Jamaliya Syed Khaleel Awn Moulana

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Jamaliya As-Syed Khaleel Awn Moulana Al Qadiri ul Hasani ul Hussaini ul Hashimi
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Islamic Scholar
Born (1937-12-20) December 20, 1937 (age 77)
Era Modern
Region India - Sri Lanka
School or tradition Sufi Tareeqathul Haqqiyatul Qadiriya
Main interests Sufism, Islamic Philosophy, Hadith, Tafsir, Seerah, Tasawwuf,

Jamaliya Syed Khaleel Awn Moulana Al Hasani-ul Hashimi (Arabic: جمالية السيد خاليل عون الهاشمي مولنا) (Tamil: ஜமாலிய்யா செய்யிது கலீல் அவ்ன் மெளலானா அல்-ஹஸனிய்யுல் ஹாஷிமிய்) born the 16th of Shawwal 1356 Hijri Morning 8:30am, (20 December 1937 AD) Weligama, Sri Lanka is an Islamic religious figure, Sufi Master, preacher and writer, called "Waappa Nayagam" by his disciples.

Biography[edit]

Qutub-Uz-Zamaan Shamsul Wujood Shaykh Jamaliya Syed Khaleel Awn Moulana Al Qadiri ul Hasani ul Hussaini ul Hashimi is 34th descendant of the Islamic prophet Muhammed and 21st descendant of Al-Ghawth Al-Azam Hazrat Shaykh Syed Abdul Qadir Al Jilani.[citation needed] He is the son of Jamaliya Syed Yaseen Moulana Ibne Jamaliya Syed Mohammed Moulana Al Qadiri-ul Baghdadi-ul Hasani-ul Hussaini-ul Hashimi who is also a scholar and Islamic philosopher, who had authored an explanation to Bukhari Shareef; compiled Arab - Arab Tamil dictionary for the benefit of Tamil Muslim World and wrote an exegesis to the spiritual treatise "Ins'an-ul-Ka'mil". He learnt Arabic and spirituality comprehensively from his father. He took over leadership of Tareeqatul Haqqiyyatul Qadiriya from him and is now seeing to its continued functioning.

He is the author of many Islamic and spiritual books. He strives to bring harmony among religions by uniting the minds of people, and explains that “Jihad is nothing but fighting against one's own soul (That is nafs (ego) - your real enemy), which is called Jihad-ul-akbar. The motive of Jihad is to promote peace and justice”. He preaches Islam to thousands of people in India, Sri Lanka, particularly in Tamil Nadu, Arab and South East Asian countries. He is proficient in Arabic, English, Tamil and Sinhala languages.

Preaching[edit]

He preaches the irfan-ul-tawheed to guide people the path of spiritual wisdom. This spiritual movement is active in Tamil Nadu, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Singapore, UAE, Kuwait, Qatar and active members are engineers, doctors, lawyers and graduates of various disciplines. Shaykh resides in Sri Lanka and regularly visits South India, Malaysia, Singapore, UAE and Kuwait to meet his disciples and teach. Shaykh observed that the most difficult thing is to make man is to lead a human life. He therefore insists on keeping up Shari’at, establish the stipulated five time prayers, recite Qur'an daily after dawn prayers.

A Interview of Shaykh Published in the 16-31 Dec 2003 print edition of Milli Gazette ( Islamic English News Paper)

Works[edit]

He has authored many Islamic spiritual books and poems on Muhammad.

1) Hakaa Iqussafaa

2) Mahanandha alangaara Maalai - (Poem in Tamil)

3) Naayagar Panniru Paadal - (Poem in Tamil)

4) Waaridaat-e-Ilaahiyya ( Iraiarutpaa)- (poem)

5) Qaseedatul Awnniya - Qaseedatul Ahmadiya

6) Risalath-ul-Ghowthiya - (Meignana Bothanai)

7) Tuhbath-ul-Mursalaa - (Anuppapatta parisu)

8) Perinba Paathai

9) Thaagi Pirabam - (Spiritul Book in Tamil)

10) Arputha Akila Naathar - (Poem in Tamil)

11) History of Jamaliya As Syed Yaseen Moulana (R.A)

12) Qutub-ul-Aqtab Jamaliya As Syed Yaseen Moulana (R.A) - (Poem)

13) Eezha Vala Naattil payir perukka Vaareer - (Poem)

14) Oliyai maraikka thuniyum Thoosi

15) Irai-Wali Syed Mohammed Moulana (R.A) - (Poem)

16) Marool Neekkiya Maa Nabi (SalAllahu Alaihi Wasallam)

17) Unmai Vilakkam

18) Awn Naayakarin Arul Mozhi Koovai - (sayings)

19) Raathibathul Haqqiyathul Qadiriya

20) Manithaa - Amutha Mozhikal- (sayings)

21) Kaamus - (Arab-Tamil dictionary)

22) Badr Sahaba Moulid

23) Barzanji Moulid (Explanation in Tamil)

24) Kurinchi Chuvai

Markaz Irfanith Thauheed (Egathuva Meignana Sabai) (ஏகத்துவ மெய்ஞ்ஞான சபை)[edit]

Markaz Irfanith Thauheed (Egathuva Meignana Sabai) is a multi-faceted, not-for-profit spiritual, educational and humanitarian NGO. Founded by Jamaliya As-Syed Khaleel Awn Moulana Al Qadiri ul Hasani ul Hussaini ul Hashimi

The Egathuva Meignana Sabai (EMS) runs a Tamil monthly journal, Marai Gnana Pezhai, devoted to Islamic Spirituality, Sunnah and Sufism. Egathuva Meignana Sabai also runs an Arabic college, Madrasathul Hasanain Fi Jamiya Yaseen in Trichy, Tamil Nadu (India). This Arabic college provides free and value education to children from the underprivileged sections by combining formal education with Islamic teachings. The madrasa focuses on preaching the Shariat, Sunnah and Tawheed. Apart from Arabic, the students get trained in technical education. Egathuva Meignana Sabai also runs a world peace trust - "Awniyya World Peace Trust". The trust regularly conducts social activities for the upliftment of the underprivileged sections.

