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Naqshbandi

Naqshbandi (Naqshbandiyya) is one of four major Sufi orders (tariqa) of Islam. It claims to have begun with Abu Bakr a constant companion of Prophet Muhammad and father-in-law, whereas most other turuq (Chishtia, Suhrawardiyya and Qadiriyyah) trace their lineage from the Prophet Muhammad through Ali ibn Abu Talib.

The word Naqshbandi نقشبندی is Persian, taken from the name of the founder of the order, Baha-ud-Din Naqshband Bukhari. Some have said that the translation means "related to the image-maker," some also consider it to mean "Pattern Maker" rather than "image maker," and interpret "Naqshbandi" to mean "Reformer of Patterns", and others consider it to mean "Way of the Chain" or "Golden Chain. Naqshbandi (Naqshbandiyya) is one of four major Sufi orders (tariqa) of Islam. It claims to have begun with Abu Bakr a constant companion of Prophet Muhammad and father-in-law, whereas most other turuq (Chishtia, Suhrawardiyya and Qadiriyyah) trace their lineage from the Prophet Muhammad through Ali ibn Abu Talib.

The word Naqshbandi نقشبندی is Persian, taken from the name of the founder of the order, Baha-ud-Din Naqshband Bukhari. Some have said that the translation means "related to the image-maker," some also consider it to mean "Pattern Maker" rather than "image maker," and interpret "Naqshbandi" to mean "Reformer of Patterns", and others consider it to mean "Way of the Chain" or "Golden Chain."

Contents
1 Spiritual lineage of Bahauddin Naqshbandi
2 THE GOLDEN CHAIN (SHIJRAH) OF NAQSHBANDIYA MUJADDADIYA MUJARRADIYA
3 Mujaddidiya branch
4 Owaisiya branch
5 Owaisiya Chain of Transmission
6 Some famous Naqshbandis
7 Further reading
8 External links
8.1 Owaisi
8.2 Haqqani
8.3 Safy



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Spiritual lineage of Bahauddin Naqshbandi
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THE GOLDEN CHAIN (SHIJRAH) OF NAQSHBANDIYA MUJADDADIYA MUJARRADIYA

