Sayyad Laal Shah Hamdani

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Sayyad Laal Shah Hamdani
Died 27 Shaban 1313 AH (29 January 1896)
Danda Shah Bilawal, Punjab, Pakistan
Region Islamic scholar/Sufi
School Islam, Sufi

Sayyad Laal Shah Hamdani was a Muslim scholar and prominent Sufi shaykh of Naqshbandi tariqah in South Asia (present day Pakistan).

Sayyad Laal Shah studied the Islamic sciences from Shaykh Ahmed Deen who was a khalifa of Haji Dost Muhammad Qandhari. Afterwards, he took oath of allegiance with Haji Dost Muhammad Qandhari at the khanqah Daman in Naqshbandi tariqah. After the death of his first shaykh, he took second oath of allegiance with Khwaja Muhammad Usman Damani Naqshbandi and received Khilafat from him. He is considered one of the major Khulafa of Khwaja Damani.[1]

He died on 27 Shaban 1313 AH (29 January 1896). His shrine is in Danda Shah Bilawal and is a place often visited.[1]

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