Khalifa of Ahmed Ullah Maizbhanderi

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The term Khalifa (Arabic: خليفةḫalīfah/khalīfah) derives from the Arabic About this sound خليفة Khalīfa . Its etymological root word is Arabic: خلف‎ (Khalf) means, behind, relates to someone surviving after predeceased. In the aspect of Sufism, the Khalifa (Bengali: খলিফা) means a deputy, caliph, successor or apostle[1][2][3] of a Sufi sheikh who is to act as an authorized successor of own Sufi Master/ Pir (Sufism) to lead the Sufi Order (Tariqa).

Apostle Nomination[edit]

Though, as the founder of Maizbhanderi Sufi Order[4] Bengali: মাইজভাণ্ডারী তরীকা, the universal Sufi Saint Ahmed Ullah Maizbhanderi Bengali: আহমদ উল্লাহ মাইজভাণ্ডারী (1826–1906)[5] had a millions of followers,[6] affectionate and Sufi Disciples/ Murid vastly in South Asia as well as all around the world. He also appointed hundreds of Khalifa/ Spiritual Sufi Successors to continue his Sufi teachings and thought among the society.[7] They were from different territories and religions too. This list also can be said as Khalifa of Ghaus-e-Azam Ahmed Ullah Maizbhanderi in fact, he is vastly denoted as Ghaus-e-Azam Bengali: গাউছুল আজম[8][9][10][11][12][13] by various writers in their Parisian, Urdu, Bengali and English works. Meanwhile, among the Sufi communities he is well known as Ghaus-e-Azam in the perception of spiritual hierarchy.

Importance of sobriquet[edit]

It is firmly believed that, some of them remain unidentified till today because, they went away to different part of the region desiring to remain unknown due to self-will and kept themselves engage in introspective thought and practices. On the other hand, some of them became as famous by a surname as their original name generally remain unknown or unspecified among most of the people likewise: Baba Bhanderi Bengali: বাবা ভাণ্ডারী, Harvangiri Bengali: হারভাঙ্গীরি, Mandakini Bengali: মান্দাকিনী, Forhadabadi Bengali: ফরহাদাবাদী, Rahe Bhanderi Bengali: রাহে ভান্ডারী etc. [14] [15]

Resources[edit]

A list of his Successors; firstly became published by one of his descendant Delwar Hossain Maizbhanderi in his famous work 'Gausul Azam Maizbhandarir Jiboni O Karamat' Bengali: গাউছুল আজম মাইজভাণ্ডারীর জীবনী ও কারামত (Life sketch of Hazrat Kebla Kaba).[16] In that book the author expressed his sorrow for such an incomplete list. Meanwhile, many among those of his Khalifa latterly became famous in the society[17][18] for their own works and Sufi activities. As a continuous process, that list became published twice more in recent days. Once at the preface of Rahe Bhander Sufi Order 'Noxar Shondhane' Bengali: নকশার সন্ধানে[19] as a descending followers apart[20][21] of the Maizbhanderi Sufi Order and latterly at a publication on the 100th Disappearance Anniversary[22] of Ahmed Ullah Maizbhanderi. Here, a spiritual successors' (Khalifa) list of Ahmed Ullah Maizbhanderi is being written following all those and other published lists.

Limitation[edit]

This list is unable to show neither their seniority nor superiority nor even dignity but names and the place where they born or placed to rest in peace based on available information. It is to note that, none of them are alive now but most of them still have thousands of followers and affectionate. All of them are well known as 'Maizbhaderi' Bengali: মাইজভাণ্ডারী in a common identification purpose. A research report prepared by the Migration Review Tribunal (MRT) and Refugee Review Tribunal (RRT)of Australia reported; today there have over 10 millions[23] of Maizbhanderi Sufi followers across the globe.

