Abul Qasim Gurgani

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Shaykh Abul Qasim Gurgani (380-450 AH) (Persian:ابو القاسم گورگانی)[1] was an Iranian sufi of Kubruwia Sufi tariqah as well as some other Sufi orders.Shaykh Gurgani authored a book named “Fusūl al-Tarīqah wa Fusūl al-Haqīqah”[2] His Grave is located in a small village, three kilometers south of Torbat Ḥeydarīyeh in Iran.

Early life[edit]

He was born in Gorgan (situated in northern Iran) in 380 AH. He received the spiritual Knowledge of Sufism from the master of Abu Usman Almaghribi.[3]

His Companions[edit]

His spiritual successor was Abubakr Nisaj[4] and some other disciples were.

  • Abu Ali al-Farmadi
  • Khwaja Ali Hallaj
  • Abubakr Abdullah Tusi

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Kashf al-mahjúb. 
  2. ^ Shadharāt al-Dhahab fī Akhbār min Dhahab (Arabic), by Imam Shuhab al-Din abi
  3. ^ Anees at-Talibeen wa Uddat as-Salikeen, by Salah bin Mubarak Bukhari
  4. ^ Biographical article, Daira Maarif Buzurg Islami, Iran