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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.