Ahmed Ullah Maizbhanderi's Spiritual Successors/ Khalifa(s) are[edit]

No. Original Name Uttered as Inscribed Name & Address Refs
1 Aminul Haque Choto Moulana Bengali: ছোট মৌলানা Wasel-e-Gausul Azam (Gaus-e-Azam) Hadrath Sayed Aminul Haque Wasel Maizbhanderi, Daftar-e-Gausul Azam- Amin Manzil, Maizbhander Dorbar Sharif [24][25][26]
2 Golamur Rahman Baba Bhanderi Bengali: বাবা ভাণ্ডারী Gausul Azam (Gaus-e-Azam) Hadrath Sayed Golamur Rahman Al Maizbhanderi, Rahman Manzil, Maizbhander Dorbar Sharif [27][28]
3 Osiur Rahman Moulana Shaikh Osiur Rahman Al-Faruqi of Charandip, Boalkhali Chittagong
4 Asad Ali Moulana Asad Ali of Ahla, Boalkhali, Chittagong
5 Abdul Aziz Moulana Abdul Aziz Saheb of Khitabchar, Boalkhali, Chittagong
6 Aminul Haque Harbangiri Bengali: হারভাঙ্গীরি Moulana Aminul Haque Harbangiri of Boalkhali, Chittagong
7 Khalilur Rahman Moulana Khalilur Rahman of Rangunia, Chittagong
8 Aman Ullah Ali Moulana Aman Ullah Ali of Banchkhali, Chittagong
9 Mohsen Ali Moulana Mohsen Ali of Banchkhali, Chittagong
10 Monsef Ali Moulana Monsef Ali of Banchkhali, Chittagong
11 Akam Uddin Moulana Akam Uddin of Moheskhali, Chittagong
12 Mia Hosain Moulana Mia Hosain of Kanuchi, Arakan, Myanmar
13 Abdul Aziz Moulana Abdul Aziz of Khandal, Arakan, Myanmar
14 Mostafizur Rahman Moulana Mostafizur Rahman of Amilaish, Shatbaria, Chittagong
15 Ahmed Safa Moulana Ahmed Safa of Kanchannagar, Chandanaish, Chittagong
16 Mujibullah Moulana Mujibullah Sultanpuri of Rawjan, Chittagong
17 Abdur Razzak Hakim Shah Bengali: হাকিম শাহ Moulovi Abdur Razzak (Hakim Shah) of Shatbaria, Chittagong
18 Abdul Gani Kanchanpuri Bengali: কাঞ্চনপুরী Baharul Ulum Moulana Abdul Gani of Kanchanpur, Fotikchari, Chittagong
19 Abdul Salam Moulana Abdul Salam Vujpuri of Edilpur, Kanchanpur, Fatikchari, Chittagong
20 Aminul Haque Forhadabadi Bengali: ফরহাদাবাদী Moulana Mufti Aminul Haque Forhadabadi of Forhadabad, Hathazari, Chittagong
21 Tafazzal Hosain Moulana Mohaddes Hajez Qari Tafazzal Hosain Mirjapuri
22 Abdul Aziz Moulana Abdul Aziz Kanchanpuri of Noakhali
23 Ashraf Ali Moulana Ashraf Ali of Dugayah, Chandpur, Comilla
24 Ali Azam Moulana Ali Azam Mondol of Khondol, Noakhali
25 Yakub Gazi Moulana Yakub Gazi of Horinkata, Sripur, Noakhali
26 Ahmedullah Moulana Ahmedullah of Maizvanga, Shandip
27 Keramath Ali Moulana Keramath Ali Nezampuri of Mirossorai, Chittagong
28 Shirajul Haque Moulana Shirajul Haque of Kawkhali
29 Salequr Rahman Dulha-e Hajrath- Bengali: দুলহায়ে হযরত and Rahe Bhanderi- Bengali: রাহে ভান্ডারী Moulana Salequr Rahman/(Salekur Rahman Rahe Bhanderi) of Rahe Bhander Rajanagar Dorbar Sharif, Rangunia, Chittagong [15][18][20][21][29][30][dead link][31][32]
30 Enayath Ullah Moulana Enayath Ullah of Pathantuli, Chittagong
