against thing ‘extraordinary’. Researchers keep up that with the exception of the cleric specialty and a few unsophisticated exploited people, no wise individual living in twentieth century devotees to wonders, which are looked upon as minor tales imagined by wily clerics incensed by superstition and medieval moonshine. This storm of simple verbal cover is, in any case, a poor instrument to explode reality about marvels.



Khawaja Sahib’s Pilgrimage To Mecca Every Year

As is clear from his life history Khawaja Moinuddin is accounted for to have performed two Haj journeys to Mecca before turning out to India. Be that as it may the Hajis (travelers who visit Mecca amid the Haj) who attempted journey to Mecca amid Khawaja Sahib’s stay in Ajmer bore proof to the reality on their come back to Indian that they saw the colossal example of piety in Mecca specifically amid the Haj consistently. It was in reality one of his magnificent supernatural occurrences. How might he be able to do this accomplishment without any advanced method for transport 700 years back, is a puzzle past human discernment but then it is an actuality validated by observer and history. Amid the Haj period, he was seen both in Ajmer and Mecca.



Murderer Becomes A Devotee 

When an individual showed up before Hazrat Khawaja Sahib and put on a show to say that he was energetic to pay his tribute to the considerable holy person on that specific day. The Khawaja Sahib answered “Here I am, yet first satisfy your guarantee that brings you here”. The man started to tremble with the thought that his mystery was out before he could act and, conceding his blame, he immediately offered his significant conciliatories sentiment. Now that its out in the open, this man was an associate of a portion of the adversaries of Hazrat Khawaja and had accompanied theprecise proposition of killing the heavenly paragon of piety, a certainty which the colossal holy person came to know by his natural forces. The man appealed to God for the exculpation of the holy person who excused him charitably. The men then grasped Islam and turned into one of the committed `mureeds’ of Khawaja Moinuddin for whatever is left of his life.



Milk From An Immature Cow?

One day Khawaja Moinuddin Chishty was perched on the bank of the Ana-sagar lake at Ajmer. A shepherd-kid happened to pass before him with a crowd of youthful cows who had not yet procured their development. The Khawaja Sahib approached the kid for some milk from his group. The kid took it to be a joke and said, “Baba they are all youthful calf of juvenile age; they don’t yield any milk at this age.” The Khawaja Sahib grinned and, directing towards an adolescent dairy animals, said, “I would like toward beverage the milk of that cow, go and milk her.” The kid obeyed rather hesitatingly. When he went to drain this specific bovine, he was just dumbfounded to discover her teats completely created and over-streaming with milk. The kid filled a few containers with milk which 40 persons drank to their full fulfillment. He was such a great amount of awed by this odd wonder that he got to be incredible lover of Khawaja Sahib.



A Prediction

One day, “mureed” (supporter) of Khawaja Sahib came to him and griped, “Sir, the legislative leader of the city has made my life most hopeless by grievous badgering to such an extent that today he has request my expatriation from the city.” The Khawaja Sahib answered, “Yet where is he now, he has been rebuffed by God?” When the man came back to his home, he heard the news of the representative’s sudden demise because of a tumble from his steed while chasing.



Restoration Of Murdered Man

One day a holding up old lady came to Hazrat Khawaja Moinuddin who was occupied with his “wazoo” (thorough cleansing). The lady grumbled that the legislative leader of the city had killed her child with no shortcoming and that she had come to him to ask for equity. The Khawaja Sahib, in the wake of completing with his “wazoo” grabbed his ‘asa-e-mubarak’ (sacred staff) and went out with the old woman to go to the spot where the killed carcass of her child was lying. His nearby fans likewise tailed him in participation. The Khawaja Sahib set the separated heard in its legitimate position on the assortment of the killed young person and appealed to the Almighty God, “O Allah, if this man was killed with any flaw, then give him his life”. After this request to God, the Khawaja Sahib put his staff on the carcass and said, “Get up by the charge of Allah on the off chance that you are blameless.” The young person got up, solidness and generous, and the following minute both he and his old mother tumbled down at the feet of the considerable paragon of piety of Ajmer in grave appreciation




To The Rescue Of Sheikh Ali

One day Hazrat Khawaja Moinuddin was passing through a road of Ajmer with his chaperon Sheik Ali. Abruptly a bank of Sheik Ali showed up on the scene and, holding him by his article of clothing demanded the installment of his obligation in an extremely disrespectful way. Arguing for the benefit of his specialist, the Great Khawaja guaranteed the leaser that his obligation would now be paid soon and asked for him to release Sheik Ali for the present. At the same time the lender would not permit the orderly to move until his cash was paid on the spot. This willfulness finally summoned Khawaja Sahib’s notorious sensitivity for human deficiencies. In a condition of “jazba” (extraordinary feeling) he took off his “Chadar” (the wrapper which he wore) and flung the same on to the ground. Also when the “Chadar” was flung, it was secured with an enormous load of valuable silver and gold coins. 

