Boundless Miracles of Khuwaja Ghareeb Nawaz

Once upon a while there existed a Rajput Raja of the Chauhaan Empire, who led the empires of Delhi and Ajmer in north India thru the final partial of the 12th century. Raja Prithvee’s mother once foretold her Son that a Muslim Saint would derive in his kingdom and if he mistreated the Saint, his empire would be sacked. Astonished to overhear such words from her mouth the King was very furious and as predicted by her the forecast came to be true.

The holy and sacred Hazrat Khuwaja Moin-uddin Chistie endured with his cliques on the shores of Ana-Saagar River. The cliques of the Holy-Saint drew water from it and occasionally they would fish from the river, these actions were offensive according to the opinions and divine mental state of the Hindus and the King. Surrounding the river were several temples and the priests protested about Opposing Hindu deeds to the King. Without hearing the Saints point of view the King instantly passed orders for the removal of all Muslim Saints and his cliques from the shores of Ana-Saagar.

The emperor’s warriors not only call for the removal of Hazrat Khuwaja Moin-uddin and his cliques but also proudly claimed on their evacuating the Ajmer land. This notification of departing Ajmer-shareef was proclaimed in a very impolite and wrong tone. While on the other hand Hazrat Khuwaja Sahib was not willing to agree to the departure from Ajmer-shareef with his cliques since he was directly instructed and commanded by the noble Prophet and was dwelling by the will of Allah the Great Almighty.

A plan was prepared by the priests to mob and attack Khuwaja sahib with the vital aim of executing him, knowing the intentions Khuwaja sahib took some sand in his hands and tossed it upon these unkind priests which withdrew them whereas some lost khuwaja ghareeb nawazbrains, some lost eye-sight and some ran missing in fear. Now the Gurus were on their toes desperately hiding from Khuwaja Sahib to save breathes. The Gurus rushed to narrate the incident to the cruel King and nearly reached his palace.

When the King observed the situation he turned out to be very disturbed and dismayed. He instantly took a very merciless step in contrary to the situation and ordered the river to be secured as Khuwaja sahib and his cliques must not be permitted to access the water. He called the alarm and deployed his soldiers on the shores of Ana-Saagar and firmly stated “Muslims should not be permitted to fetch water from the river”. When Khuwaja sahib’s cliques arrived at the river to fetch water, they witnessed that the rivers water was completely forbidden for them and the Kings army were deployed there. The followers became very startled and reported back to Khuwaja Moin-uddin with an unfilled vessel and explained what they had witnessed.

Hazrat Khuwaja Moin-uddin Chistie was very upset and personally went towards the river to fetch water and came face to face with a soldier, who disallowed him from fetching water from the river bank. Hazrat Khuwaja Moin-uddin Chistie looked at him with his marvelous senses. The poor warrior could not repel Hazrat Khuwaja Moin-uddin’s annoyed expression and he turned out to be tense and trembled down to the earth knocked out and also released the weapon from his enormous hands. Hazrat Khuwaja Moin-uddin captivated and drew the entire water-course of the city in his beaker together with Ana-Saagar’s water too. The water-sources of the entire city strangely died out. Not just this but even the nursing mothers milk in their breasts and of even animals dried out. The great loss of water was noted by the King and his people with dismay. This marvel triggered a prodigious revolution in the opinions and spirits of the community.

As a result, a great total of people embraced the holy religion Islam at the noble hands of Hazrat Khuwaja Moin-uddin Chistie. The power of the rivals to him shrunk due to his extraordinary marvels. Now It was the Kings turn to be criticized by his own general public for the loss of the rivers water. Despite of his finest hard work and policies Ana-Saagar’s water could not be reinstated. Sick and tired of the complete incident at last Prithvee-Raj-Chauhaan the so called Great-King personally paid a visit to Hazrat Khuwaja Moin-uddin Chistie and begged that in future he will never forbid the usage of the river for any human-being or living-creature, which is definitely an open reward of Mother-Nature. He made an apology to the Holy-Saint and the water facility was given back to all instantly.