31 Yakub Nuri Moulana Yakub Nuri of Alipur, Noakhali
32 Ujeer ali Moulovi Ujeer ali of Noakhali
33 Hasmath Ali Moulana Hasmath Ali of Chipaitali, Guman mardan, Hathazari, Chittagong
34 Yousuf Ali Moulana Yousuf Ali of Hawla, Boalkhali, Chittagong
35 Abdur Rashid Moulana Abdur Rashid of Shatbaria, Chittagong
36 Abdul Bari Moulana Kaji Abdul Bari of Satkania, Chittagong
37 Abdul Gafur Moulana Abdul Gafur shah of Sharwatali, Boalkhali, Chittagong
38 Monwar Ali Kaji Moulana Monwar Ali of Borouthat, Patiya, Chittagong
39 Abdul Hadi Moulana Abdul Hadi Kancanpuri of Fatikchori, Chittagong
40 Faizul Haque The only son of Gausul Azam Ahmad Ullah Maizbhanderi: Moulana Faizul Haque Maizbhanderi
41 Jafor Ali Moulana Jafor Ali Shah Shahbaj HijrothKari of Karachi, Pakistan
42 Abdur Rahim Moulana Abdur Rahim of Babunagar, Fatikchari, Chittagong
43 Rijwanuddin Moulana Rijwanuddin Shahnagari
44 Muhabbat Ali Moulana Muhabbat Ali of Bibirhat, Fatikchari, Chittagong
45 Abdul Jalil Mia Abdul Jalil (Balu Fakir) of Sadek Nagar, Fatikchari, Chittagong
46 Hachi Qutub Kalandar Bengali: কুতুব ক্বলন্দর Hachi Fakir Qutub Kalandar of Chariyah, Hathazari, Chittagong
47 Yousuf Ali Yousuf Ali Fakir Chaiyah of Chittagong
48 Nazir Ahmad Shahar Qutub Bengali: শহর কুতুব Moulana Nazir Ahmad (Nazir Shah Shahar Qutub) of Station Road, Chittagong
49 Mamu Fakir (Original name is unnoticed) Mamu Fakir Bengali: মামু ফকির Mamu Fakir ‘Mazzub Maktul’ of Rangunia, Chittagong
50 Obaidul Haque Obaidul Haque Mia ‘Masth Qalandar’ of Chandgaon, Chittagong
51 Azgar Shah Azgar Shah ‘Mozzub Qalandar’ of Chawkbazar, Chittagong
52 Khalil Chaiyah Qalandar Bengali: ছাইয়া ক্বলন্দর Khalil Shah ‘Chaiyah Qalandar’ of Khandakia, Hathazari, Chittagong
53 Zafor Ahmed Mamu Fakir Bengali: মামু ফকির Zafor Ahmed (Mamu Fakir) of Yangun, Chuliagoli, Myanmar
54 Bangali Baba (Original name is unnoticed) Bangali Baba Bengali: বাঙ্গালী বাবা Bangali Baba of Karachi, Pakistan
55 Belayath Ali Belayath Ali Shah Abdal Qutub of Chaitannagoli, Chittagong
56 Amiruzzaman kala shona Bengali: কালা সোনা ‍and Amirul Awlia Bengali: আমিরুল আউলিয়া Moulana Amiruzzaman Mozzub-e Salek Awlia of Patiya
57 Abdur Rahman Moulovi Abdur Rahman Miah Qalandar Shah of Munshiqdar bari, Forhadabad, Chittagong
58 Abdul Wahab Abdul Wahab Shah of Malibag, Dhaka
59 Abdul Aziz Moulovi Abdul Aziz Qutub Qalandar of Fani
60 Feni Miah Pagla Moulovi Bengali: পাগলা মৌলভী Feni Miah (Known as Pagla Moulovi)
61 Pagla Miah Pagla Miah Bengali: পাগলা মিয়া Pagla Miah of Rawjan
62 Mozaffor Ahmed Shahar Qutub Bengali: শহর কুতুব Amir Mozaffor Ahmed Shahar Qutub of Coxsbazar
63 Ali Ullah Mozzub Ali Ullah Bengali: মজ্জুব আলী উল্লাহ Mozzub Ali Ullah (Father of Mr. Zaker Hosain the Ex-Governor of East Pakistan)