Father[edit]

This Byth was written by Hazrat Jamaliya Syed Yaseen Moulana Al hasani ul hashimi (R.A) at the time of birth of his son Jamaliya Syed Khaleel Awn Moulana Al hasani ul hashimi

Qutub ul Aqtab Ghous ul Waheed Hazrat Jamaliya As-Syed Yaseen Moulana Al Qadiri-ul Hasani-ul Hussaini-ul Hashimi (RadiAllahu Ta'ala Anhu) was also a scholar and Islamic philosopher, who had authored an explanation to Bukhari Shareef; compiled Arab - Arab Tamil dictionary for the benefit of Tamil Muslim World and wrote an exegesis to the spiritual treatise "Ins'an-ul-Ka'mil". The shrine of Hazrath Yaseen Moulana is situated at a village Called as 'Thirumullaivaasal' Sirkazhi, Tamil Nadu, India

Father

Grand Father[edit]

Ghous ul Zamaan Hazrat Jamaliya As-Syed Mohammed Moulana Al Qadiri-ul Baghdadi-ul Hasani-ul Hussaini-ul Hashimi (RadiAllahu Ta'ala Anhu) came from Baghdad to Tamil Nadu, India. To Spread Islam and Teach Spiritual Knowledge in south India, Then He Also continued his Service in Sri Lanka. His Shrine is Situated at Sambaipattinam in Peravurani Taluk, Tamil Nadu, India

Grand Father

Silsila (Ancestral Root)[edit]

  1. Hazrat Sayedina Mohammed Mustafa (SalAllahu Alaihi Wasallam)
  2. Hazrat Syedina Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib - Bibi As-Syeda Fathima Az Zahra (Alaihimus Salam)
  3. Hazrat Syedina Imam Hassan (Alaihi Salam).
  4. Hazrat As-Syed Hasan ul Musanna (RadiAllahu Ta'ala Anh)
  5. Hazrat As-Syed Abdullah il Mahz (RadiAllahu Ta'ala Anh)
  6. Hazrat As-Syed Musa Jaon (RadiAllahu Ta'ala Anh)
  7. Hazrat As-Syed Abdullah (RadiAllahu Ta'ala Anh)
  8. Hazrat As-Syed Musa (RadiAllahu Ta'ala Anh)
  9. Hazrat As-Syed Dawood (RadiAllahu Ta'ala Anh)
  10. Hazrat As-Syed Mohammed (RadiAllahu Ta'ala Anh)
  11. Hazrat As-Syed Yahiya Zahid (RadiAllahu Ta'ala Anh)
  12. Hazrat As-Syed Abdullah Jeeli (RadiAllahu Ta'ala Anh)
  13. Hazrat As-Syed Abu Salih(RadiAllahu Ta'ala Anh)
  14. Ghous Al Azam HAZRAT SHAYKH AS-SYED ABDUL QADIR Al-JILANI (QaddasAllahu Sirraul Aziz)
  15. Hazrat As-Syed Abdur Razzaq (RadiAllahu Ta'ala Anh)
  16. Hazrat As-Syed Abu Nasru Imaduddin (RadiAllahu Ta'ala Anh)
  17. Hazrat As-Syed Salih Nasru (RadiAllahu Ta'ala Anh)
  18. Hazrat As-Syed Ahamed (RadiAllahu Ta'ala Anh)
  19. Hazrat As-Syed Lahuruddin (RadiAllahu Ta'ala Anh)
  20. Hazrat As-Syed Yahiya (RadiAllahu Ta'ala Anh)
  21. Hazrat As-Syed Saifuddin (RadiAllahu Ta'ala Anh)
  22. Hazrat As-Syed Lahuruddin Mohammed (RadiAllahu Ta'ala Anh)
  23. Hazrat As-Syed Shamsudin (RadiAllahu Ta'ala Anh)
  24. Hazrat As-Syed Alauddin (RadiAllahu Ta'ala Anh)
  25. Hazrat As-Syed Usman (RadiAllahu Ta'ala Anh)
  26. Hazrat As-Syed Sulaiman (RadiAllahu Ta'ala Anh)
  27. Hazrat As-Syed Ali (RadiAllahu Ta'ala Anh)
  28. Hazrat As-Syed Mohammed (RadiAllahu Ta'ala Anh)
  29. Hazrat As-Syed Ibrahim (RadiAllahu Ta'ala Anh)
  30. Hazrat As-Syed Khaleel (RadiAllahu Ta'ala Anh)
  31. Hazrat As-Syed Jamaluddin (RadiAllahu Ta'ala Anh)
  32. Hazrat Jamaliya As-Syed Mohammed Moulana (RadiAllahu Ta'ala Anh)
  33. Hazrat Jamaliya As-Syed Yaseen Moulana (RadiAllahu Ta'ala Anh)
  34. Hazrat Jamaliya As-Syed Khaleel Awn Moulana (QaddasAllahu Sirraul Aziz)

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