Saifia

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The Silsila-e-Saifia Urdu سیفیہArabic السیفیہ is a Muslim Sufi order based in Pakistan, with a following in the UK, Europe, US, Canada,Afghanistan, India, Bangladesh and various countries of the Middle East. The order is linked to the lineage of Naqshbandiyyah Mujaddadiyyah, and the order's grandmaster is Akhundzada Saif-ur-Rahman Mubarak.[1]

The Naqshbandia Saifia order (silsila)[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Silsila Alia Saifia Naqshbandia Mujadidiah - Saifiya - Welcome". Saifiya.net. Retrieved 2016-02-25.
  2. ^ Faiz Naqshband (Urdu Translation): Malfuzat of Shah Ghulam Ali Dehlavi, p.46 Archived 2012-03-08 at the Wayback Machine.
  3. ^ MAMOOLAT-E-SAIFIA-P No 39


# 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[2]

(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 (16) 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 (20) 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 Amkanagi, son of (21) 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-Fārūqī 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 Fārūqī, 3rd son of (24) Sirhind, India 1007 AH

(1598/1599 C.E)

9 Rabi al-Awwal 1099 AH

(13/14 January 1688 C.E)

26 Khwaja Muhammad Sibghatullah Fārūqī, son of (25) Sirhind, India 1033 AH

(1624/1710 C.E)

9 Rabi us sani 1122 AH

(June 1710 C.E)

27 Khwaja Muhammad Ismailson of (26) Sirhind, India 1136AH

( 1724 C.E)

28 Ghulam Muhammad Masum '''Khawaja Masum II'''son of (27) Sirhind, India

(2/3 March 1700 C.E)

5 Dhu al-Hijjah 1161 AH
29 Shah Ghulam Muhammad'''Shah Ghulam Muhammad''' Sirhind, India 1101 AH

(1690 C.E)

1 Shawal 1175 AH

(24 April 1762 C.E)

30 Haji Muhammad Safi Hadida, Yamen 4 Dhul-Qa`dah 1156 AH

(1744 C.E)

6 Dhu al-Qidah 1212 AH

(21 April 1798 C.E)

31 Shah Zia ul Haq Nijrab, Afghanistan 1101 AH

(1690 C.E)

10 Muharram 1225 AH

(24 April 1762 C.E)

32 Shah Zia Kabul, Afghanistan 1101 AH

(1690 C.E)

1 Shawal 1175 AH

(24 April 1762 C.E)

33 Shamsu Haq Gulbahar, Pakistan 1101 AH

(1690 C.E)

22 Rabi' al-awwal 1350 AH

(24 April 1762 C.E)

34 Shah Rasool Talqani Taloqan, Afghanistan ----- 1360 AH

( 1942 C.E)

35 Muhammad Hashim Samangani Pir Sabaq , Pakistan 1349 AH

(1930 C.E)

9 Shawal 1391 AH

(27 November 1762 C.E)

36 Akhundzada Saif-ur-Rahman Mubarak(Damat Barakatu humulQudsiya)
(Silsila ended)[3]
Lahore, Pakistan 20 Muharram 1344 AH

(10 August 1925 C.E)

15 Rajab 1431 AH

(27 June 2010 C.E)

37 Khwaja Muhammad Mian Hanafi Sarkar (Damat Barakatu humulaliya) Lahore
38 Khwaja Col. Dr. Muhammad Sarfraz Sarkar(Damat Barakatu humulaliya)
39 Khawaja Syed Muhammad Salim Bukhari(Damat Barakatu humulaliya)
40 Muhammad Imran Yousaf See also[edit]

• List of tariqas • Akhundzada Saif-ur-Rahman Mubarak • Naqshbandi References[edit] 1. Jump up^ "Silsila Alia Saifia Naqshbandia Mujadidiah - Saifiya - Welcome". Saifiya.net. Retrieved 2016-02-25. 2. Jump up^ Faiz Naqshband (Urdu Translation): Malfuzat of Shah Ghulam Ali Dehlavi, p.46Archived 2012-03-08 at the Wayback Machine. 3. Jump up^ MAMOOLAT-E-SAIFIA-P No 39

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