64 Munir Ullah Moulovi Munir Ullah of Nasirabad, Chittagong (Previous caretaker of the Shrine of Bayezid Bostami at Chittagong)
65 Nurussofa Moulovi Nurussofa of Kazipara, Kanchan Nagar, Patiya
66 Lutfur Rahman Moulana Lutfur Rahman of Patiya
67 Jahed Miah Jahed Miah of Patiya
68 Abdur Rahman Moulovi Abdur Rahman of Sartha, Rawjan, Chittagong
69 Karim Bax Moulana Karim Bax (Bazlul Karim Mandakini)
70 Rahat Ullah Moulana Rahat Ullah of Rangunia, Chittagong
71 Fariduzzaman Moulana Fariduzzaman of Shatkania, Chittagong
72 Abdul Hamid Moulana Abdul Hamid of Banchkhali, Chittagong
73 Rahimullah Moulana Rahimullah of Rawjan Chittagong
74 Abdul Quddus Hawlapuri Bengali: হাওলাপুরী Moulana Abdul Quddus Hawlapuri of Boalkhali, Chittagong
75 Sultanuddin Bacha Fakir Bengali: বাচা ফকির Moulana Sultanuddin Bacha Fakir of Rangunia, Chittagong
76 Ahmed Bashir Bacha Shaha Bengali: বাচা শাহ Ahmed Bashir (Bacha Shaha Fathepuri)
77 Wali Mastan Wali Shah Bengali: ওয়ালী শাহ Wali Mastan (Known as Wali Shah at Hill tracks) of Rawjan
78 Abdul Gafur Qambli Shah Bengali: কাম্বলী শাহ Abdul Gafur (Qambli Shah) of Mohanpur, Faridpur
79 Matiur Rahman Matiur Rahman Shah of Farhadabad
80 Abdur Rashid Haji Moulana Abdur Rashid of Shatbaria, Chittagong
81 Nuruzzaman Sufi Nuruzzaman of Boizzarkhil, Boizzakhali, Rawjan, Chittagong
82 Mir Ahmad Moulana Mir Ahmad of Boroma, Patiya
83 Forrok Ahmed Moulovi Forrok Ahmed (Ex Sub Registrar)of Nanupur, Fatikchari, Chittagong
84 Eklasur Rahman Moulovi Eklasur Rahman of Bahaddarbari, Chittagong
85 Reazat Ullah Moulovi Reazat Ullah (Ex Sub Registrar) of Comilla
86 Abdul Aziz Abdul Aziz Miah (he was the Nayeb/Chief employee of Nawab Hossainul Haidar of Comilla) of Kazi Bari, Comilla
87 Ali Miah Ali Miah (Was the Nawab of Ghawar, West Comilla) of Comilla
88 Ali Bahadur Ali Bahadur (Nawab of Comilla Bagicha Bari) of Comilla
89 Abul Fazal Kala Miah Bengali: কালা মিঞা Doctor Abul Fazal (Kala Miah) of Nanupur, Fatikchari, Chittagong
90 Khuilla Miah Khuilla Miah Fakir Bengali: খুইল্লা মিয়া ফকির Khuilla Miah Fakir of Naupur, Fatikchari Chittagong
91 Umed Ali Umed Ali Fakir of Nanupur, Fatikchari, Chittagong
92 Mamtaz Ali Sufi Mamtaz Ali of Azimnagar
93 Abdur Rahman Abdur Rahman Sufi of Azimnagar
94 Shamsuzzaman Moulovi Doctor Shamsuzzaman of Bakshi Bari, Chittagong
95 Matiur Rahaman Moulovi Matiur Rahaman of Moheshkhali, Batakandi, Comilla
96 Abdur Rahim Hafez Abdur Rahim of Qadir Shardar Bari, Brammon Shakua, Bagra Bazar, Comilla
97 Abadullah Moulovi Abadullah Shah of Ukhia, Harbang, Cokoria, Coxs Bazar
98 Nur Ahmad Nur Ahmad Khan of Khandakia, Hathajari, Chittagong
99 Ishaq Munshi Ishaq of Farhad Nagar, Noakhali
100 Abdul Gani Moulovi Abdul Gani Mokhtar of Bainnar Tila, Chittagong
101 Kala Miah Kala Miah Chawdhuriy