The Khawaja Sahib then asked the bank, “Please take away your obligation, considering genuinely much as it is because of you, from this pile yet be mindful so as not to get even a solitary coin more than what is your true blue due.” Overpowered by ravenousness at the sight of such an unlimited riches, the lender underhandedly considered getting more than what was really because of him. At the same time when he extended his hand towards the cash with this insidiousness expectation, it became scarce and his arm got to be as hardened as an iron pole. The loan boss and the spectators were miracle struck at this terrible experience. Understanding his blame, the leaser fell at the feet of the considerable holy person and asked for benevolence. The Khawaja Sahib acknowledged the man’s conciliatory sentiment with his trademark consideration and appealed to God for the rebuilding of his arm to its ordinary condition.

Married Life


How could an awesome Sufi paragon of piety, who had revoked all common delights in his initial ‘teenagers’, ever think about a wedded life? Yet Khawaja Moinuddin Chishty was obliged to wed twice at an exceptionally propelled age under Islamic Shariat at the rule of the Holy Prophet. All through his sprouting youth he was ardently occupied with his troublesome otherworldly preparing under his Pir-o-Murshid, Hazrat Khawaja Usman Harooni, overall time fan. The Sufis, driving an entirely stark and religious life, for the most part denied marriage; their just question of life being finished renunciation and staunch devotion to God in the administration of Islam and mankind.


First Marriage 

When he had settled down in Ajmer, the Khawaja Sahib had an extraordinary update about his marriage through a “Basharat” (prophetic dream) from the Holy prophet at some point in 590 AH or 1193 AD. The Prophet said, “O Moinuddin, You are an extraordinary preceptor of our religion. You ought not withdraw from our “sunnah” (significance marriage which is officeholder upon each Muslim under the laws of Shariat). Circumstantially that very night Malik-a-Khitab aficionado of Hazrat Khawaja Sahib, had caught a Raja’s girl in an experience who grasped Islam and Khawaja sahib, in light of the above update, wedded her providing for her the Islamic name of Bibi Ummutulla..



Second Marriage

By and by the Khawaja Sahib was asked to wed (in 620 AH or 1223 AD) Bibi Asmat, girl of Syed Wajihuddin Mashhadi who was the official of Ajmer since Qutubuddin Aibak’s administration.
Maulana Ahmed, who was a Khadim (specialist) of Hazrat Khawaja Sahib, expresses that Syed Wajihuddin Mashadi had a grown up girl. He was agonized over her marriage, as no suitable match was accessible. One night Hazrat Imam Jafar provided for him this, `basharat’, `O Son, it is the instruction of the Holy Prophet that you ought to wed your girl to Sheik Moinuddin.’ Syed Wajihuddin said this to Hazrat Khawaja Sahib and he answered, “Albeit I am currently excessively old to wed, however the decree of the Holy Prophet must be complied. I acknowledge this connection.” And so the Khawaja Sahib wedded a second time.



Children From Both Wives

It is a verifiable actuality that Khawaja Moinuddin Chishty had three children and one little girl, viz. Khawaja Fakhruddin, Khawaja Hissamuddin, Khawaja Ziaddin Abu Sayeed and Bibi Hafiza Jamal.
It is for the most part concurred that Khawaja Ziauddin Abu Sayeed was conceived of Bibi Asmat while Khawaja Fakhruddin, Khawaja Hissammuddin and Bibi Hafiza Jamal from Bibi Ummatulla Hazrat Syed Mahmud Gesudraz of Gulbarga and his gathering of Sufis are, nonetheless, of the assessment that both the later children were likewise conceived of Bibi Asmat, however Maulana Shamsuddin Taher and his gathering keep up that they were conceived of Bibi Ummatulla.



Khawaja Sahib’s Sons

Khawaja Fakhruddin, the eldest child of Hazrat Khawaja Sahib, was an incredible dervish and took after entirely in the strides of his famous father. He invested the greater part of his time in otherworldly advancement with Hazrat Nizamuddin Aulia of Delhi who was himself an awesome and extraordinary Sufi dervish. He received farming as his calling and existed in a town (Mandal) close Ajmer. He is accounted for to have kicked the bucket in 1265 AD and is covered at Sarwar, 37 miles from Ajmer on the Ajmer-Kekri Road which is an appreciation for several travelers amid his Urs consistently

Khawaja Hissammuddin, the second child of Hazrat Sahib, is accounted for to have vanished in his initial age. All that is known of him is that he passed on in 1255 AD. He is said to have gained the phase of an “abdaal” (certain heavenly individual by whom God proceeds with the world in presence, as per Islamic conviction.)
Khawaja Ziauddin Abu Sayeed, the third child of Hazrat Khawaja Sahib, left two children of whom nothing is further known. He was covered in the areas of Khawaja Sahib’s Dargah at Ajmer and kicked the bucket at 50 years old.
The Khawaja Sahib’s just little girl, Bibi Hafiza Jamal was an extremely devout woman and had inclined Quran by heart at 7 years old. She was hitched to Sheik Raziuddin child of Sultan-ul-Tarikin Hazrat Khawaja Hameed-ud-noise Nagauri; a virtuous dervish who untruths covered at Nagaur in Jodhpur area. She was covered in a tomb on the south of Khawaja Sahib’s altar at Ajmer. Both Bibi Asmat and bibi Ummatulla are additionally covered in the regions of the Dargah of Khawaja Sahib at Ajmer.



