Ahamed Mohiyudheen Noorishah Jeelani

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Ahamed Mohiyudheen Noorishah Jeelani
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Ahamed Mohiyudheen Noorishah Jeelani
Born (1915-10-08)October 8, 1915
Dabirpura, Hyderabad, India
Nationality India
Era Modern era
School Sufi Order of Chisti, Qadiri
Main interests
Sufism, spirituality, Islamic studies
Notable ideas
Silsila-e-Nooriyya

Hazrath Noor ul Mashaikh Sayed Ahmed Mohiyuddeen Noori Shah Jeelani Arabic: (حضرة سيد أحمد محي الدين نوري شاه الجيلاني) was a renowned Muslim Sufi, saint and scholar of the Qadri, Chisti order from the Indian sub continent. He was the 21st grand son of Ghousul Azam Sheikh Mohiyudheen Abdul Qadir Jilani. He is widely known as "Noor ul Mashaikh". His Silsila has spread throughout the world in more than 40 countries through millions of his students(murids), many gatherings, mosques, Islamic schools, colleges and hospitals. He is the Founder of Kerala’s First Islamic Arabic College Jami'a Nooriyya Arabic College, Pattikkad in Malappuram District. He accepted the position of vice president of the Jami'a Nooriya . He was the student (mureed) of the renowned Sufi saint Alhaj Moulana Peer Ghousi Shah. Finally he received the calaphate from his shaikh Kanzul Irfan Hazrath Moulana Sheikh Ghousi shah. His ʿUrs (anniversary of his death) is celebrated on 14th of Rabīʿ ath-Thānī .

His mausoleum (Dargah Shareef) is located in the Bandlaguda area of Telangana|Hyderabad, India.

Darga shareef of Hazrat Noorishah jeelani

Selected works[edit]

Urs Mubarak of Hazrat Noorishah Jeelani at Noori Maskan, Hyderabad. Noori Maskan is now a vibrant centre which gives spiritual training to all seekers throughout the year

Shaikh Syed Noorishah Jeelani authored multiple books, among them

  • Tafsīr-e-Noori
  • Asrar-e-Lailahaillallah
  • Ahmiyat-u-Tareeqat
  • Taaruf-e-Muhammad
  • Dada ki kahani pote ki zabani (Sharah of futahul gayeb)

Spiritual Chain[edit]

Darga Shareef of Hazrat Nurul Mashaik

The chain of spiritual masters (silsila) of Nooriyya reaches both Qadri and Chisti masters, hence came to be known as Chisti-Qadri silsila. Quthbul Mashaikh Hazrat Syed Arifuddeen Jeelani is the Leader of silsila Nooriyya Al Arifiyya. and Continuation of Sajjada Janasheen The 23rd Grand Son of Shaiakh Abdul Qadir jeelani Syed Ahmed Mohiyudheen NOORISHAH SANI. Ameen.[1]

Qadiri Chain

Chishti Chain

Qadiri-wal-Chistiya

  • Khaja Haji Ishaq Chishti Qadiri (W. H: 953)
  • Khaja Haji Muhammad Chishti Qadiri (W. H: 972)
  • Khaja Junaid Thani (W. H: 985)
  • Khaja Shah Hidayatullah Ayni (W. H: 1018)
  • Khaja Sayyid Kamaludin Bukhari (W. H: 1052)
  • Khaja Sayyid Jamaludin Chishti Qadiri (W. H: 1162)
  • Sayyid Muhammad Shah Mir Chishti Qadiri (W. H: 1186)
  • Khaja Sayyid Kamaludin Sham’ Khan Dan Misht (W. H: 1224)
  • Khaja Alawudin Chishti Qadiri (W. H: 1251)
  • Khaja Sayyid Burhanudin (W. H: 1290)
  • Sayyid Sultan Mahmudullah Shah (W. H: 1311)
  • Hazrat Sheikh Kamalullah Shah Macchliwale Shah (W. H: 1351)
  • Kanzul Irfan Hazrat Ghauth Ali Shah Ghauthi (W. H: 1373)
  • Noorul Mashaikh Sayyid Ahmed Mohiyudheen Noorishah Jeelani (W. H: 1411)
  • Qutbul Mashaikh Hazrat Syed Arifudheen Jeelani - Noori Sarkar Qibla

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