Alaul Haq Pandavi

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Alaul Haq Pandavi
Religion Islam
Personal
Born West Bengal
Died Pandava sharif
Senior posting
Based in Pandava Sharif, West Bengal, India
Title Ganje Nabat
Period in office Late 12th century and early 13th century
Predecessor Shaikh Akhi Siraj Aainae Hind
Successor Ashraf Jahangir Semnani, Noor Qutbe Alam, Makhdoom Husamudeen Manikpuri

Shaikh Alaul Haq Pandavi was a 13th Century eminent Sufi saint of Bengal belonging to the Chisti spiritual order. He was the disciple of another prominent Chishti Sufi of Bengal Khwaja Akhi Siraj Aainae Hind. Alaul Haq Pandavi was an erudite saint who also served as a member of the elite in the government of Shamsuddin Ilyas Shah, the Sultan of Bengal. Two of his most eminent and notable authorized disciples are his son Shaikh Noor Qutbe Alam Pandavi and the illustrious Sufi saint Ashraf Jahangir Semnani.His URS (demise anniversary) is commemorated every year on the 23rd, 24th and 25th Rajab in Pandawa Sharif in West Bengal, India.

References[edit]

  • 'Akhbarul Akhyar' By Abdal Haqq Muhaddith Dehlwi [d.1052H-1642 CE ]. A short biography of the prominent Sufis of India have been mentioned in this book including that of Hazrat Alaul Haq Pandavi
  • 'Mir'at-ul-Israr' by Syed Abdur Rahman Chisti
  • 'Lataife-Ashrafi' (Discourses of Ashraf Jahangir Semnani) Compiled by Nizam Yemeni, Edited and annotated by Syed Waheed Ashraf, published in 2010
  • 'Ma'arijul-Wilayat'
  • 'Hayate Syed Ashraf Jahangir Semnani' by Syed Waheed Ashraf published 1975, Page 56-onwards