Baba Bhanderi

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Ghaus-e-Azam
Syed Gulamur Rahman Maizbhandari
Universal Sufi Saint
Shrine of Hazrat Syed Gulamur Rahman Maizbhandari at Maizbhandar Dorbar Sharif
Born Syed Gulamur Rahman
c. (1826-01-15)15 January 1826
Maizbhandar, Chittagong, Bangladesh
Died 5 April 1937(1937-04-05) (aged 72)
Maizbhandar, Chittagong, Bangladesh
Cause of death
Due to old age
Resting place
Shrine of Hazrat Syed Gulamur Rahman Maizbhandari, Chittagong, Bangladesh.
Other names Ghaus-e-Azam,Babajan Kebla, Gausul Azam Baba Bhandari
Known for Maizbhandari Sufi Order
Religion Islam
Children Syed Khairul Bashar, Syed Abul Bashar,Syed Mahbubul Bashar, Syed Shafiul Bashar, Syeda Maimuna Khatun, Syeda Sajeda Khatun
Parents Father: Syed Abdul Karim
Mother: Syeda Musharaf Jaan
Relatives Gausul Azam Hazrat Syed Ahmed Ullah Maizbhandari(K:)

Hazrat Syed Gulamur Rahman Maizbhandari (K:) :

In the Sufism of Maizbhandari order after Gausul Azam Hazrat Syed Ahmed Ullah Maizbhandari (K:) its taken charge by Gausul Azam Hazrat Syed Gulamur Rahman Maizbhandari (K:), he is also known as Baba Bhandari, Babajan Kebla. Hazrat Syed Gulamur Rahman Maizbhandari (K:) was born in Maizbhandar village on 10 January 1865, corresponding to 27th Ashwin of 1270 Bengali Calendar Year. His attractive behaviors from the childhood people remarked him as a future saint of Maizbhandari Sufism.Hazrat Gausul Azam Maizbhandari Shah Sufi Moulana Syed Ahmed Ullah (Hazrat Kebla Kaba) once called the mother of Hazrat Baba Bhandari as "the mother of Peerane-Peer" (the word "Peerane-Peer" connotes the meaning of "Saint of all saints & the words came true Hazrat Syed Gulamur Rahman Maizbhandari (K:) taken place on Maizbhandari Sufism after Gausul Azam Syed Ahmed Ullah Maizbhandari (K:) as patron of Maizbhandari Sufism. Hazrat Syed Gulamur Rahman Maizbhandari (K:) has got the complexion and beautiful appearance of Hazrat Eusuf (AS)& he looks like very beautiful human structural figure , Baba Bhandari was highly particular with religious activities, including prayers, fasting, and reading Quran and Hadith. Baba Bhandari was first given the Quranic lesson by his own uncle and spiritual guide - Gausul Azam Hazrat Syed Ahmed Ullah Maizbhandari(K:) (Hazrat Kebla Kaba). Baba Bhandari has started his basic education in a local religious school(Madrasha Education) and later continued his higher studies in the Chittagong Government Madrasha - a religious college in Chittagong City. Throughout his academic life, Baba Bhandari has been demonstrated his utmost brilliance and devoted himself in understanding the underpinnings of the Holy Al Quran and Sunnah. Since his early childhood, he always preferred to be present in front of Hazrat Kebla Kaba. Sometimes Baba Bhandari used to stand on feet for the whole night in front of Hazrat. At the persuasion of his parent or relations, sometimes Baba Bhandari used to go back to his home but at the earliest possible opportunity he used to come back to his spiritual guide – Hazrat Kebla Kaba. Being in such close association with Hazrat Kebla Kaba, and through his robust devotion; Baba Bhandari attained the highest level of spiritual power."

Khalifa[edit]

After Gausul Azam Hazrat Ahmed Ullah Maizbhandari (K:), Baba Bhandari Hazrat Syed Gulamur Rahman Maizbhandari taken the chief patron place on Maizbhandari Sufism. He has assigned his appointed person/ Authorized/Khalifa to practice Maizbhandari Sufism through Islamic way . The Khalifa also called as Maizbhandari Sufism teacher or Master for practicing.