01. Prophet Huzoor Muhammad-ur-Rasoolullah s.a. (d. 12 Rabbiyul Awwal 11AH) - Medina

02. Hadhrat Abu Bakr Siddique r.a. (d. 22 Jama'dil A'lhar 13AH) - Medina

03. Hadhrat Salman the Persian r.a. (d. 10 Rajjab 35AH) - Madain

04. Hadhrat Imaam Qasim bin Muhammad bin Abu Bakr r.a. (d. 24 Jama'dil( Awwal/A'khar) 107AH) - Medina

05. Hadhrat Imaam Ja'far al-Sadiq r.a. (d. 15 Rajjab Murajjab 148AH) - Medina

06. Hadhrat Bayazid Bastami r.a. (d. 14/17 Sha'ba'n 261AH) - Bastam

07. Hadhrat Abul Hassan Khurqaani r.a. (d. 15 Ramda'n 425AH) - Khurqan

08. Hadhrat Abu Ali Farmadi r.a. (d. 4 Rabbiyul Awwal 477AH) - Mashad

09. Hadhrat Yusuf Hamdani r.a. (d. 27 Rajjab 535AH) - Turkistan

10. Hadhrat Abdul Khaliq Gajadwani r.a. (d. 12 Rabbiyul Awwal 575AH) - Bukhara

11. Hadhrat Muhammad Arif Riogri r.a. (d. 1 Shawwa'l 615AH) - Tajikistan

12. Hadhrat Mehmood Injir Faghnavi r.a. (d. 17 Rabbiyul Awwal 715AH) - Bukhara

13. Hadhrat Azizane Ali Raamitni r.a. (d. 718/721AH) - Bukhara

14. Hadhrat Muhammad Baba Samasi r.a. (d. 755AH) - Bukhara

15. Hadhrat Sayyed Amir Kulaal r.a. (d. 772AH) - Bukhara

16. Hadhrat Sayyed Bahauddin Naqshband r.a. (d. 2 Rajab al-Murajjab, 791AH) - Qasr-e-Aarifan (Bukhara)

17. Hadhrat Alaa'uddin Attaar r.a. (d. 20 Rajab 802AH) - Jafaaniyan (Mawralnahar)

18. Hadhrat Ya'qoob Charkhi r.a. (d. 5 Safar, 851AH) - Charkh (Bukhara)

19. Hadhrat Ubeydullah Ahraar r.a. (d. 20/29 Rabi al-Awwal, 895AH) - Samarqand (Mawralnahar)

20. Hadhrat Muhammad Zaahid r.a. (d. 1 Rabi al-Awwal, 936AH) - Wakhsh (Malk Hasaar)

21. Hadhrat Darwesh Muhammad r.a. (d. 19 Muharram, 970AH) - Samarqand (Mawralnahar)

22. Hadhrat Muhammad Waaqif Akangi r.a. (d. 21/22 Sha'baan, 1008AH) - Akang (Bukhara)

23. Hadhrat Khwaja Baaqi Billaah r.a. (d. 25 Jumaad al-Aakhar, 1012AH) - Delhi (India)

24. Huzoor Imam Rabbani,Mujaddid Alf Thani, Hadhrat Shaykh Ahmad Farooqui Sarhandi r.a. (d. 28 Safar, 1034AH) - Sarhand (India)

25. Hadhrat Muhammad Ma'soom Farooqui r.a. (d. 9 Rabi al-Awwal, 1079AH) - Sarhand (India)

26. Hadhrat Sayfuddeen Bin Ma'soom Farooqui r.a. (d. 19 Jumad al-Oola, 10951096AH) - Sarhand (India)

27. Hadhrat Noor Muhammad Badyooni r.a. (d. 11 Dhul Qa'dah, 1135AH) - Dehli (India)

28. Hadhrat Mirza Mazhar Jaan-I-Jaanan r.a. (d. 10 Muharram, 1195AH) - Khanqah Mazharia Dehli(India)

29. Hadhrat Abdullah Shah Naimullah r.a. (d. 22 Safar, 1240AH) - Behraich U.P.(India)

30. Hadhrat Mawla'na Muradullah r.a. (d. Dhul Qa'dah, 1248AH) - Lakhnow U.P.(India)

31. Hadhrat Sayyed Abul Hasan Sa'eed r.a. (d. Sha'ba'n, 1272) - Rai Bareli U.P.(India)

32. Hadhrat Niya'z Ali Shah r.a. (d. 2 Dhul Qa'dah, 1310AH) - Rai Bareli U.P.(India)

33. Hadhrat Sufi Wazeer r.a. (d. 1 Jama'dil Awwal, 1319AH) - Kasrawad Khargone M.P.(India)

34. Hadhrat Al-Haaj Abdullah r.a. (d. 6 Jama'dil Awwal, 13--AH) - Patkalyana, Samalkha, Karnaal, Haryaana,(India)

35. Hadhrat Shah Khairuddin Makhdoom Mujarrad r.a. (d. 12 Rabiyul Awwal, 1325AH) - Chopda, Jalgaon, Maharastra (India)

36. Hadhrat Al-Haaj Abdur Rehman Shah Sailaani r.a. (d. 22 Dhul Qa'dha 1326 AH) - Sailaani Gaon, 10 Miles From Chikli, Bultthana, Maharastra (India)

37. Hadhrat Mohd. Masoom Armaan r.a. (d. 5 Dhul Qa'dha 1378 AH) - Kasa'r Kheda, Balapur, Akola, Maharastra (India)

38. Hadhrat Shah Sharfuddin Abdul Gafoor Abda'l r.a. (d. 22 Safar 13-- AH) - Kasali Muhalla, Motipura, Amalner, Maharastra (India)