Death Of Khawaja Saheb

The passing ceaselessly of Hazrat Khawaja Moinuddin (might peace of god be upon his spirit) from this world to the following which occurred on sixth of Rajab 633 AH (1233 AD) at the ready age of 97 was additionally one of the best riddles of his life.
It goes without saying that by temperance of his celestial life Khawaja Moinuddin is undying. In the previous 750 years, a large number of individuals of all classes and beliefs propelled by his adoration and devout lecturing, are pulled in to his altar from everywhere throughout the world to pay their cherishing tribute and get his gawky favors to take care of their issues. Such a dedication has never been offered to the tomb of any the mightiest rulers of the world and it is an uncommon refinement in the historical backdrop of Islam and Sufism.

The life and mission of Hazrat Khawaja Moinuddin have been of an extraordinary character when contrasted with some other holy persons of India. His basic teachings entered even stony hearts, his warm looks tamed his fiercest foes, his supreme devotion and gifts knew no qualification and his otherworldly flabbergasted and opposed his bitterest enemies who came to damage him however were urged to grasp Isalm and turn into his aficionados for whatever is left of their lives. These exceedingly uncommon blessings are gave by the Almighty God just upon his “picked few” whom He deputes to change humanity at whatever point is goes off to some far away place from the right way of Truth




Mystery Of Khawaja Saheb’s Death

On the night of fifth of Rajab 634 AH the colossal holy person of course, resigned to his cell after the “Isha” supplication to God (the endorsed time of this petition to God is between 8-30 p.m. also midnight) and shut the entryway, educating his going to aficionados not to bother him that night. They stayed away however heard a commotion of something like “wajd” (bliss) all through that specific night. In the early hours of the morning, this commotion however stopped. At the point when not surprisingly, the entryway of the cell did not open at the time of the morning petitions to God (5 to 6am), nervousness was felt all round and eventually it was constrained open by Khawaja Saheb’s fans. Their incredible paragon of piety had surrendered his mortal remains and the accompanying sentence in Arabic was brilliantly sparkling on his temple:

Daily Ceremonies at Dargah


Consistently various exercises are performed by the Khuddam of Hazrat Khawaja Ghareeb Nawaz at the Dargah. These incorporate Khidmat, Langer, Sama Qawwali and Quran presentation.
Khidmat
This function is performed twice, once at a young hour in the morning about at 4.00 a.m. furthermore other at 3.00 p.m. with a slight distinction. In the morning it is performed for 60 minutes prior to the Fajar supplication to God. Right now, the fundamental door of the Tomb is opened, by calling Azan. As of right now just Khadims are permitted to enter to perform khidmat. In influence, khidmat means cleaning the Holy Mazar and offering crisp flowers.The second khidmat happens at 3.00 p.m. Right now, all explorers are allowed inside the Tomb aside from women. Presently separated from offering blossoms, khadims discuss Fateha and offer sandalwood which is additionally dispersed among the travelers.
Lighting (Roshnee)
Fifteen prior minutes evening supplication to God the custom of Roshnee (lighting) happens. It begins with khudam bringing candles inside the Tomb with drums pounding out of sight. Once inside, khadims place these candles in lights and recount some Persian verse. At last the lights are set in the four corners of the Holy Tomb and are lighted.
Karka (Closing function)
Karka is the end function of the Tomb which happens after an hour of Isha supplication to God. As per old custom, around 20 prior minutes shutting the entryway, when fifth piece of the night passes, an individual calls to ring five, the clock sounds five times, the aficionados introduce inside the Tomb are asked for to go out of the Shrine. At that point three khadims clean and breadth the Tomb. After that they leave the Tomb and the chime rings six times. Instantly after that Qawwals sing an uncommon melody called `Karka’. After the melody is over, the doorway of the Tomb is shut.
Langer
Dargah’s day by day service incorporates Langer (free dispersion of sustenance) where they serve wheat porridge which is cooked in an extraordinary grass. This specific porridge is critical on the grounds that this is the same porridge that Khawaja Baba used to devour. It is said that when Emperor Akber went to Khawaja Baba’s Mazar, he used to remain in line and take the Langer like some other standard man. The Langer happens after Isha request to God (namaz)
Sama (Qawwali)
Consistently before the fundamental hallowed place (mazar), after fazar namaz, magrib namaz and Isha namaz, there’s a mehfil-e-sama where reverential tunes on Allah is sung by uncommon Qawwals (reverential vocalist).

