Qadiriyya wa Naqshbandiyya
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Qadiriyyah wa Naqshbandiyyah is a Sufi order derived from Qadiriyyah tariqa merged with Naqshbandi tariqa.
Sheikh Achmad Khotib al-Syambasi atau (also known as Sheikh Ahmad Khatib ibn Abdul Ghaffar al-Sambasi al-Jawi) from Sambas, West Kalimantan, merged this tariqas and founded the Qadiriyyah wa an-Naqshbandiyyah tariqa. It is a famous tariqa in the Far East until now, especially in South-east Asia including Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei Darussalam, etc.
The silsilah (chain) of this tariqa is:
- Sheikh Achmad Khotib al-Syambasiatau (also known as Sheikh Ahmad Khatib ibn Abdul Ghaffar al-Sambasi al-Jawi)
- Sheikh Abdul Karim Tanara Nawawi al-Bantani
- Sheikh Abdullah Mubarok Cibuntu (also known as Sheikh Abdul Khoir Cibuntu Banten)
- Sheikh Nurun Naum Suryadipraja
- Sheikh al-Waasi Achmad Syaechudin