102 Abdul Karim Abdul Karim of Mogdair, Rawjan, Chittagong. (went to Myanmar according to Gausul Azam’s commandment and lived there)
103 Ramjan Ali Moulana Ramjan Ali of Kadhurkhil, Boalkhali, Chittagong
104 Anwar Ali Moulana Anwar Ali of Kadhurkhil, Boalkhali, Chittagong
105 Ajizur Rahman Ajizur Rahman of Boijjarkhil, Boizzakhali, Chittagong
106 Hamid Ullah Moulana Hamid Ullah of Baroyghona, Rawjan, Chittagong
107 Obaidullah Obaidullah Chaiwdhury of Mirossarai, Chittagong
108 Delwar Ali Delwar Ali Chawdhury of Mirossarai, Chittagong
109 Altaf Ali Altaf Ali Miah of Kawkhali, Feni
110 Chand Miah Moulana Sufi Chand Miah Mandakini of Hathajari, Chittagong
111 Fazlur Rahman Mastar Fazlur Rahman Mandakini of Hathajari, Chittagong
112 Anwar Miah Anwar Miah of Dawlathpur
113 Chunnu Miah Hajrrath Chunnu Miah Chowdhury
114 Tutun Miah Tutun Miah Fakir Bengali: টুটুন মিয়া ফকির Tutun Miah Fakir of Dawlatpur
115 Fazlur Rahman Fazlur Rahman Chowdhury of Dawlatpur
116 Malequzzama Malequzzama Miah of Dawlatpur
117 Amjad Ali Moulana Amjad Ali Bengali: মৌলানা আমজাদ আলী Moulana Amjad Ali of Dawlatpur
118 Abdul Wares Writer Abdul Wares Shah Bengali: লেখক আব্দুল ওয়ারেছ শাহ Writer Abdul Wares Shah of Vujpur, Fatikchari, Chittagong
119 Khair Uddin Doctor Khair Uddin Bengali: ডাক্তার খায়ের উদ্দিন Doctor Khair Uddin of Nanupur
120 Abdul Latif Moulana Abdul Latif of Nanupur
121 Abdul Gani Moulana Abdul Gani Bengali: মৌলানা আব্দুল গণি Moulana Abdul Gani of Miazipara, Maizbhander
122 Nesar Ahmed Hajrath Munshi Sayed Nesar Ahmed of Nanupur
123 Khayez Ahmed Khayez Ahmed Miazi of Maizbhander (Neighbor)
124 Haider Ali Haider Ali Gomosta of Nanupur
125 Oasin Mohammad Oasin of Kulalpara
126 Nazer Ali Moulana Nazer Ali Shah of Bardhona, Satkania
127 Abdul Jabbar Abdul Jabbar Chawdhury of Rangunia
128 Abdul Haque Abdul Haque Fakir of Azim Nagar, Chittagong
129 Tutun Fakir Tutun Fakir Bengali: তুতুন ফকির Tutun Fakir of Azim Nagar
130 Ziaul Hossain Moulovi Ziaul Hossain of Maizbhander
131 Gurudas Gurudas Fakir Bengali: গুরু দাশ ফকির Gurudas Fakir (Was a follower of Hinduism)
132 Dhonon Joy Dhonon Joy (Was a follower of Buddhism)
133 Nur Ali Miah Nur Ali Miah
134 Fayez Ahmed Fayez Ahmed Chawdhury of Dholoi, Hathajari, Chittagong
135 Mono Mohan Shadhu Mono Mohan Datta Bengali: সাধু মনো মোহন দত্ত Shadhu Mono Mohan Datta (Was a follower of Hinduism) of Sajmara, Comilla
136 Afaz Uddin Moulana Afaz Uddin Ali of Kaloromar Chara, Moheshkhali, Coxs Bazar
137 Abdul Aziz Moulana Abdul Aziz Saheb of Sonapur, Noakhali
138 Abdur Rahaman Moulana Abdur Rahaman of Kanchanpur, Chittagong
139 Abdul Majid Abdul Majid of Azimnagar, Fatikchari, Chittagong
140 Aminul Haque Pani Shah Bengali: পানি শাহ Moulana Aminul Haque Pani Shah of Dholoi, Hathajari, Chittagong
141 Golamur Rahman Moulana Golamur Rahman of Barishal