Milad & Quran Recital
It’s a complete presentation of the Holy Quran which happens consistently at Jama Masjid and Alamgir Masjid.

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At Mecca and Medina


Khawaja Muinuddin says he was taken to Kaaba (Mecca) in 562 A.H. from Baghdad by his Murshid, Khawaja Usman, where the expert appealed to God for his devotee’s prosperity and salvation. His request to God was replied by a “Nida” (voice) announcing: ‘O Usman, We have acknowledged Muinuddin as one of our cherished enthusiasts”. (Hazrat Sheik Shahabuddin Suhrawardy says he was himself display in Mecca when Khawaja Muinuddin Chishti’s participation occurred.) Khawaja Usman then took Khawaja Muinuddin to Medina and requested that he offer his praise and greetings at the sanctum of the Holy Prophet Mohammed. In this association, Khawaja Muinuddin says: “I did as such and heard a “Nida” accordingly proclaiming: ‘Wa-alaikum-us-Salaam Ya Qutbul Mashaikh-e-bahr-o-bar’ (Peace be on you additionally O profound pioneer of every last one of examples of piety on earth”). Upon this Khawaja Usman educated his train that he had now arrived at the phase of flawlessness as a dervish.


Strange Experience On Travels


Portraying his far reaching goes with his ‘Pir-o-Murshid’ Khawaja Muinuddin says, “I was once going with Hazrat Khawaja Usman in Sewastan. One day we arrived at a ‘Som-Aa’ (religious community) where Hazrat Sadruddin Ahmed Sewastani existed and remained profoundly retained in the dedication of God. For a few days I stayed in his participation. At the point when anyone came to him, he used to get out something from “gheb” (undetectable source) and present the same to the newcomer and asked for him to appeal to God for the dervish so he may convey his courageous confidence in God and his heavenly prophet Mohammed to the grave. At whatever point he knew about the torment that anticipates the wicked dead in their graves (as indicated by Islamic conviction) he used to shudder like a stick even at this terrible thought. He frequently bitingly sobbed for a considerable length of time together and did this so uproariously that even the spectators couldn’t avoid their pathetic feelings. When I went to on him, he was in this perspective. When he recouped he let me know, “My dear, I need to face the passing. In what manner can one whose adversary is Malik-ul-Maut (the heavenly attendant of death) and who needs to render the record of his common deeds or the Day-of-judgment (Qayamat) chuckle or be joyfully occupied with any common undertakings?” He went on, “In the event that you individuals ever knew even a bit about the state of those persons who are interned in their graves with scorpions and snakes tormenting them you would soften like salt. “Hazrat Sadruddin included, “One day I was sitting with a divine being dreading dervish in the cemetery of Basrah. By his instinct the awesome comprehended that the internee of a close-by grave was being subjected to inquiries concerning his religious conviction, and so on (as indicated by Islamic conviction) with appalling torment. On understanding the repulsiveness of this torment this dervish made a fierce “Nara” (boisterous yell) and the following minute he was dead. I have never seen a dervish more astonished at the possibility of after death addressing and torment of the corrupt in their graves than this one. Hazrat Sadruddin further went on, ” It is because of this thought about the terrible torment in grave that I am in segregation for as far back as 30 years and you are the first individual whom I have related this story. Subsequently my dear, it is ideal to invest our time in the commitment of God than in the organization of common individuals in light of the fact that so long as individuals invest their time in the organization of common individuals they are far from God. We must stay away from such affiliation and set ourselves up for the following scene. “After this he provided for me two ” Khurmas’ (dry dates) and resigned to his isolation just to resume his apology.”


Hazarat Khawaja Muinuddin proceeds, “Once I, Hazrat Khawaja Usman Harooni Shiekh Ahaduddin Kirmani and Janab Aarif Revigiri were sitting in the organization of some different dervishes in mosque of Damascus. Sometime during discussion Janab Mohammed Arif said; ” upon the arrival of-judgment (Qaya- mat) the rich will need to complete a record of their doings and direct before God yet the dervishes will be exempted.” One of the dervishes however dithered to accept this and requested a power on such an awesome “fire fighter” from a true book. After a little thought, Janab Arif gave out ‘Kashful-Mahjoob’ as the name of the book however the dervish demanded to see the said book and the “firam” with his own eyes. Upon this Janab Aarif implored the Almighty God for help and by His beauty the holy messengers introduced the specific book to him. When it was demonstrated to the contending dervish he bowed down his head at the feet of Janab Aarif regretfully. Thereafter it was chosen that each of the 4 dervishes present ought to demonstrate his “Karamat” (supernatural occurrence).