Decision: Dear Islamic brothers and sisters the lesson we learned from the very episode is that never disrespect the holy saints of Almighty Allah for they are the friends of Allah and they are supported by Him beyond our imagination. Our holy ancestors, together of blood and spirit and respectively of our soul’s rest definitely on the grounds of their martyr. They are very close to our souls and hearts plus, when connected with in aware habits, they are surely a great source of remedy, support and amity. So please do respect them, for because of them and their sacrifices we are born Muslims.

Huzoor Ghous-e-Azam (رَضِیَ اللہُ تَعَالٰی عَنْہُ) session with Hazrat Khizhar (عَلَیْہِ الصَّلَاۃُ وَالسَّلَام)

Abdul Qadir Jilani (رَضِیَ اللہُ تَعَالٰی عَنْہُ) say’s when he started his divine trainings in the wildernesses of Baghdad; he met an individual who was very attractive and had a Religious and sparkling face. The person inquired if he would like to stopover with him. Abdul Qadir Jilani (رَضِیَ اللہُ تَعَالٰی عَنْہُ) said that he would love to. The person then stated that this could only be done if you promise to be obedient to my commands and never to question my sayings or actions. Abdul Qadir Jilani (رَضِیَ اللہُ تَعَالٰی عَنْہُ) instantly agreed upon this. The person then ordered Abdul Qadir Jilani to sit at a recommended place and not to move till he returned back. The person left and returned approximately after one year and found Hazrat Abdul Qadir Jilani (رَضِیَ اللہُ تَعَالٰی عَنْہُ) still seated at the prescribed place. He spent a few moments with Abdul Qadir Jilani (رَضِیَ اللہُ تَعَالٰی عَنْہُ) and then asked him to sit and wait for him once more. This person left and returned again after one year. He once again spent some time with the Great Saint and then left again giving him the same orders as he had done twice. He then came back after a year and along with him brought some milk and (bread). At last he proclaimed “I am Hazrat Khizhar (عَلَیْہِ الصَّلَاۃُ وَالسَّلَام) and I have been asked to eat this food with you and so they ate.

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Marvels of the Script of Hazrat Data Gannj-e-Baaksh Ali Haajveri (رَحْمَۃُ اللہِ تَعَالٰی عَلَیْہِ)

Hazrat Data Gannj-e-Baaksh Ali Haajveri (رَحْمَۃُ اللہِ تَعَالٰی عَلَیْہِ) spent his life educating, advising, and encouraging and motivating and originating the statement of truth. Thousands of benighted people transformed into  Islamic scholars, masses of people welcomed Islam, the uncertain began to follow the straight Path, the preposterous found sense and soberness, the unlawful  became lawful and the wrongdoers became righteous under his powers.
marvels of data ganj bakhsh

He has scripted various books but this particular book has a predominant spot in the
world of Sufism and it is scripted in Persian jargon. This specific publication symbolizes Sufi ideology such as Maarifaat, Tareeqat and Waylayaat in such an idea that they mirror the requirements of comprehensive age. For instance, this very script was beneficial 900 years back and is beneficial at the present-day and will be beneficial for as long as Almighty Allah (عَزَّوَجَلَّ) desires it to be.

Hazrat Nizaam-uddin Auliya (رَحْمَۃُ اللہِ تَعَالٰی عَلَیْہِ) states that:

If you do not have a (Mursheed) you should interpret this book and by the sanctification of reading it you will discover your (Mursheed).This book is like a spotless (Mursheed) in Persian jargon dazzling like an uprising light in the dark path with no other race. This script is one of the finest and genuine scripts of Sufism. This very book on the subject of Sufism attracts all the dominant Sufi Saints of India to obtain real counseling and it is treated as “Toraath and Bibble” of Sufism.

Hazrat Syed Ali Hujwairi (رَحْمَۃُ اللہِ تَعَالٰی عَلَیْہِ) also recognized as Data Gannj Baaksh (رَحْمَۃُ اللہِ تَعَالٰی عَلَیْہِ) influence powerful physical place in the Ahle Tareeqat holy persons and is an eminent Sufi scholar. Unlimited personalities acknowledge him as a wise Sufi scholar and his script Kaash-al Maajub is one of the best credible books of Sufism. This script does not only have the descriptions and saying of the Sufi scholars but also has deep-seated organs of genuine Sufi substantial. This particular book (Kaash al-Mahjoob) portrays the entire “Mursheed” guidance. The Islamic Scholars and spiritual saints have altogether advised the value of this specific book greatly.

