Mohammad Badshah Qadri
Syed Mohammad Badshah Qadri-ul-Chishti Yamani Raichuri (1903 (1324 Hijri) – 1978), was a Sufi saint of the Chisti order in India, known commonly as Badshah Quadri or Badesha Qadri, who preached universal brotherhood and peace.
Badshah Qadri Is Also known As Qadeer Allah By His Followers.
Badshah Quadri was born in Raichur, Karnataka, India, during Bakrid on the 10th day of Dhul Hijja, on a Friday, to a Syed family which originally came from Yemen. His family trace their descent from Hasan ibn Ali, the first grandson of Muhammad.
At an early age, Badshah Quadri became a disciple of his paternal uncle Shah Nabi Mohiuddeen Quadri, of the Chisti order, who was then a renowned Chisti elder. He later became a disciple of Shaikh Karimullah Shah Qadri. Before Karimullah died, he passed the role of Pir, the leadership of the Quadeeriya and Chishti traditions, to Badshah Quadri.
Badshah Quadri is entombed in Halkatta Shareef outside of Wadi in the Gulbarga District of Karnataka. His work is continued there by his son and successor. There is an annual festival or urs for Badesha Quadri and thousands of his followers travel to Halkatta Shareef for it. The urs marks the anniversary of the saint’s death. The term urs literally means wedding with the divine.
- "Badshah Quadri ‘urs’ to begin at Halkatta today" Deccan Herald 13 February 2006
- Patel, Aakar (11 June 2000) "Celebrating death and union in Wadi" Chowk.com, a reviewed South Asian forum
- Staff (24 June 2004) "Religious leader's felicitation" The Hindu
- Staff (3 March 2004) "Special train for Urs" The Hindu
- Staff (1 February 2006) "Special train" The Hindu
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