Hazrat Usman Harooni put his hand under his “Mussalla” (supplication to God cover) and brought out a few bits of gold and solicited one from the organization present to go and bring some “Halwa” (a sort of sweet glue readied with refined flour spread and sugar for all. Shiekh Ahaduddin Kirmani then touched a dead limb of a tree lying adjacent which promptly became animated and got to be green and thriving. Owing to incredible respect I had for my ‘murshid’, I did nothing. Hazrat Usman then turned to me and said, “Muinuddin you don’t did anything”. Upon this I took out 4 crisp breads from my wallet and gave them over to the dervishes who were feeling excessively ravenous yet did not express their longing before the organization because of disgrace. Janab Aarif then said, “A dervish who had no such powers did not should be known as a dervish. ”
Hazrat Khawaja Muinuddin says, “Once I, Hazrat Usman and an alternate dervish were on an excursion when we arrived at the town of Awash where we met Shiekh Bahauddin Awashi. He was an awesome dervish and it was his custom that whosoever went to him at his Khanqah (detached spot of reflection), he was offered something. He used to circulate garments additionally, which he got from “gheb” (undetectable sources). When we exited him, he provided for me a valuable separating exhortation. He said, “O dervish, whatever you escape in philanthropy for the sake of Allah and never store any riches. Nourish the humble and the destitute of God so you may turn into one of His cherished.”

Hazrat Khawaja Muinuddin proceeds with, “Our next stop was at Badakhshan where we met a respected old dervish one of whose feet was cut away. He was 100 years of age and was entirely invested in the commitment of God. When I enquired about his severed foot, he said, “One day, overwhelmed by my “nafs” (appetitive longing) I put this foot out of the ‘Som Aa’ (religious community) when I heard a “nida” (voice), “O lover, have you overlooked your promise with me? I promptly felt embarrassed and cut off my foot and discarded it on the grounds that it had driven me out of the ‘Som Aa’ and was the reason for breaking my vow with God. I don’t know in what capacity might I have the capacity to demonstrate my face and wipe off this disfavor before different dervishes on the Day-of-Judgment.”

Conversion Of Fire Worshippers


All history specialists report a brilliant wonder about Hazrat Khawaja Usman Harooni when he was nobody of his visits with Khawaja Muinuddin from Harwan to Baghdad. In the town of Ray, which was an enormous middle of flame admirers, they had a huge blaze sanctuary wherein 20 wagonloads of kindling were expended every day to keep the blaze alive for all the 24 hours. Hazrat Khawaja Usman stayed here under a shady tree. While he captivated himself in his night petitions to God, he approached his orderly Fakhruddin to orchestrate the flame and set up some sustenance to end the day’s quick. Fakruddin went to the blaze admirers and asked for some blazing coal to set up his flame yet they rejected and said, “This is our god we can’t give any flame out of it. “The specialist returned and reported the matter to his expert. Hazrat Khawaja Usman then himself went and found that an old man, whose name was Mukhtar, was perched on a raised wooden stage with a 7 year old kid in his lap and numerous persons were occupied in revering the flame around him. Hazrat Usman addressed him, “What is the utilization of loving flame which is yet an unimportant making of the Almighty God and which can be smothered with a little water, why didn’t you revere that genuine and genuine God, the Creator of this blaze and of all the universe, so you may determine profit and have everlasting salivation. “The old man answered, “Fire in our religion is extremely sacrosanct and it is the wellspring of our salvation, we venerate it with the goal that it would not smolder us on the Day-of-Reckoning.”

Hazrat Usman: great. Since you have been revering it for a long time now put your hand in it. In the event that it is a wellspring of your salvation it ought not blaze you.
The Old Man: But blazing is the way of the flame, who can set out to put his hand in it but then be protected from it?
Hazrat Usman: Fire is under the summon of the Almighty God, the Creator of the entire universe without His order it can’t blaze even a hair.
Having said this, Hazrat Usman took the kid from the arms of the old man and recounting, “Bismillah-Ar-Rehman-ir-Rahim-Yaa Naaro kuni bar da-wassalaam-un-ala-Ibrahim” (for the sake of lenient and Compassionate God, O flame be thou cool and a method for security for Abraham) (Quran), he abruptly vanished in the blazing blaze. The flame admirers started to cry and wail. It was after sooner or later that by the beauty of God, Hazrat Usman developed out of the flame truly unscathed with the kid in his arms, solidness and generous. The blaze could do them no mischief. The old minister and his mates were shockingly excessively glad to see the kid protected and sound, and asked him, ” what did you see in the flame? ” The kid answered, “I was playing in an arrangement as a result of the endowments of this Sheik.”

All the flame admirers, in the wake of seeing this wonder, grasped Islam and got to be Hazrat Khawaja Usman’s committed devotees. Mukhtar’s name was changed into Abdulla and the kid’s into Ibrahim after the Islamic design. Hazrat Usman stayed in Ray for 2 and half years and granted fundamental Islamic teachings and lessons to the new changes over. Rather than the flame sanctuary, a glorious mosque was inherent Ray which stands even right up ’til today.

