Alauddin Sabir Kaliyari

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Makhdoom Alauddin Ali Ahmad Sabir Kaliyari[1]
Other namesMakhdoom-ul-Alam, Sabir E Pak, Makhdoom, Ali Ahmad, Baba Sabir, Charaag e Chisht
Personal
Born592 AH/1196 AD 19th Rabi' al-awwal
Died690 AH/1291 AD 11th Rabi' al-awwal
ReligionIslam
Other namesMakhdoom-ul-Alam, Sabir E Pak, Makhdoom, Ali Ahmad, Baba Sabir, Charaag e Chisht
Senior posting
Based inPiran kalyar, Roorkee, India
PredecessorBaba Fareed
SuccessorShamsuddin Turk Panipati, Hyder Shah At.Panipat
PostSufism

Makhdoom Alauddin Ali Ahmed Sabir, also known as صابر کلیری Sabir Kaliyari ("Saint of Kaliyar"), was a South Asian Sufi saint in the 13th century. He was nephew successor to Baba Fareed (1188–1280),[2] and the first in the Sabiriya branch of the Chishti Order. Today, his dargah (Sufi mausoleum) is at Kaliyar village, near Haridwar.

Biography[edit]

Khawaja Sultan Ul Arifeen Sayyed Sabir Pak Ali Ahmed was the great grandson of GHOUSE Ul Azam Sayyed Sheikh Abdul Qadir Jilani RA. His father was Sayyed Abdus Salaam Abdur Rahim Jilani RA son of Sayyid Abdul Wahaab Jilani RA eldest son of Hazrat Sheikh Sayyed Abdul Qadir Jilani Ra. His mother was Sayyedah Jamilah RA elder sister of Baba Farid Ganjshakkar RA and direct descendent of Hazrat Umar Al Farooq RA.

Hazrat Baba Fareed (رحمتہ اللہ علیہ) entrusted him (Davis Piya) the duty of distribution of food (Langar). He accepted this duty happily and in between engaged himself in prayers. He dispensed with his duties well and also attended the discourse of Hazrat Baba Freed Ganje Shakar RA. He did not partake a single morsel from food (Langer), kept fasts and went to the jungle and ate wild berries and leaves. He did his duties for 12 years. He prayed continuously and his abstentions were never disrupted. Frequent and continuous fasting and eating leaves and wild food made him weak. When his mother came back again and saw him, she complained to his brother (Hazrat Baba Fareed RA) of his weakness. Hazrat Baba Fareed RAcalled upon him and asked the reason. Sabir Pak replied “You ordered me to distribute the food and not to partake from it”. Baba Fareed RA embraced him happily and remarked “He is SABIR (Patient)”. From that day forth He became famous with the name of “SABIR”.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Faizan e Hazrat Sabir Pak Kaliyar Sharif
  2. ^ Sheikh Farid, by Dr. Harbhajan Singh. Hindi Pocket Books, 2002. ISBN 81-216-0255-6. Page 11.

2. [1] sayyidamiruddin.com (regarding the shajra e nasab of Sabir Piya

Further reading[edit]

  • E-book: Tadhkira Anwar-i-Sabiri – An account of Sabir's Enlightenment by Dar-ul-Ehsan Publications and Sabir'ul Baqa Networks
  • Mashaikh-e-Chist, by Maulana Muhammad Zakariyya, Translated by Mujlisul Ulama of South Africa, 1998
  • Islam in India, by Vidyajyoti Institute of Religious Studies Islamic Section. Vikas Pub. House, 1985. ISBN 0-7069-2751-6. page 61.
  • Encyclopaedia of Sufism, Ed. Masood Ali Khan & S. Ram. New Delhi, Anmol, 2003, Vol 1–12. ISBN 81-261-1311-1. (Vol 5.)
  • Rose, H.A., Ibbetson, D., Maclagan, E.D.A glossary of the tribes and castes of the Punjab and North-West Frontier Province. Vol. 3, L.-Z with Appendices A.-L, Asian Educational Services, 1990. ISBN 978-81-206-0505-3