Abdul Wahid bin Zaid
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Abdul Wahid bin Zaid Abul Fadl ('Abdul Wāḥid bin Zaid Abul Faḍl; died 21st Shawwal 793) was an early day Sufi Saint, a successor to Hasan al-Basri, second link in the Sufi Silsilah of Chishti Order, and the Master of Fudhail Bin Iyadh.
Abdul Waahid Bin Zaid has been quoted in Fazail-e-Sadaqat  as receiving advice from a Christian monk. He is also reported to have received education from Imam Abu Hanifah, before being initiated full-time as a Sufi by Khwaja Hasan al-Basri.
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