Punctuality Of Namaz


As indicated by Khawaja Muinuddin Chishti, “One day my Murshid Hazrat Usman said “Tomorrow, when the day-of-judgment will come,when all-prophets paragons of piety and Muslims will be questioned by God Almighty about their obligation to “Namaz” (requests to God). The individuals who have released this obligation dependably will be saved yet the individuals who have not, or who have been torpid, will be flung in Waile which is a well in damnation and where the discipline is terrifying.”



Crossing Of Tigris


Describing an alternate trip with Pir-o-Murshid Hazrat Khawaja Usman, Khawaja Muinuddin says, “We were on an excursion, when we arrived at the bank of the stream Tigris, it was frightfully flooding under an irate storm. I was irritated about intersection it. Hazrat Usman comprehended my dread and requested that I “close the eyes”. I did as such. When I opened my eyes after a short time I discovered him and myself both on the opposite side of the waterway. I respectfully enquired concerning how it happened? The considerable Murshid said, “We rehashed Al-hamd Sharif (Surah Fatiha from the Quran) five times and crossed the waterway.

Renouncement And Initiation

Khawaja Muinuddin used to contemplate for a considerable length of time together over the terrible scenes of the frightful slaughter in Khorasan which he had been seeing with extraordinary agony for quite a long while after his more youthful days. With these terrible impressions his enthusiasm for common life and joys was decreasing quick. Internally he was all that much stressed and yearned to be far from such a frantic world on the off chance that he could figure out how to see a way out.

Renouncement


One day (in 556 AD), he ran over a “Majzoob” (an awesome individual continually immersed in accord with God) in the individual of one Sheik Ibrahim Qandozi who happened to go to his plantation. The adolescent Khawaja Muinuddin was watering the plants around then. Quickly he saw the dervish, he invited him eagerly and in the wake of kissing his hands respectfully made him take a seat under a shady tree. He then brought a group of new grapes and asked for the blessed man to consume it. The appeal was followed. The awesome appeared to respect the behavior and this motion of the adolescent Khawaja’s accommodation and without a moment’s delay seen, by his instinctive forces, that his host was internally stressed and surprise, had a sparkle of perfect love in his heart and was an enthusiastic seeker after Truth. Over whelmed by the joy of this comprehension the dervish brought out a touch of “Khul” (the substance left after the oil was removed from the sesame seed or Til – a few antiquarians say it was a bit of bread) from his wallet and in the wake of biting it place it in the mouth of Khawaja Muinuddin. No sooner had he consumed it, than the shroud of all common creative ability was lifted from his brain and he ended up in very much a peculiar world transmitting with ‘perfect sign.’ When Khawaja Muinuddin recouped from this uncommon experience, he found that Sheik Ibrahim Qandozi had gone


Not A Fable


This bizarre profound experience, which established the framework of Khawaja Muinuddin’s perfect vocation, would resemble an eccentric tale from the Arabian Nights to the present world charmed in realism. At the same time it is not a tale or a fantasy in light of the fact that such supernatural occurrences have happened with the mystics or Sufi dervishes or Rishis and Munis of the most elevated request in the East. Furthermore they do happen even today if one is sufficiently fortunate to run over any “genuine” divine (who likes to live in ceaseless indefinite quality far from all common look to evade interference in his reverential vocation). Such wonders are abundantly upheld by the old religious books or Scriptures of almost all the main and perceived religions of the world all of which are focused around mysticism. The populace of this twentieth century in which realism overwhelmingly overwhelms mysticism may mocking and decline to have confidence in such superhuman deeds and may commonly request some significant legitimate or investigative verifications to help them.


 Anyhow such questions can be effectively scattered by a moment investigation they could call their own particular religious Scriptures. The rationalities of Islamic Sufism and the old Yogic and Vedantic sciences of Hindu civilisation additionally help us to trust in such marvels obviously. In this concealed exploration of otherworldly fellowship or unity with God all sensible contentions are deliberately dismisses in light of the fact that rationale and Sufism don’t go as one, which was the ideology of Khawaja Muinuddin and various other extraordinary Sufis and examples of piety of the East. It is not one or the other taught in our cutting edge Universities nor would it be able to be dissected in our investigative research centers. It is Knowledge from God that goes to His “darling” aficionados just.

Departure for Bokhara


The quick impulse of the aforementioned supernatural involvement with Sheik Ibrahim Qandozi was that Khawaja Muinuddin disavowed the world. He lost no time in offering ceaselessly his plantation and the windmill alongside all his other common things and conveyed each pie of the deal returns among the poor and the destitute. He then cut off all his ties with his dear and close ones, bade them a last farewell and left Neshapur for Bokhara, which was the seat of adapting in those days looking for religious learning and good instruction.


