Tajuddin Muhammad Badruddin

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Syed Mohammad Tajuddin
Tajuddin Baba.jpg
BornJanuary 27, 1861
DiedAugust 17, 1925(1925-08-17) (aged 64)
Nagpur, India
EraModern era
RegionIslamic philosophy
SchoolSufism
Main interests
Quran reading
Influences
  • Abdulla Shah Qadri
Influenced

Tajuddin Muhammad Badruddin (January 27, 1861 – August 17, 1925), also known as Tajuddin Baba, was an Indian Sufi master who is considered as the Qutb.[1] His shrine is in Nagpur, India.[2]

Birth[edit]

Tajuddin Baba was born in 1861 (1277 AH) to the family of Imam Hassan, being a tenth-generation descendant of the founder of the world Sufi Naqshbandi order, Baha-ud-Din Naqshband Bukhari, and a 22nd-generation descendant of the eleventh imam, Hasan al-Askari.[3][4][5][6] Baba's forefathers had migrated from Mecca and settled down in Madras, India. His father was an employee in military.[7]

Early life[edit]

Baba Tajuddin was orphaned at a young age and raised by his maternal grandmother and uncle Abdul Rahman. He attended a madrasah in Kamthi, Nagpur.[8] There he met Abdulla Shah Naushahi .[9]

Abdullah Shah Hussaini Qadri Shuttari Sahib who was a Majzoob Salik[clarification needed] saint from Qadri Shuttari Sufi order commented (about Baba) to his teacher that "There is no need of teaching this boy, he is already a learned person." He also gave young Tajuddin Baba some dried fruits and nuts as his blessings for Baba, which is said to put the young boy into an ongoing spiritual trance-like state. Baba completed his education and studied Urdu, English, Arabic and Persian.[10]

Names and titles[edit]

Shahenshah-E-Hafte AKlim ,Shahenshah-E-Wilayat, Tajul Auliya , Tajul Millat-e-Waddin , Taj Mohiyuddin Taj Moinuddin , Charag-E-Deen

References[edit]

  1. ^ Taji, Zaheen Shah: Tajul Auliya, Volume II, Taj Publication, 1971, p. 221
  2. ^ Kalchuri, Bhau: Meher Prabhu: Lord Meher, Volume One, Manifestation, Inc., 1986, p. 46
  3. ^ "Maqolalar". 3 August 2017. Archived from the original on 3 August 2017. Retrieved 15 May 2021.
  4. ^ "Tasavvuf Ahli". 3 August 2017. Archived from the original on 3 August 2017. Retrieved 15 May 2021.
  5. ^ Taji, Taj (5 February 2012). "lineage". Retrieved 15 May 2021.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  6. ^ "Shajara-e-nasab lineages of descendants of Imam Hasan al-Askari r.a.-Shajara.org". Retrieved 29 June 2020.
  7. ^ Bharucha, Ruzbeh N. (1 April 2015). The Perfect Ones. Penguin UK.
  8. ^ Kalchuri, Bhau: Meher Prabhu: Lord Meher, Volume One, Manifestation, Inc., 1986, p. 47
  9. ^ Khurshid, Zahiruddin (28 June 2013). From Kamptee to Dallas: One Information Professional's Journey Across Cultural Boundaries (India, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, and United States). ISBN 978-1-4836-3724-2.
  10. ^ Taji, Zaheen Shah (1956). Tajul Auliya (2nd ed.). Karachi: Taj Company. p. 43.

Successor[edit]

Syed Gaus Mohd Yusuf Shah Taji

External Link[edit]

https://hazratbabatajuddinkhuddamdargahtrust.business.site" Hazrat baba tajuddin khuddam dargah trust