List of his Successor/ Khalifa[edit]

S.No Name and Location
1 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Osiur Rahman,Charandip, BoalKhali, Chittagong.
2 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Quazi Asad Ali, Ahulla, Chittagong.
3 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Aminul Hoque, Harbangiri, Chittagong (Mazar Sharif in Burma).
4 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Farid-Uz-Zaman, Shatkania, Chittagong.
5 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Abdul Goni, Kanchanpur, Chittagong.
6 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Rezwan Uddin, Shah Nogor, Chittagong.
7 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Bazjlul Karim, Mandakini, Chittagong.
8 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Abdul Kuddus, Akubdondi, Chittagong.
9 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Wali-Ullah Razapuri, Comilla.
10 Shah Sufi Hazrat Munshi Syed Nesar Ahmed, Nanupur, Chittagong.
11 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Abu Syed Pagar, Dhaka.
12 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Hafez Nazir Ahmed, Pathantuli, Chittagong.
13 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Jamir Uddin, Latif Shikder, Chittora, Comilla.
14 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Rojob Ali, Shakharapuri, Comilla.
15 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Besharat Ali, Ghilatola, Burichong, Comilla
16 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Obayedullah, Vola, Barishal.
17 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Masudul Karim. Moheshkhali, Cox's Bazar.
18 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Hafez Bazlur Rahman, Shatbariya, Chittagong.
19 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Abdus-Salam Isapuri,Nanupur, Chittagong.
20 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Muhammad Ala, Chandgaon, Chittagong.
21 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Serjaul Hoque, Noyapara, Noakhali.
22 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Nur Boksh, Gowaliya, Noakhali.
23 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Abdul Goni, Hiyajora, Comilla.
24 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Mokbul Ahmed, Gomdondi, Chittagong.
25 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Abdus Sobhan Shah, Panchlaish, Chittagong.
26 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Wali Ullah Shah, Kulgaon, Chittagong.
27 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Abul Abul Mukarrem Muhammad Nurul Islam, Ahalla, Chittagong.
28 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Shekh Ahmedul Hoque (MD. Musa) Farhadabad, Chittagong.
29 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Abul Khayer, Sirmai, Chittagong.
30 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Shorafot Ullah, Lakshmipur.
31 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Najir Ahmed (Najir Shah), Station Road, Chittagong.
32 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Afjal Patwari, Hatgaon, Noakhali.
33 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Abdul Mannan Fokir, Kalyan Nagar, Noakhali.
34 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Munsi Abdul Aziz, Kanchanpur, Noakhali.
35 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Abdul Hamid Munsi, Kanchanpur, Noakhali.
36 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Abdul Hakim Munsi, Bhaterdoho, Comilla.
37 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Hazi Monir Uddin, Pomgaon, Comilla.
38 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Jonab Ali Chitshi, Comilla.
39 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Syed Ali Shah, Chitshi, Comilla
40 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Shahadar Ali Fokir, Bhobermura, Comilla
41 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Mazharul Islam, Ahalla, Chittagong.
42 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Shekh Khairul Bashar Faruqi, Charandip, Chittagong.
43 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Achu Fokir, Rangamati.
44 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Garib Ali Shah, Nalanda, Chittagong.
45 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Abdul Latif, Matlob, Comilla.
46 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Yeasin Fokir, Matlob, Comilla.
47 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Pochon Miah Fokir, Fatickchari, Chittagong.
48 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Islam Master, Hydergonj, Noakhali.
49 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Abdul Jalil Fokir, Chandgaon, Chittagong.
50 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Yakub( Horin Katar Gazi), Noakhali.
51 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Gulam Mustapha, Noakhali.
52 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Matiur Rahman Shah, Farhadabad, Chittagong.
53 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Chand Miah, Bhoirob, Barisal.
54 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Panjabi Hafez Shaheb, Kewar, Dhaka.
55 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Abdus Sobhan Fokir, Rupchandrapur, Mymenshing.
57 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Ismail Talukder, Ramgopaldi, Barisal.
58 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Muhammad Syedul Hoque, Koronkati, Barisal.
59 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Bashir Uddin Fokir (Rangpuri), Chinue, Rangpur.
60 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Syed Kamal, Moishkaram, Guzra Nowapara, Chittagong.
61 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Abdul Jabbar Mimon Nagari, Mymenshing.
62 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Muhammad Hossain, Dhaka.
63 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Abdul Hadi, Kanchanpuri, Chittagong.
64 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Abul Fazal (Kala Miah Daktar), Nanupur, Chittagong.
65 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Abdus Samad Pondit, Hazigonj, Comilla.
66 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Hamidullah, Pachoye, Laksham, Comilla.
67 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Syed Mosaheb Uddin Ahmed Sahapuri, Comilla.
68 Mawlana Shah Sufi Hazrat Hafez Lutfur Rahman, Meershorai, Chittagong.

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