142 Matiur Rahman Matiur Rahman Shah of East Forhadabad, Fatikchari, Chittagong
143 Abdul Aziz Moulana Abdul Aziz of Feni
144 Abdur Rahman Fakir Shah Abdullah Darbesh Bengali: ফকির শাহ আব্দুল্লাহ দরবেশ Mohammad abdur Rahman (Fakir Shah Abdullah Darbesh) of Bancharampur (Boro Bari), Brammonbaria
145 Afzal Afzal Shah Patwari of Haindgaon, Begumgonj, Noakhali
146 Rajab Ali Shakrapuri Bengali: শাকরাপুরী Moulana Rajab Ali Shakrapuri of Shakrapur, Comilla
147 Mohammad Hossain Mohammad Hossain of Dhaka
148 Ayoub Ali Mohammad Ayoub Ali Sub-Registrar of Hathajari, Chittagong
149 Abdul Aziz Moulovi Abdul Aziz of Eastern Chambol, Banchkhali, Chittagong
150 Abdul Hakim Moulana Abdul Hakim of Courtpara
151 Fozu Miah Moulana Fozu Miah Chawdhury of Fatikchari, Chittagong
152 Mosaheb Uddin Kazi Mosaheb Uddin Shahpuri of Shahpur, Comilla
153 Makbul Fakir Makbul Fakir of Panchlaish, Chittagong
154 Fazlur Rahman Hafez Fazlur Rahman of Hafez Nogor, Chandanish, Chittagong
155 Afaz Uddin Chulla Fakir Bengali: চুল্লা ফকির Afaz Uddin Miaji (Chulla Fakir) of Rawjan, Chittagong
156 Amet Ali Amet Ali of Rangunia, Chittagong
157 Nobidur Rahman Nobidur Rahman Shah of Nanupur, Fatikchari, Chittagong
158 Makbul Pandit Makbul Pandit of Kutubdia, Chittagong
159 Nuruddin Moulana Nuruddin of Kutubdia, Chittagong
160 Yakub Shiqdar Yakub Shiqdar of Kutubdia, Chittagong
161 Dula Fakir Dula Fakir of Dulahajara, Coxs Bazar
162 Khairuzzaman Khairuzzaman of Chandanish, Chittagong
163 Askar Ali Askar Ali Pandit Bengali: আশকর আলী পন্তিত Askar Ali Pandit of Chandanish, Chittagong
164 Yasin Yasin Munshi of Kali Shimul, Brammanbaria
165 Ahsan Ullah Ahsan Ullah of Rashider Ghona, Lohagara, Chittagong
166 Abdul Gani Moulana Abdul Gani of Fatikchari, Chittagong
167 Khalekuzzaman Khalekuzzaman Miah of Dowlathpur
168 Abdul Hakim Kabi Abdul Hakim of Bangladesh
169 Obaidur Rahaman Moulana Obaidur Rahaman of Nanupur, Fatikchari, Chittagong
170 Amin Uddin Moulana Amin Uddin Munsef of Nanupur, Fatikchari, Chittagong
171 Asmat Ali Asmat Ali of Kodala, Rangunia, Chittagong
172 Abdul Qader Abdul Qader of Nasirabad, Chittagong
173 Odiath Ullah Moulana Odiath Ullah of Jahapur, Fatikchari, Chittagong
174 Ejabath Ullah Moulana Ejabath Ullah of Baktapur, Fatikchari, Chittagong
175 Amin Ullah Moulana Amin Ullah of Sundarpur, Fatikchori, Chittagong
176 Abdul Hakim Moulana Abdul Hakim of Fatikchari, Chittagong
177 Abdul Majid Moulana Doctor Abdul Majid of Boalkhali, Chittagong
178 Abdul Malek Moulana Abdul Malek of Boalkhali, Chittagong
179 Hedayet Ali Hedayet Ali of Bangladesh
180 Jamir Uddin Moulana Jamir Uddin of Latif Shikdar, Tripura, India
181 Aminullah Moulana Aminullah (Father of Dr. Aminul Haque) Baktapur, Fatikchari, Chittagong