This script particularly frees the saintly birds of guidance and smooth’s way, Data ganj bakhshuplifting the hearts with radiant lights removing dirt and the reader of this book harvests the real perceptive of Islamic laws (Sh
ariat). This certain book washes spiritually the inner heart and abolishes the
secret hurdles within 
characters. This particular book consists of life histories of many Islamic ideals and the style in which it is scripted welcomes the cool breeze of guidance for those who eye this specific book. This script is very comprehensive as it aids the learners of Sufism in each and every age.

Hazrat Syed Ali Hujwairi (رَحْمَۃُ اللہِ تَعَالٰی عَلَیْہِ) narrates in his book:

Oh learners of Sufism, May Almighty Allah (عَزَّوَجَلَّ) grant you with the compensation of both the worlds, and he further states: By scripting this book my ambition was to fulfill all the needs of the reader and to insure that he may not obtain any other book and that this particular book will be more than enough for the learners of Sufism.

Shah Abdul Latif Bhattai (رَحْمَۃُ اللہِ تَعَالٰی عَلَیْہِ) advising harmony with his poetry globally

In view, Shah Abdul Latif Bhattai (رَحْمَۃُ اللہِ تَعَالٰی عَلَیْہِ) was a graceful man, of an average size. He was solidly built, had cloudy ochre eyes, with a wide and tall forehead. He developed a beard according to the size permitted in the holy prophet’s Sunnah. He had a sincere and cautious review about himself and consumed much life in deep thoughts and self-examination, because he was always worried about his virtuous and religious development with the only reason of searching connection of the sacred. He would often investigate loneliness and think about seriously on the blazing queries flowing in his imagination toward mankind’s spiritual soul:

Reasons to create man-kind ?

 What is his Objective on the Globe? What is his Connection with his Originator?

 What is his Final Goal?

These queries agitated him and drove him towards loneliness and self-examination. He despised inhumanity and could never cause true misery to man-kind or even to an animal-kingdom. He proclaimed a very straightforward life of tolerant. His meal consumption was plain and cautious, so was his getup which was generally ingrained yellow, the shade of the getup of usually monks, Sufis, and hermit, tailored with ebony filaments. Until today, his remains are safeguarded at “Bhitshah” (where his tomb stands), along with so of his monuments such as a marching cane, a pair of eating receptacle, one originated of Sandal-wood and the other of luminous rock, which he utilized for consuming and drinking. His tall beret and his ebony headdress are firmly safeguarded.

In expedition of spiritual candor, Shah Abdul Latif Bhattai (رَحْمَۃُ اللہِ تَعَالٰی عَلَیْہِ) well-traveled to various sectors of Sindh and also visited to the adjoining grounds as far as Lasbella, Multan, Jaiesalmeer and Bhuuj. He was well acknowledged among the well-known Sultans and Shahs at crest of might and laws of “Kaalhooras” in the province of Sindh. Nevertheless he well-travelled concerned only towards Islam in the clique of monks, hermits and frequently solo stepping in towns and cities, to comprehend the genuine directives of Islam enclosed in nature. During his journey he traveled towards the highlands, canyons, coastlands, plains and elevations where he encountered the traditional elementary inhabitations. He simultaneously journeyed towards the “Barren Hills” in the south city area of Hyderabad, Sindh.

The verses of his poem include the experience of “Sindhi Sailors” and their sailing expedition to Srilanka and Java. For approximately three years durations, he journeyed with monks and hermits, in pursuit of the faith, harmony, and reconciliation in the highlands of “Lasbella”. At various parts in the “Risaloh” it is remarked that he has been travelling with these hermits to these great, sacred and serene places. He also journeyed to very distant locations in the “Thaar” Desert such as “Junnagaadh” and “Jaisaalmer”.