An attractive youth who had revoked the world in his initial teenagers was seen strolling isolated on the Neshapur-Bokhara expressway in the midst of wilderness and creature life, without a companion without a penny in his pocket and with no present or future any expectation of procurement for his vocation undauntedly resolved to look for Truth. The steadily developing dissatisfaction of his prior years disregarding all his rich customs and material belonging had all of a sudden changed into an immaculate happiness promptly after a heavenly vision got through the assistance of an extraordinary ‘Majzoob’. He was by all accounts extremely content with his clearly melancholy part. At this stage, on the other hand he didn’t realize that one day he would be one of the best heavenly paragons of piety and “Mujaheds” of his day in the historical backdrop of Islam who would turn the tables of the fiendishness world, who would apply the ointment of comfort and salvation to the injuries of the beset mankind and who would result in destruction of the reclaim the torment of the persecuted? This young explorer in a forsaken world was none yet Khawaja Muinuddin playing in the hands of Destiny for an exceedingly fantastic mission and astounding vocation committed to the reason for peace and joy of humanity.

This distinguished child of Islam and devoted servant of the abused humankind, had chosen to go to Bokhara for his training on the grounds that the acclaimed oriental colleges of Baghdad and Neshapur had endured harm because of the desolates of constant wars and loot however Bokhara had still a portion of the best instructive establishments and the scholarly “Ulama” of his time.
Nothing is recorded by students of history about Khawaja Muinuddin’s essential instruction however considering his respectable legacy; it is sheltered to assume that he must have gotten in any event his initial Quranic lessons at home. One history specialist reports that he had learned Quran by heart at 7 years old.

While in Bokhara, Khawaja Muinuddin got his training in all the oriental sciences and writing from numerous educated “Ulama” of the day, noticeable of whom was Maulana Hissamuddin Bokhari from whom he got his “jubba” (shroud) and ‘Dastaar-e-Fazilat’ (turban of taking in) the two most astounding scholarly certificates or “robes of learning” of that time.

At Samaqand


Having finished his training at Bokhara, Khawaja Muinuddin went to Samarqand which was likewise an incredible seat of adapting in those days. There excessively he went to numerous driving organizations to flawless his insight in Theology, Philosophy and Grammar. The years of his instruction in Bokhara and Samarqand are accounted for to be somewhere around 1150 and 1160 AD or 552 AH.


In Quest For A Spritual Preceptor


In the wake of outfitting himself with all the best accessible training (good and religious) which he could get, Khawaja Muinuddin now redirected his regard for the otherworldly side of his preparation. He now required a ‘profound preceptor’ and chose to leave Samarqand in journey of the nation towards Baghdad. On this trip he went to the town of Harwan or Haroon where one of the best Sufi dervishes of his time Hazrat Khawaja Usman Harooni, existed. (Conceived 510 A.H. passed on 617 A.H. also covered at Mecca.) This awesome holy person had a reverberating distinction which pulled in scores of persons from far and close for their profound edification and religious and good preparing under him.


At the feet of Murshid


One day Khawaja Muinuddin chose to present himself before this incredible holy person. When he approached the holy person, he kissed the ground with all due love and argued: “Sir, might I demand you to enroll man as one of your unassuming and gave “mureeds” (supporters)’? Hazrat Khawaja Usman immediately saw by his instinctive forces that Muinuddin was the fittest possibility to join the circle of his supporters, and allowed his solicitation without a second thought.



Initiation


Khawaja Muinuddin says, in his own words, about his otherworldly start “I had the pleasure of showing up before Hazrat Usman when numerous other profound illuminating presences were additionally display. I bowed my head in serious veneration. Hazur Usman requested that I offer 2 “rakaats” of Namaaz (petitions to God). I did it. He then guided me to sit confronting the Kaaba (Mecca). I did it. He let me know to rehash Darud Sharif (commendation and gifts for the heavenly prophet and his family) 21 times and to say ‘Subhan Allah’ (God be applauded) 60 times. I did it. After that he remained up took my hand in his own particular and looked towards the paradise saying: “Let me exhibit you to God”. After that he trim off my hair with a scissors and afterward put an extraordinary Tarki top (Kolah Chahaar Tarki) on my head and requested that I take a seat. He then requested that I rehash ‘Surah Ikhlas’ (a Quranic verse) one thousand times. I did it. He then said, “among our adherents there is one and only day and one night’s Mujaheda (probation) consequently go and do it today” Accordingly I burned through one day and one night in petitions to God and returned before him. He requested that I take a seat and rehash ‘Surah Ikhlas’ again one thousand times. I did as such. “Look towards the paradise”, he then asked me. When I raised my eyes towards the paradise he enquired “how far do you see?” I said, upto Arsh-e-Moalla (pinnacle). He then asked me “look beneath” . I said upto Tahtu-Sara (void). He then requested that I sit sown and rehash ‘Surah Ikhlas’ one thousand times and I did it. He then asked me ” Look towards the paradise “. When I did as such, he enquired “how far do you see now? ” I said upto Hijaab-e-Azmat (stunning radiance of God). He then asked me “close your eyes”. I did as such, and, after a minute, he let me know “open your eyes.” I did as such. At that point he demonstrated to me his two fingers and enquired “what do you transparent them?” I said, I see 18,000 Aalam (planets). When he heard this, he said, “now your work is over”. At that point he looked towards a block lying adjacent and requested that I lift it up. When I did as such. I discovered a few deenars’ (gold coins) under it. He requested that I go and convey them among the poor and the penniless which I did. I was then educated to stay with him for quite a while.”