182 Miah Fakir Miah Fakir of Azim Nagar, Fatikchari, Chittagong
183 Rauf Miah Rauf Miah Siddiqi of Akubdondi, pur, Boalkhali, Chittagong
184 Raham Ali Mohammad Raham Ali of Bangladesh
185 Osiur Rahman Lal Miah Bengali: লাল মিঞা Osiur Rahman (Lal Miah) of Haithkandi, Mirossorai, Chittagong
186 Jinnath Ali Jinnath Ali Shah of Harbang, Chakaria, Chittagong
187 Abdul Gani Abdul Gani Chawdhury of Damdama, Fatikchari, Chittagong
188 Kharu Fakir Chunnu Miah Fakir Bengali: চুন্নু মিঞা ফকির Kharu Fakir (Chunnu Miah Fakir) of Sadek Nagar, Fatikchari, Chittagong
189 Kalimullah Moulana Kalimullah of Southern Shatta, Rawjan, Chittagong
190 Abdul Oahab Shaikh Abdul Oahab Shah of Goni Tola Dorbar, Mirossoirai, Chittagong
191 Abdur Rouf Mohammad Abdur Rouf Chawdhury of Krisna Jafarabad, Mirossorai, Chittagong
192 Humed Ali Humed Ali Chawdhuri of Mirossorai, Chittagong
193 Jobed Ali Jobed Ali Chawdhruy of Mirossorai, Chittagong
194 Fazal Kabir Fazal Kabir Shah of Central Kadhurkhil, Boalkhali, Chittagong
195 Alim Uddin Alim Uddin Shah of Kadhurkhil, Boalkhali, Chittagong
196 Ahsan Ullah Mamu Fokir Bengali: মামু ফকির Ahsan Ullah (Mamu Fokir) of Kadhurkhil, Boalkhali, Chittagong
197 Amanath Ullah Moulana Amanath Ullah of Pathantuli, Nazir Bhander, Chittagong
198 Matiur Rahman Moulana Matiur Rahman Sultanpuri of Shatgachia
199 Jamir Uddin Ahmed Noor Nagari Bengali: নূর নগরী Moulana Jamir Uddin Ahmed (Noor Nagari) of Ciora, Comilla
200 Nuruzzama Moulana Nuruzzama of Charkhizurpur
201 Jamir Uddin Jamir Uddin of Tishna, Comilla
202 Ali Ullah Ali Ullah of Rajapur, Comilla
203 Nur Bax Nur Bax of Goalia, Noakhali
204 Abdullah Abdullah of Banchkhali, Chittagong

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References[edit]

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  8. ^ Bengali Lyric Collection: Ofaat Nama, Author: Aminul Haq Harbangiri, Published on: 1907, Now the only main copy obtained to Chittagong University Library
  9. ^ Farsi Book: Aaaina-e Bari, Author: Abdul Gani Kanchanpuri, It is inscribed in the book that it was finished writing on Jumada (II) 14, 1330 H (1909/10 AD), 2nd edition: 30 August 2007
  10. ^ Book in both Arabic & Farsi: Tohfatul Akhiaar Fi Daaf-e-Shararatil Ashrar, 1st Edition: 1313 Bengali/1907 AD, Author: Aminul Haq Forhadabadi, Bengali translation: Sayed Faizul Islam Farhadabadi
  11. ^ Theoretical Bengali book on Maizbhanderi philosophy: Alakar Renesaar Juuger Akti Dik, Author: Syed Delwar Hosain Maizbhanderi, Published on: 1974 AD
  12. ^ Discussion Book on Maizbhanderi Pphilosophy: Belayet-e-Motlaqa, Author: Syed Delwar Hosain Maizbhanderi, 3rd Edition: 1974 AD
  13. ^ "Research work: A Sufi Movement in Bangladesh: Maizbhanderi tariqa and its followers, Author: Peter J. Bertocci, Oklahoma University, USA". 
