Tarika-e-Maizbhandari

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Ghaus-e-Azam
Hazrat Syed Ahmed Ullah Maizbhanderi
Universal Sufi Saint
Shrine of Hazrat Syed Ahmed Ullah Maizbhandari at Maizbhandar Dorbar Sharif
Born Syed Ahmed Ullah
c. (1826-01-15)15 January 1826
Maizbhandar, Chittagong, Bangladesh
Died 23 January 1906(1906-01-23) (aged 80)
Maizbhandar, Chittagong, Bangladesh
Cause of death
Due to old age
Resting place
Shrine of Ahmed Ullah Maizbhanderi, Chittagong, Bangladesh.
Other names Ghaus-e-Azam, Kebla, Gausul Azam Maizbhandari, Boro Moulana, Khatemul Olad, Shaie-e-Lillah and Ahmed Ullah Rahmathullah Alai
Known for Maizbhandari Sufi Order
Religion Islam
Children Syed Faizul Haque
Parents Father: Mohammed Matiullah
Mother: Bibi Khairun Nesa
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:)

Tarika-e-Maizbhandari:

Maizbhandari Philosophy/Tariqa is introduced by Hazrat Gausul Azam Moulana Shah Sufi Syed Ahmed Ullah Maizbhanderi and Hazrat Shah Sufi Moulana Syed Golamur Rahman Maizbhandari (Baba Bhandari) for the welfare of mankind both in the world here and the world hereafter. Its aim is to establish a global human society that would be free from exploitation, injustice, communalism, racial discrimination and idolatry. It is based on the concept of unrestricted divine love / which implies that all people irrespective of caste, creed, race, sex and religion have open access to repository of divine love and spiritualism.

Maizbhandari Sufism its now a globally know spiritual Sufi-guided pathway which teach students/ Tariqa follower to love the creation of Allah(God). The Universal Saint Gausul Azam Syed Ahmed Ullah Maizbhanderi is the main patron of this Sufism which is directly connected Universal Saint Gausul Azam Syed Abdul-Qadir Gilani shown Sufism pathway. The Tariqa-e-Maizbhandari also called Khidri Tariqa. Hazrat Gausul Azam Syed Ahmed Ullah Maizbhanderi is a descendant of the Islamic prophet, Muhammad. He also known as Ghaus-e-Azam, Hazrath Kebla, Gausul Azam Maizbhanderi, Boro Moulana (a title which in the local language means; "the senior scholar"),[2] Khatemul Olad and Shaie-en-Lillah. Gausul Azam Maizbhanderi is his mostly spread name in Tariqa-e-Maizbhandari. The Tariqa-e-Maizbhandari was named from the name of the village Maizbhandar which, is the spiritual junction of Ruhani Sufism of Islam because the Universal Saint Gausul Azam Hazrat Syed Ahmed Ullah Maizbhanderi was born in this village. It is 40 km from the city center of Chittagong. Hazrats' shrine is open for people of all classes, sects and religions.

Gausual Azam Hazrat Syed Ahmed Ullah Maizbhanderi (K:)[edit]

The founder of Tarika-e-Maizbhandari Gausul Azam Syed Ahmed Ullah Maizbhanderi (K:) was born on January 15, 1826 corresponding to Magh 1, 1233 of Bengali calendar Year. It is said that, the spiritual Sufi scholar Hazrat Mohiuddin Ibn Arabi (R.A.) had predict the birth of the Universal Saint Gausul Azam Hazrat Syed Ahmed Ullah Maizbhanderi (K:), 586 years earlier.[citation needed]

Gausul Azam Hazrat Syed Ahmed Ullah Maizbhanderi(K:) spent childhood there in his native district Chittagong. After accomplishing his secondary education level he was admitted to Calcutta Alia Madrasha[3] (Aliah University) of greater India for his higher studies in Islamic religion and philosophy.

Khalifa[edit]

In the way of Sufism or Islamic system Khalifa means the authorized person who is assign for a particular work, on the way of Maizbhandari Sufism, Gausul Azam Hazrat Syed Ahmed Ullah Maizbhanderi (K:) assigned Khalifa to spreading the Maizbhandari Sufism all over the continent. Khalifa also consider as spiritual master who is assign or appointed to practice Sufism. There was a numbers of khalifa's from different place was appointed to teach maizbhandari Sufism. We can find a list of his Successors as it was published by one of his descendants, Delwar Hossain Maizbhanderi, in his famous work 'Gausul Azam Maizbhandarir Jiboni O Karamat' (Life sketch of Hazrat Kebla Kaba).

List of his Successor/ Khalifa[edit]

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

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