All though Sindhi authors have not considered toward poetry for children yet still many authors and organizations have been generating positive things for the youth. The most wonderful voice of “Sufism” in Sindh belongs to the “Risaloh” of Shah Abdul Latif Bhattai (رَحْمَۃُ اللہِ تَعَالٰی عَلَیْہِ). This evident collection of magical poetry transmits the vast custom of “Sufism” in a vivid and rich territorial language.

Family tree and Urs of Shah Abdul Latif Bhattai (رَحْمَۃُ اللہِ تَعَالٰی عَلَیْہِ)

A famous Muslim scholar, educator and an original writer of poetry, Merza Caliche Beige has performed a tremendous benefit to Sindhi research by compiling data relatively of the initial life of Shah Bhattai, from the discussions that he had regularly secured with numerous old kin still existing, who acknowledged these details from their parents and ancestors for they had viewed Shah Abdul Latif Bhattai (رَحْمَۃُ اللہِ تَعَالٰی عَلَیْہِ) personally and had even voiced with him.

His forefathers had come from (Herat) which is still the 2nd biggest city of Afghanistan to Sindh, after it was removed by “Timur” and his Mongol combatants. Shah Abdul Latif Bhattai (رَحْمَۃُ اللہِ تَعَالٰی عَلَیْہِ) was the grandson of Abdul Karim Bullree (رَحْمَۃُ اللہِ تَعَالٰی عَلَیْہِ) who was a supernatural wordsmith of great honor, his poetry in Sindhi is living and his honoring is still guarded at Bullree in the formation of an Urs.

Syed Habib Shah (رَحْمَۃُ اللہِ تَعَالٰی عَلَیْہِ) was his father who lived in “Hallah-Haveli” a small town 40 miles from “Mattiarri” and next to the village of “Bhitshah”. Afterwards he left the venue and migrated to “Kottri” where Shah Abdul Latif Bhattai (رَحْمَۃُ اللہِ تَعَالٰی عَلَیْہِ) spent some part of his immature life.

Shah Abdul Latif Bhattai (رَحْمَۃُ اللہِ تَعَالٰی عَلَیْہِ) obtained his greater scholarship in the Maaktab of Akhund Noor Muhammad in fundamental Persian and Sindhi. He is also recognized to have recollected great verses of the holy Qur’an. His communication in Persian with present-day scholar “Makhdoum Moin-uddin Thattavi” as included in the Risaalah-e-Owaisi which brings onlookers to his scholarly ability. In his poetry he addresses Sindh and its adjoining territory; he drafts the remote cities such as Samarqand and “Constantinople” which is now called “Istanbul” he also unfolded about (Saamuundi) Sindhi sailors and their shipping methods journeys as deep as the “Malaabar” shores “Ceylon” which is now called Srilanka and the island of Java. His poetry was early interpreted into German language in 1866 approximately 100 years after his demise by a German Islamic scholar and preacher who was captivated by Sindhi language and culture in around 1860’s. With the support of Sindhi philosophers he gathered a collection of the earliest verses and named it “Shah Jo Risaloh”.

The Urs of Shah Abdul Latif Bhattai (رَحْمَۃُ اللہِ تَعَالٰی عَلَیْہِ) is a great ceremony in Sindh, where nations from virtually every small town, districts and cities of Sindh and from various districts and cities of other regions of Pakistan. The Urs begins from 14th Safar every Islamic calendar and continues for three days in which prosperous, needy, immature, elderly, intellectual and farmers make a decisive attempt to show up. His followers, hermits and artists assemble around and narrate passages of his poetry. Intellectual contest and demonstration of his efforts and old Sindhi antiques are also publicized and promoted. In the final approximately 8 years of his momentous life, Shah Abdul Latif Bhattai (رَحْمَۃُ اللہِ تَعَالٰی عَلَیْہِ) lived in Bhitshah. A few days earlier his demise he separated to his rock-shaped dwelling and squandered all his precious moments in invocation, fasting and consuming very little.

The tomb aloft his grave was constructed by (Mian Ghulam Shah Kalhoro) to celebrate his success over the Rao of Kuchh a Maratha ally in the Desert of “Thaar”.

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