Qadi Thanaullah Panipati

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Qazi Muhammad Sanaullah Usmani Panipati Mujaddidi
Died d. 1225 AH.[1]
Era Medieval era
School Sunni, Hanafi, Naqshbandi
Main interests
Tafsir and Naqshbandi silsilah
Notable ideas
Takfir of Yazid I, Love of Sahaba and Ahle Bait alike, Takfir of Shiaism

Qazi Muhammad Sanaullah Panipati (Arabic: قاضي ثناء الله بنيباتي‎‎) (d. 1225 AH [1]) was a Sunni Islamic scholar.

Name[edit]

His full name was Qazi Thanaullah Panipati aka Qazi Sanaullah Panipati.

Legacy[edit]

Works[edit]

Views[edit]

He viewed Yazid I to be a Kafir:[3]

Spiritual Chain[edit]

He belonged to the Mujaddidi order of Sufism, which is the main branch of Naqshbandi Sufi tariqah. His spiritual lineage goes to Muhammad, through Shaikh Ahmad Sirhindi, the Mujaddid of eleventh Hijri century. The complete lineage is as under:[4]

  1. Muhammad d.11AH, buried Madinah SA (570/571–632 CE)
  2. Abu Bakr Siddiq, d.13AH, buried Madinah, SA
  3. Salman al-Farsi, d.35AH buried Madaa'in, Iraq
  4. Qasim ibn Muhammad ibn Abu Bakr d.107AH buried Madinah SA.
  5. Jafar Sadiq, (after which moves to Iran) d 148AH buried Madinah SA.
  6. Bayazid Bastami, d 261AH buried Bistaam, Iraq (804–874 CE).
  7. Abul Hassan Kharqani, d 425AH buried Kharqaan, Iran.
  8. Abul Qasim Gurgani, d.450AH buried Gurgan, Iran.
  9. Abu Ali Farmadi, (after which moves to Turkmenistan) d 477AH buried Tous, Khorasan, Iran.
  10. Yusuf Hamadani, d 535AH buried Maru, Khorosan, Iran.
  11. Abdul Khaliq Ghujdawani, d 575AH buried Ghajdawan, Bukhara, Uzbekistan.
  12. Arif Reogari, d 616AH buried Reogar, Bukhara, Uzbekistan.
  13. Mahmood Anjir-Faghnawi, d 715AH buried Waabakni, Mawralnahar.
  14. Azizan Ali Ramitani, d 715AH buried Khwaarizm, Bukhara, Uzbekistan.
  15. Muhammad Baba Samasi, d 755AH buried Samaas, Bukhara, Uzbekistan.
  16. Amir Kulal, d 772AH buried Saukhaar, Bukhara, Uzbekistan.
  17. Muhammad Baha'uddin Naqshband, d 791AH buried Qasr-e-Aarifan, Bukhara, Uzbekistan (1318–1389 CE).
  18. Ala'uddin Attar Bukhari, buried Jafaaniyan, Mawranahar, Uzbekistan.
  19. Yaqub Charkhi, d 851AH buried Charkh, Bukhara, Uzbekistan.
  20. Ubaidullah Ahrar, d 895AH buried Samarkand, Uzbekistan.
  21. Muhammad Zahid Wakhshi, d 936AH buried Wakhsh, Malk Hasaar
  22. Durwesh Muhammad, d 970AH buried Samarkand, Uzbekistan.
  23. Muhammad Amkanaki, (after which moves to India) d 1008AH buried Akang, Bukhara, Uzbekistan.
  24. Muhammad Baqi Billah Berang, d 1012AH buried Delhi, India.
  25. Ahmad Faruqi Sirhindi, d 1034AH buried Sarhand, India (1564–1624 CE)
  26. Muhammad Masum Sirhindi, d 1079AH buried Sarhand, India.
  27. Muhammad Saifuddin Faruqi Mujaddidi, d 1096AH buried Sarhand, India
  28. Muhammad Mohsin,
  29. Nur Muhammad Badayuni, d.1135AH
  30. Mirza Mazhar Jan-e-Janaan, d.1195AH
  31. Qadi Thanaullah Panipatti

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Qur'anic Studies - An Introduction to the Science of Tafsir Archived November 14, 2006, at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ Qadi Thana'Ullah Panipati, Yusuf Talal De Lorenzo. Essential Islamic Knowledge (Mala Budda Minhu), UK Islamic Academy, 2003.
  3. ^ On Cursing Yazid Bin Muwaiya, Ahlus Sunnah Foundation of Canada, 3 November 2008, retrieved 27 June 2009 
  4. ^ https://web.archive.org/web/20101124033432/http://islahulmuslimeen.org/golden_chain.asp. Archived from the original on November 24, 2010. Retrieved July 14, 2010.  Missing or empty |title= (help)