Khalidiyya

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Naqshbandiyya Khalidiyya or Khalidiyya is the title of a branch of the Naqshbandiyya Sufi lineage, from the time of Khalid al-Baghdadi until the time of Shaykh Ismail ash-Shirwani.

The Khalid’îyyah tariqa silsila[edit]

# Name Buried Birth Death
1 Sayyadna Muhammad the last Prophet Madinah, Saudi Arabia Mon 12 Rabi al-Awwal

(570/571 CE)

12 Rabi al-Awwal 11 AH

(5/6 June 632 CE)

2 Sayyadna Abu Bakr Siddiq Madinah, Saudi Arabia 22 Jumada al-Thani 13 AH

(22 August 634 C.E)

3 Sayyadna Salman al-Farsi Mada'in, Iraq 10 Rajab 33 AH

(4/5 February 654 C.E)

4 Imām Qasim ibn Muhammad ibn Abu Bakr, son of son of (2) Madinah, Saudi Arabia 23 Shaban 24 AH

(22/23 June 645 C.E)

24 Jumada al-Thani 101/106/107 AH
5 Imām Jafar Sadiq, son of granddaughter of (2) Madinah, Saudi Arabia 8 Ramadan 80 AH

(5/6 November 699 C.E)

15 Rajab 148 AH

(6/7 September 765 C.E)

6 Khwaja Bayazid Bastami Bistam, Semnan province, Iran 186 AH

(804 C.E)

15 Shaban 261 AH

(24/25 May 875 C.E)

7 Khwaja Abul-Hassan Kharaqani Kharaqan, near Bistam, Semnan province, Iran 352 AH

(963 C.E)

10 Muharram 425 AH

(5/6 December 1033 C.E)

8 Khwaja Abu Ali Farmadi Toos, Khurasan, Iran 434 AH

(1042/1043 C.E)

4 Rabi al-Awwal 477 or 511 AH

(10 July 1084 / 6 July 1117)

9 Khwaja Abu Yaqub Yusuf Hamadānī Marv, near Mary, Turkmenistan 440 AH

(1048/1049 C.E)

Rajab 535 AH

(Feb/Mar 1141 C.E)

10 Khwaja Abdul Khaliq Ghujdawani Ghajdawan, Bukhara, Uzbekistan 22 Shaban 435 AH

(24/25 March 1044 C.E)

12 Rabi al-Awwal 575 AH

(17/18 August 1179 C.E)

11 Khwaja Arif Reogari Reogar, near Bukhara, Uzbekistan 27 Rajab 551 AH

(15 September 1156 C.E)

1 Shawwal 616 AH

(10/11 December 1219 C.E.)

12 Khwaja Mahmood Anjir-Faghnawi Bukhara, Uzbekistan 18 Shawwal 628 AH

(18/19 August 1231 C.E)

17 Rabi al-Awwal 717 AH

(29/30 May 1317 C.E)

13 Khwaja Azizan Ali Ramitani Khwaarizm, Uzbekistan 591 AH

(1194 C.E)

27 Ramadan 715 or 721 AH

(25/26 December 1315 or 20/21 October 1321)

14 Khwaja Muhammad Baba Samasi Samaas, Bukhara, Uzbekistan 25 Rajab 591 AH

(5/6 July 1195 C.E)

10 Jumada al-Thani 755 AH

(2/3 July 1354 C.E)

15 Khwaja Sayyid Amir Kulal Saukhaar, Bukhara, Uzbekistan 676 AH

(1277/1278 C.E)

Wed 2 Jumada al-Thani 772 AH

(21/22 December 1370 C.E)

16 Khwaja Muhammad Baha'uddin Naqshband Bukhari Qasr-e-Aarifan, Bukhara, Uzbekistan 4 Muharram 718 AH[1]

(8/9 March 1318 C.E)

3 Rabi al-Awwal 791 AH

(2/3 March 1389 C.E)

17 Khwaja Ala'uddin Attar Bukhari, son-in-law of (17) Jafaaniyan, Transoxiana (Uzbekistan) Wed 20 Rajab 804 AH

(23 February 1402 C.E)

18 Khwaja Yaqub Charkhi Gulistan, Dushanbe, Tajkistan 762 AH

(1360/1361 C.E)

5 Safar 851 AH

(21/22 April 1447 C.E)

19 Khwaja Ubaidullah Ahrar Samarkand, Uzbekistan Ramadan 806 AH

(March/April 1404 C.E)

29 Rabi al-Awwal 895 AH

(19/20 February 1490 C.E)

20 Khwaja Muhammad Zahid Wakhshi Wakhsh 14 Shawwal 852 AH

(11/12 December 1448 C.E)

1 Rabi al-Awwal 936 AH

(3/4 November 1529 C.E)

21 Khwaja Durwesh Muhammad, son of sister of (21) Asqarar, Uzbekistan 16 Shawwal 846 AH

(17/18 February 1443 C.E)

19 Muharram 970 AH

(18/19 September 1562 C.E)

22 Khwaja Muhammad Amkanaki, son of (22) Amkana, Bukhara, Uzbekistan 918 AH

(1512/1513 C.E)

22 Shaban 1008 AH

(8/9 March 1600 C.E)

23 Khwaja Muhammad Baqi Billah Berang Delhi, India 5 Dhu al-Hijjah 971 or 972 AH

(14 July 1564 / 3 July 1565)

25 Jumada al-Thani 1012 AH

(29/30 November 1603 C.E)

24 Shaikh Ahmad al-Farūqī al-Sirhindī, Imām Rabbānī Sirhind, India 14 Shawwal 971 AH

(25/26 May 1564 C.E)

28 Safar 1034 AH

(9/10 December 1624 C.E)

25 Imām Khwaja Muhammad Masum Faruqi, 3rd son of (25) Sirhind, India 1007 AH

(1598/1599 C.E)

9 Rabi al-Awwal 1099 AH

(13/14 January 1688 C.E)

26 Khwaja Muhammad Saifuddin Faruqi, son of (26) Sirhind, India 1049 AH

(1639/1640 C.E)

19 or 26 Jumada al-awwal 1096 AH

(April 1685 C.E)

27 Sayyid Nur Muhammad Badayuni Delhi, India 11 Dhu al-Qi'dah 1135AH

(12/13 August 1723 C.E)

28 Shaheed Mirza Mazhar Jan-e-Janaan, Shams-ud-Dīn Habībullāh Delhi, India 11 Ramadan 1111 AH

(2/3 March 1700 C.E)

10 Muharram 1195 AH

(Fri 5 January 1781 C.E)

29 Khwaja Abdullah Dehlavi, alias Shah Ghulam Ali Dehlavi Delhi, India 1156 AH[2]

(1743 C.E)

22 Safar 1240 AH

(15/16 October 1824 C.E)

30 Mevlânâ Muhammad Khâlid-i Baghdâdî
(Main Silsila ended, off-shoots split here. )
Damascus, Syria Sharazur, Sulaymaniyah, Iraq (1779 C.E)

(1827 C.E)

References[edit]

  • Gammer, Moshe. Muslim Resistance to the Tsar: Shamil and the Conquest of Chechnia and Daghestan. Portland, OR: Frank Cass, 1994.
  • Shaykh Muhammad Hisham Kabbani, Classical Islam and the Naqshbandi Sufi Tradition, Islamic Supreme Council of America (June 2004), ISBN 1-930409-23-0.