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Title:Sufi Dahaml
Duration:03:58
Viewed:105
Published:31-03-2019
Source:Youtube

Abdūl-Khāliq Ghujdawanī. Abdūl-Qādir Gilanī (1077–1166)[3][4] Abdul Razzaq Jilani Abūl-Khāyr Abu al-Abbas al-Mursi Abul Hasan Hankari Afaq Khoja Ahamed Mohiyudheen Noorishah Jeelani Ahmad Ghazālī Ahmad al-Tijani (1737–1815) Ahmadou Bamba Xadimou Rassoul Ahmed Yasavī Ak Shāms ūd-Dīn Akhundzada Saif-ur-Rahman Mubarak Al-AjamAli i Al-Aydarus Al-Badawi Al-Ghazālī Al-Hallaj Ali Hujwiri (990-1077)[5] Ali Mahimi (1372–1431)[6] Al-Hashmi (1260–1349) Ali Shah Pir Baba (1431-1502)[7] Ali-Shir Nava'i Al-Khārāqānī Al-Qāsim Al-Qayṣarī Al-Qunawī Al-Qushayri Al-Tirmidhī Alauddin Sabir Kaliyari (1196–1291)[8] Amīr Khusrow (1253–1325)[9] Amīr Kulal Ansarī Ardabilī Ajan Fakir Abd al-Karīm al-Jīlī Auliya (1238–1325)[10] Azan Pir (17th century)[11] Bābā Eliyās Bābā Fakr ūd-Dīn (1169–1295)[12] Baba Kuhi of Shiraz (948 - 1037 CE) Baba Shadi Shaheed (17th century) Badr ūd-Dīn Bāhā ūd-Dīn Naqshband Balım Sultan Baha-ud-din Zakariya (1170–1267)[13] Bande Nawāz (1321–1422)[14] Bākuvī Bāqī Billāh (1564–1605)[15] Bawa Muhaiyaddeen Bayazid-i Bastamī Ben Issa Bhita'ī (1689–1752) Bibi Jamal Khatun (d. 1639)[16] Bu Ali Shah Qalandar (1209–1324)[17] Bursevî Bulleh Shah (1680–1757) Chirag-e-Delhi (1274–1356)[18] Dara Shikoh (1615–1659)[19] Daud Bandagi Kirmani (1513–1575)[20] Dawud al-Ta’i Dildar Hussain Shah Qadri Qalandar (2015) known by Dildar Piya Oliya Dehlawī Ghulam Ali Dihlawi Shah Waliullah Dehlawi (1703–1762) El-Desoukî Erzurumī Farid al-Din Attar Farīd ūd-Dīn Ganjshakar (1188–1280)[21] Fuzûlî Gharīb Nawāz (1141–1230)[22] Ghulam Farīd Ghousi Shah Gül Baba Hāfez-e Shīrāzī Haji Huud (1025–1141)[23] Hajji Bayram Hajji Bektash Haddad Hamedānī Abū Yāqub Yusūf Mir Sayyid Ali Hamadani (1314–1384)[24] Hansvī Harabatī Baba Harooni Hujwirī Iraqī (1213–1289)[25] Ibn Adham Ibn ʿArabī Ibn Ata Allah al Iskandari ash Shadhili Imam Al Fassi Ismail Hakki Bursevi Jabir ibn Hayyan Ja'far al-Sadiq Jahanara Begum Sahib (1614–1681)[19] Jahaniyan Jahangasht (1308–1384) Jamī Jan-e-Jānāān (1699–1781) Jaunpurī Jazoulī Jilani Dehlvi (1024-1088) Jilī Junayd Baġdādī Khâlid-i Baghdâdî Kākī Kaliyarī Karkhī Khan Jahan Ali (d. 1459) Lal Shahbaz Qalander (1177–1274)[26] Machiliwale Shah Magtymguly Pyragy Maharvī (1730–1791) Mahmoodullah Shah Mahmud Hüdayī Mir Ahmed Ibrahim Ash Shadhili Mir Amjad Ibrahim Ash Shadhili Mian Mir (1550–1635)[27] Mir Sayyid Ali Hamadani Mir Shams-ud-din Mohammad Tartusi Moinuddin Chishti Mubarak Makhzoomi (1013-1119)[28] Muhammad Al-Makki Muhammad ibn Tayfour Sajawandi Muqaddam Mustafa Gaibi Nāimī Nājm ūd-Dīn Kubrā Nasīmī Nasir Khusraw Nasreddin Nathar Vali Ni'matullāh Wali Nizamuddin Auliya Omar Khayyám Osman Fazli Otman Baba Pir Baba Pir Sultan Qahistanī Qutb ūd-Dīn Haydār Qutb ūd-Dīn Shīrāzī Qutbuddin Bakhtiar Kaki (1173–1235)[29] Rabbānī (ca. 1564-1624)[30] Rabia Basri Rāzī Fakhr ad-Dīn Najm al-Dīn Rifa'ī Rukn-e-Alam (1251–1335)[31] Rumi Saadī Sabakhī Sachal Sarmast (1739-1827) Sahl al-Tustari Salim Chishti (1478–1572)[32] Salman al-Farisī Sanai Sarı Saltuk Sarmad Kashani (d. 1661)[33] Saint Nurī Semnanī (1308–1405)[34] Shadhilī Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai (1689-1752) Shah Badakhshi (1584–1661)[35] Shah Gardez (1026–1152)[36] Shah Jalal (1271–1347)[37] Shah Hussain (1538–1599)[38] Shah Paran (14th century)[39] Shah Sagora Shah(15th century) Shamas Faqir Shāms-i Tabrizī Sheikh Edebali Syed Abdus Salam Ibrahim ash Shadhili Sheikh Gālib Shiblī Soch Kraal Suhrawardī Abū Hāfs Umar Abū'n-Najīb Abdūl-Qādir Suhrawardī Shahāb al-Dīn al-Maqtul Sharfuddin Shah Wilayat (1255-1346) Shaykh Syed Mir Mirak Andrabi ( 921A.H - 990 A.H) Sirri Saqti Sultan Bahu (1628–1691) Sultan Walad Surkh Bukharī (1192–1291)[40] Taşlıcalı Yahyâ Telli Baba Waris ali shah Yahya Efendi Yahya Maneri (1263–1381)[41] Yemeni Tamimi Abdul Aziz bin Hars bin Asad Yemeni Tamimi Abu Al Fazal Abdul Wahid Yemeni Tamimi Yunus Ali Enayetpuri Yunus Emre Youza Asouph Zahed Gilanī Zarruq Zū'l-Nūn al-Misrī Ala Hazrat Peer Syed Ghulam Jilaani Shah Qalandar al maroof Sarkar Jilaan Badshah “Dhamal is God casting the shadow of beauty upon us,” uncle says with wide eyes and a dramatic flourish of his hands. where he meditated,used to be seven floors high. A Mughal princess who used to lived nearby came and complained to the Sufi that his disciples invaded her privacy.They say that the building collapsed over him while he was medicating inside. His followers ran to save him but he ordered them to leave him buried inside the rubble as he wished to die in meditation. I really admire this pious man because he stood against Emperor Akbar when he



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