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THE KHADIMS ARE HAVE BEEN INTIMATELY CONNECTED WITH THE HOLY SHRINE SINCE THE TIME OF HAZRAT KHWAJA MOINUDDIN CHISHTY. THEIR EXISTANCE IS MERGED IN THE EXISTENCE OF THE DARGAH SHARIF. IT WAS SEVERAL CENTURIES AFTER THE RIGHTS OF KHADIMS HAD BEEN WELL-ESTABLISHED AND REGOGNISED BY THE SOVEREIGN POWERS.NOBODY HAS GOT THE RIGHT TO OPPOINT OR DISMISS THEM AND THEY ARE NOT PAID SERVANTS.THE WORD KHADIM IS THEREFORE, A MARK OF RESPECT FOR THE KHADIM COMMUNITY. THE SERVICES WHICH THEY HAVE BEEN PERFORMING IN THE DARGAH SHARIF FOR CENTURIES HAVE ASSOCIATED WITH THEM THE FEELINGS OF REVERENCE OF INNUMERABLE MOHAMMADANS OF INDIA AND ABROAD, AND THESE PEOPLE PRIDE THEMSELVES OVER BEING KNOWN AS KHADIMS OF KHWAJA BABA.THE KHADIMS POSSESSING HISTORICAL RIGHTS APPERTAINING TO, THE KAABA, THE HOLY TOMB OF THE PROPHET S.A.W. AT MADINA, THE TOMB OF HAZRAT IMAM HUSSAIN A.S. AT KARBAL AND DARGAH SHARIF OF HAZRAT SHAIKH ABDUL QADIR JILANI R.A. AT BAGHDADARE DESIGNATED AS KHADIMS AND MUJAWIRS. KNOWN AS KHADIMS OF KHWAJA BABA.THE KHADIMS POSSESSING HISTORICAL RIGHTS APPERTAINING TO, THE KAABA, THE HOLY TOMB OF THE PROPHET S.A.W. MUJAWIRS.


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THE KHADIMS ARE HAVE BEEN INTIMATELY CONNECTED WITH THE HOLY SHRINE SINCE THE TIME OF HAZRAT KHWAJA MOINUDDIN CHISHTY. THEIR EXISTANCE IS MERGED IN THE EXISTENCE OF THE DARGAH SHARIF. IT WAS SEVERAL CENTURIES AFTER THE RIGHTS OF KHADIMS HAD BEEN WELL-ESTABLISHED AND REGOGNISED BY THE SOVEREIGN POWERS.NOBODY HAS GOT THE RIGHT TO OPPOINT OR DISMISS THEM AND THEY ARE NOT PAID SERVANTS.

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THE KHADIMS ARE HAVE BEEN INTIMATELY CONNECTED WITH THE HOLY SHRINE SINCE THE TIME OF HAZRAT KHWAJA MOINUDDIN CHISHTY. THEIR EXISTANCE IS MERGED IN THE EXISTENCE OF THE DARGAH SHARIF. IT WAS SEVERAL CENTURIES AFTER THE RIGHTS OF KHADIMS HAD BEEN WELL-ESTABLISHED AND REGOGNISED BY THE SOVEREIGN POWERS.NOBODY HAS GOT THE RIGHT TO OPPOINT OR DISMISS THEM AND THEY ARE NOT PAID SERVANTS.


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THE KHADIMS ARE HAVE BEEN INTIMATELY CONNECTED WITH THE HOLY SHRINE SINCE THE TIME OF HAZRAT KHWAJA MOINUDDIN CHISHTY. THEIR EXISTANCE IS MERGED IN THE EXISTENCE OF THE DARGAH SHARIF. IT WAS SEVERAL CENTURIES AFTER THE RIGHTS OF KHADIMS HAD BEEN WELL-ESTABLISHED AND REGOGNISED BY THE SOVEREIGN POWERS.NOBODY HAS GOT THE RIGHT TO OPPOINT OR DISMISS THEM AND THEY ARE NOT PAID SERVANTS.

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THE KHADIMS ARE HAVE BEEN INTIMATELY CONNECTED WITH THE HOLY SHRINE SINCE THE TIME OF HAZRAT KHWAJA MOINUDDIN CHISHTY. THEIR EXISTANCE IS MERGED IN THE EXISTENCE OF THE DARGAH SHARIF. IT WAS SEVERAL CENTURIES AFTER THE RIGHTS OF KHADIMS HAD BEEN WELL-ESTABLISHED AND REGOGNISED BY THE SOVEREIGN POWERS.NOBODY HAS GOT THE RIGHT TO OPPOINT OR DISMISS THEM AND THEY ARE NOT PAID SERVANTS.