39. Hadhrat Mohd. Ainuddin A'rif Ali r.a. (d. 16 Sawwa'l 1410 AH) - Kasa'r Kheda, Balapur, Akola, Maharastra (India)

40. Hadhrat Salimuddin Mohd. Sa'dique Armaani (Present Sajjadah Nashin) - Near Fort, Balapur, Akola, Maharastra (India)

41. Hadhrat Muhammad Malang Masoom Naqshbandi (Present Jaanashin & Sajjadah Nashin, Founder of D N F) - Darba'r-Ul-Naqshbandiya Foundation. #12, S. K. Kapadiya Estate, Parsiwadi, Chirag Nagar, Ghatkopar (W) Mumbai-86.Maharastra (India). mmmnaqshbandi@gmail.com & mmm_naqshbandi@yahoo.co.in

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Mujaddidiya branch
Mujaddidiya is the successor lineage of Naqshbandi Sufi Order named after Mujaddid Alif Thani (Sheikh Ahmad Sirhindi, Sirhind, India).

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Owaisiya branch
Naqshbandi Order has another famous branch called Naqshbandia Owaisiah Order. The method of spiritual instruction is quite close to Mujaddidya branch. However there are two main differences. First Naqshbandia Owaisiah order uses the "Pas Infas" method of zikr. Secondly, the method of spiritual instruction is "Owaisee", which means that the Shaikh can impart spiritual instruction regardless of physical distance and even difference of time period. Seekers of Naqshbandia Owaisiah can obtain spiritual blessing from their Shaikh regardless of their location in the world. Owaisiah connection is also useful in obtaining spiritual blessings from Sufies of the Past. Naqshbandia Owaisiah Order is based in Pakistan and its modern founder was Shaikh Allah Yar Khan (R.A). Current shaikh is Ameer Muhammad Akram Awan (R.A).

Owaisiya Chain of Transmission
1. Hazrat Muhammad S.A.W

2. Hazrat Abu Bakr Siddique Razi Allah Anho

3. Hazrat Imam Hasan Basri R.A

4. Hazrat Daud Tai R.A

5. Hazrat Junaid Baghdadi R.A

6. Hazrat Khwaja Ubaid Ullah Ahraar R.A

7. Hazrat Abdul Rahman Jami R.A

8. Hazrat Abu Ayub Muhammad Saleh R.A

9. Hazrat Khwaja Allah Din Madni R.A

10. Hazrat Maulana Abdul Raheem R.A

11. Hazrat Maulana Allah Yar Khan R.A

12. Hazrat Ameer Muhammad Akram Awan (Present)

(Address : DARUL IRFAN, MUNARAH , DISTRICT CHAKWAL , PAKISTAN)

Some famous Naqshbandis
Imam Rabbani,Mujaddid Alf Thani, Hadhrat Shaykh Ahmad Farooqui Sarhandi
Bayazid Bastami
Khwaja Mir Dard
Imam Shamil
Jami
Shaykh Nazim al-Qubrusi

Further reading
Seyyed Hossein Nasr (2003). Classical Islam And The Naqshbandi Sufi Tradition, Islamic Supreme Council of America. ISBN 1930409109.
Dina Legall (2005). A Culture of Sufism: Naqshbandis in the Ottoman World, 1450-1700, State University of New York Press. ISBN 0791462455.
Arthur F. Buehler (1998). Sufi Heirs of the Prophet: The Indian Naqshbandiyya and the Rise of the Mediating Sufi Shaykh, University of South Carolina Press. ISBN 1570032017.
Anna Zelkina (2000). In Quest for God and Freedom: The Sufi Response to the Russian Advance in the North Caucasus, New York University Press. ISBN 0814796958.

From Wikipedia,sufims.blogspot

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