Mir Sayyid Ali Hamadani

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Said-ul-Auliya Sayyid Ali Hamadani(سید اولیاء سید علی ہمدانی)
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Other names Said-ul-Auliya Sayyid Ali Hamadani
Personal
Born 714 AH (1314 A.C) Hamedan, Iran
Died 786 AH (1384 A.C),history mentioned two death places one in Afghanistan kunar asadabad famous as zayarat shah-e-hamdan and other is nokot, mansehra pakistan there is also shrine of shah-hamdan named as wafat gah shah-hamdan.
Senior posting
Based in Kulob and Khatlan, Tajikistan. sayyid Ali hamadani travels 3 times around world for the propagation of islam,His mosques are situated in diffrent parts of the world.
Title Said-ul-Auliya, AliSani, Shah Hamadan,
Period in office Late 14th century
Predecessor Mohammad Mizdqani
Successor Khawja Ishaq Khutlani (Son in Law), .

Mir Syed Ali bin Shahab-ud-Din Hamadani (Persian: میر سید علی ابن شہاب الدین ہمدانی‎‎; 1314–1384) was a Persian Sūfī of the Kubrāwī order, a poet and a prominent Shafi'i Muslim scholar.[1][2] He was born in Hamadan,[3] died in Kunar, and was buried in Khatlan.[4] He played a major role in spreading Islam in Kashmir and he has also influenced the culture of the Kashmir valley.[5] He was known as "Shāh Hamadhān" ("King of Hamadhān", Iran) and as Amīr-i Kabīr ("the Great Commander"). He wrote several short works on spirituality and Sufism. He has influenced the works of his contemporary in Kashmir, the female Śaiva poet Lallēśvārī.[citation needed]

Alama-Iqbal praises Said-Ul-Auliya Sayid Ali Hamadani (اقبال در مرح سید اولیاء سید علی ہمدانی)[edit]

سید سادات سالارعجم
دست او معمار تقدیر امم

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Works[edit]

  • Al-Burda Qasidat, Sherah by Said-ul-Auliya Sayyid Ali Hamadani The Risalah Starts With These Words (فقال سلطان اولیاء سید علی ہمدانی)

There is a copy in Sayyid Abdul Qadir Jeelani Library in Baghdad.[3]

References[edit]

General

Bibliography[edit]

  • John Renard 2005: Historical Dictionary of Sufism (Historical Dictionaries of Religions, Philosophies and Movements, 58), ISBN 0810853426

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