Posted by: Ahl-e Muhabba | April 19, 2006

Silsilah-e Latifiyiah

A’udhu billahi min ash-shaytan ir-rajim
Bismi’llah-hir rahman ir-rahim

Alhamdulillahi Rabbil ‘alameen, wa’salatu wa’salamu ‘ala rasulihi sayyiduna Muhammadin wasilati-ţalibina wa’ala alihi wa sahbihi a’immatis-salikin.

Amma ba’du

Following is the noble silsilāh in ‘iIm-e Tasawwuf, showing the spiritual link of the Masters of Wisdom, which has been preserved and passed on to their spiritual heirs in an unbroken chain.

The noble chain contains three Ţariqāhs within it, Alhamdulillah!
{Ţariqāh-e Naqshbandiyah wa Mujaddidiyah wa Muhammadiyah}

In the name of ALlah, we begin:

1. Jubdatul ‘Arifin, Shaykhul Qurra wa’l Mufas’irin, Hazrat Mawlānā wa Murshidina Muhammad ‘Abdul Latif Chouduri Sahib Qiblah Fultali as-Sylheti ‘Adamallahu Ta’ala Furujahu, he received the noble way from:

2. Qutbul Awliyah, Hazrat Mawlānā Abu Yusuf Shah Muhammad Ya’qub Sahib Qiblah Badarpuri Rahmatullahi ‘alaihi, who received it from:

3. Qudwatul ‘Ulama wa’l ‘Urafa, Hazrat Mawlānā Hafiz Ahmad Junpuri Quddisa Sirruhul ‘Aziz, who received it from his noble father:

4. Qudwatul ‘Ulama, Jubdatul Muhaddithin wa’l Mufas’irin, Hazrat Mawlānā wa Murshidina Karamat ‘Ali Junpuri Rahmatullahi ‘alaihi, who received it from:

5. Jubdatul ‘Arifin, Qudwatus-Salikin, Amir-ul-Muminin, Shahid-e Balakot, Hazrat Mawlānā wa Murshidina Sayyid Ahmad Berelwi Rahmatullahi ‘alaihi, the illustrious founder of Ţariqāh-e Muhammadiyah, who received it from:

6. Qudwatul ‘Ulama wa’l Muhaddithin, Wa’rithul Ambiyah wa’l Mursalin, Hujjatu’llahi ‘Alal ‘Alameen, Hazrat Mawlānā wa Murshidina, Shah ‘Abdul ‘Aziz Dehlawi Rahmatullahi ‘alaihi, who received it from his illustrious father:

7. Qutubul ‘Arifin, Imam-ul Hind, Rayisul Muhaddithin wa’l Mufas’irin, Hazrat Shah Wali Allah Dehlawi Rahmatullahi ‘alaihi, who received it from his noble father:

8. Hazrat Shah ‘Abdur Rahim, Muhaddith-e Dehlawi Rahmatullahi ‘alaihi, who received it from:

9. Hazrat Sayyid ‘Abdullah Akbarabadi Rahmatullahi ‘alaihi, who received it from:

10. Hazrat Mawlānā Sayyid Adam bin Nuri Rahmatullahi ‘alaihi, who received it from:

11. Imam ar-Rabbani, Makhdum-e-Zamani, Mujaddid-e-Alf Thani, Hazrat Shaykh Ahmad Farouq as-Sirhindi Rahmatullahi ‘alaihi, the illustrious founder of Ţariqāh-e-Mujaddidiyah, who received it from:

12. Hazrat Khwāja Baqi Billah Rahmatullahi ‘alaihi, who received it from:

13. Hazrat Khwāja Amkangi Rahmatullahi ‘alaihi, who received it from:

14. Hazrat Mawlānā Darwish Muhammad Rahmatullahi ‘alaihi, who received it from:

15. Hazrat Mawlānā Muhammad Zahid Rahmatullahi ‘alaihi, who received it from:

16. Hazrat Khwāja ‘Ubaidu’llāh Ahrar Ţashkandī Rahmatullahi ‘alaihi, who received it from:

17. Hazrat Mawlānā Ya’qub Charkhi Rahmatullahi ‘alaihi, who received it from:

18. Imam-ush Shar’iat wa’Ţariqāt Hazrat Khwāja Shah Baha ad-Din Naqshbandi al-Bukhari, Rahmatullahi ‘alaihi, the illustrious founder of Ţariqāh-e Naqshbandiyah, who received it from:

19. Hazrat Khwāja Muhammad Baba Sammasi Rahmatullahi ‘alaihi, who received it from:

20. Hazrat Khwāja ‘Ali Ramatani Rahmatullahi ‘alaihi, who received it from:

21. Hazrat Khwāja Mahmudul Khair Faghnawi Rahmatullahi ‘alaihi, who received it from:

22. Hazrat Khwāja ‘Arif Riwgiri Rahmatullahi ‘alaihi, who received it from:

23. Khwāja-e-Khwājigan, Hazrat ‘Abdul Khaliq Ghujdawani Rahmatullahi ‘alaihi, who received it from:

24. Hazrat Khwāja Yusuf Hamadani Rahmatullahi ‘alaihi, who received it from:

25. Hazrat Khwāja Abu ‘Ali Farmadhi Rahmatullahi ‘alaihi, who received it from:

26. Imam Abū-l-Qāsim al-Qushayri Rahmatullahi ‘alaihi, who received it from:

27. Hazrat Shaykh Abu ‘Ali Daqqaq Rahmatullahi ‘alaihi, who received it from:

28. Hazrat Shaykh Abū-l-Qāsim Nasirabadhi Rahmatullahi ‘alaihi, who received it from:

29. Hazrat Shaykh Abu Bakr Shibli Rahmatullahi ‘alaihi, who received it from:

30. Sayyidut Ţayyifah Hazrat Imam Junaid al-Baghdadi Rahmatullahi ‘alaihi, who received it from:

31. Hazrat Shaykh Abu-l-Hasan Sari al-Saqati Rahmatullahi ‘alaihi, who received it from:

32. Hazrat Shaykh Maruf al-Kharqi Rahmatullahi ‘alaihi, who received it from:

33. Hazrat Imam ‘Ali ar-Rida Rahmatullahi ‘alaihi, who received it from:

34. Hazrat Imam Musa Kāsim Rahmatullahi ‘alaihi, who received it from:

35. Hazrat Imam Ja’far Sādiq Rahmatullahi ‘alaihi, who received it from:

36. Rayisul Fuqaha wa’Ţabiyyin Hazrat Imam al-Qāsim ibn Muhammad Rahmatullahi ‘alaihi, who received it from:

37. Sahabi-e Rasulillah Salla’Llahu ‘Alayhi wa Sallam, Sayyidina wa Mawlānā Salman al-Farsi RadiALlahu Ta’ala ‘Anhu, who received it from:

38. Amir-ul-Muminin, Sayyidul Wa’sileen, Afdalul Khulafa-e-Rashidin, Hazrat Sayyidina wa Mawlānā Abu Bakr as-Siddiq RadiALlahu Ta’ala ‘Anhu, who received the knowledge of the Divine from the beloved:

39. Sayyidul Ambiyyah wa’l Mursalin, Mahbub-e Rabbil ‘Alameen, Imam-ul Muttaqin, Muhammad Mustafa Ahmad Mujtaba Salla’Llahu Ta’ala ‘Alayhi wa Alihi wa Sahbihi wa Barakah wa Sallam, the unlettered Prophet, who was taught by none other then ALlah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala.

Wa Salla’Llahu ‘Ala Sayyidina wa Mawlānā Muhammadin wa ‘Ala Alihi wa Sahbihi wa Awliyâi wa Ahlus Sunnatihi wa Ummatihi Ajma’in, bi Rahmatika ya Arhamar Rahimin, Amin.

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Responses

  1. Assalamu Alaikum,

    The adaab of ahlus sunnah is to put our AKA alaihis salaam at the top ie. number one and then mention all the intermediaries until the current shaykh is the last on the list ie. at the bottom.

    it is a wahabi trait to start with oneself and put AKA alaihis salaam at the bottom.

    wassalaam,

  2. JazakAllah for your valuable comment ya sayyidi.

    Sidi, you point out that it is a ‘wahhabi’ trait to have the blessed name of our beloved Master Salla’Llahu ‘Alayhi wa Sallam at the ‘bottom’.

    Although I accept your point with grace, I would however like to point out that it is in actual fact a continuation of a Sufi chain. In fact the name of Allah is actually at the very ‘bottom’. Surely, this must be even ‘worse’?

    Ya sayyidi, with out coming across as ‘preachy’, I would like to draw your attention to the following link:

    The Sanad of AlaHazrat

    As you can clearly see sidi, the author who wrote this article also puts the name of our Master Salla’Llahu ‘Alayhi wa Sallam at the very ‘bottom’!

    ‘Wahhabi’ trait also? No?

    Ma’salam sidi, remember this sinner in your du’as.


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