Jahaniyan Jahangasht

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Jahaniyan Jahangasht
Shrine of Hazrat Makhdum Jahaniyan Jahangasht.jpg
The shrine of Jahaniyan Jahangasht in Uch Sharif
Born 19 January 1308
Uch, near Bahawalpur, Punjab Province, Pakistan
Died 3 February 1384 (aged 76)
Uch, near Bahawalpur, Punjab Province, Pakistan
Occupation Sufi

Makhdoom Jahaniyan Jahangasht (مخدوم سید جہانیاں جہان گشت البخاری) (b 1308- d 1384) was a Sufi saint from the South Asia. His descendants are known as Bukhari and are a prominent lineage of Suhrawardi Saadat. Makhdoom was born on 19 January 1308 AD (14 Shaban 707 AH) in Uch near Bahawalpur, Pakistan. His father, Syed Ahmed Kabir, was the youngest son of Hazrat Syed Jalaluddin, better known as Jalaluddin Surkh-Posh Bukhari,[1] who came from Bukhara to what is now Pakistan in 630 AH (1232 AD).

Jalaluddin Makhdoon Jahaniyan Jahangasht's descendents[edit]

  • Syed Mehmood Nasiruddin Falak al Alaa
  • Syed Abdullah Burhanuddin Qutb Alam
  • Syed Sirajuddin Muhammad Shah e Alam
  • Syed Mehmood Raju
  • Syed Ahmed Shaheed
  • Syed Abdul Shakur
  • Syed Ahmed Shareef Khan
  • Syed Murtaza Bukhari Al Shahi (moved to Mangrol, Gujrat)
  • Syed Fatehullah Bukhari
  • Syed Ali Asghar Bukhari
  • Syed Mohammad Hussain Bukhari
  • Syed Abdullah Bukhari
  • Syed Mohammad Hussain Bukhari
  • Syed Baqir Mian Bukhari
  • Syed Dadabhai Mian Bukhari
  • Syed Hussain Mian Bukhari
  • Syed Baqir Mian Bukhari
  • Syed Hassan Ali Bukhari
  • Syed Baqir Mian Bukhari(migrated to Karachi, Pakistan after independence)
  • Syed Mohammed Amin Bukhari(Karachi)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Marat-e-Jalali (مرآت جلالی) by Syed Khalil Ahmed Bukhari Hassami , First Edition 1918, Allahabad, Second Edition 1999, Karachi.