  14. ^ Urdu biography: Dewan-e Azim, Author: Fouzul Azim Amiree, Published: 2013
  15. ^ a b "Daily news media: Doinik Purbokon, Education Page, No.: 6, Column title: Release the students from political turmoil. Published: December 24, 2013". 
  16. ^ A historical discussion book: Life sketch of Hazrat Kebla Kaba, Author: Syed Delwar Hossain Maizbhanderi, 1st Edition, 1967
  17. ^ A collection of Biography: Tajkeratul Maizbhanderia, Publisher: Maizbhanderi Academy, Published: 2008
  18. ^ a b Monthly publication: Alok Dhara, Reg. No.: 272, Issue: 7th year, 5th Issue, Author: Shamiron Acharja, Title: Moulana Salekur Rahman Shah Rajnagari (K:), Published: May 2, 2002
  19. ^ Regular magazine the preface of Rahe Bhander Sufi Order: Noxar Shondhane, List published on: 5th Issue
  20. ^ a b "news media: Doinik Purbokon (Hard Copy), Page: 2, Column: 8, Title: Rahe Bhander Sufi Order’s founder’s ORS Festival is today, Published: December 21, 2013". 
  21. ^ a b "News media: Chittagong Daily, Column: Saint’s role in promoting initiation of humanity and appreciation of human rights organization, Published: December 21, 2013". 
  22. ^ Commemorative publication: the century of Gausul Azam Maizbhanderi’s disappearance ceremony; 1906-2006 AD, Published: 2006
  23. ^ "Article: Bangladesh – Maijbhandari sect – Sufism – Religious extremism, Page:1-2, Published by: RRT Research Response- Australia" (PDF). 
  24. ^ "Bengali News Media: Doinik Purbokon, Headline: ORS Festival of Aminul Haque (K) on December 9. Published: December 7, 2013". 
  25. ^ "Bengali News Media: Doinik Azadi, Headline: ORS Festival of Aminul Haq Wasel Maizbhanderi today, Published: December 9, 2013". 
  26. ^ "Bengali News Media: newsbna, Headline: Everyone ought to follow Sufism once in a life- Moulana Sayed Zafor Sadek , Published: December 7, 2013". 
  27. ^ Biography: Aulikul Shiromoni Hajrath Baba Bhanderi, Author: Shahjada Syed Badrudduja
  28. ^ Biography: Babajan Kebla Kabar Jibon Charito, Author Syed Abdus Salam Isapuri
  29. ^ "Preface, Rahe Bhander Sufi Order (Official Website)". 
  30. ^ "Bengali News Media: Daily Suprovat Bangladesh, Headline: Disappearance Ceremony of Sayed Salekur Rahman observed at Rahe Bhander Dorbar, Published: December 24, 2013". 
  31. ^ A regular journal publish from Rangunia Subdivision: Dui Kolom, Headline: Politicians should play a role tolerating others view due to establish Human Rights, Published: December 2011
  32. ^ A regular magazine: Noxar Sondhane the preface of Rahe Bhander, Title: The brief biography of Hadrath Shahsufi Moulana Sayed Salekur Rahman Rahe Bhanderi (K), Author: secretary for info, research and foreign affairs, Association of Rahe Bhander Affectionate (ARA), Published: June 5, 2013

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