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Monday, July 18, 2005

Silsila of Naqshbandi-Haqqani

Bismillahi 'r-rahmani 'r-raheem


The Golden Chain of the Spiritual Transmission
of the Naqshabandi Khwajagan Masters



1. The Holy Prophet Muhammad Mustafa (Peace be upon him)
2. Abu Bakr as-Siddiq (ral)
3. Salman al Farsi (ral)
4. Al-Imam Qasim bin Muhammad bin Abu Bakr as-Siddiq (ral)
5. Al-Imam Ja'far as-Sadiq (ral)
6 Abu Yazid al Bistami (ral)
7. Abul Hasan al Kharqani (ral)
8. Abu Ali al Farmadi (ral)
9. Yusuf al Hamdani (ral)
10. Abul Abbas (Khidr, upon whom be peace)
11. Abdul Khaliq al-Ghujadawani (ral)
12. Arif Righwari (ral)
13. Mahmud al Faghnawi (ral)
14. Ali Ramitani (ral)
15. Muhammad Baba Sammasi (ral)
16. Seyyid Amir Kullal (ral)
17. Qutub at Tariqah Shah Bahauddin Naqshband al Uwaysi al Bukhari (ral)
18. Alauddin Muhammad al Attar (ral)
19. Ya'qub al Charkhy (ral)
20. Ubeydullah al Ahrar as-Samarqandi (ral)
21. Muhammad az Zahid (ral)
22. Dervish Muhammad al Bukhari (ral)
23. Hajegi Emkeneki as Samarqandi (ral)
24. Muhammad al Baqibillah as Samarqandi (ral)
25. Mujaddid al Alf ath Thani Imam Rabbani Ahmad Faruq as Sirhindi (ral)
26. Urwat ul Wuthqa Muhammad Ma'sum ar Rabbani (ral)
27. Haji Sayfuddin ar Rabbani (ral)
28. Nur Muhammad al Badwani (ral)
29. Habibullah Mizra Jan i Janan al Mazhar (ral)
30. Ghulam Ali Abdullah ad Dehlawi (ral)
31. Ziyauddin Abu Naasan Muhammad Khalid al Baghidadi ash Shami (ral)
32. Sheikh Ismail an Narani (ral)
33. Khas Muhammad Shirwani (ral)
34. Sheikh Muhammad Yaraghi (ral)
35. Sayyid Jamaluddin al Ghumuqi al-Husseini (ral)
36. Abu Ahmed as Sughuri (ral)
37. Abu Muhammad al Madani (ral)
38. Sayyid Sharafuddin ad Daghistani (ral)
39. Sheik Abdullah Faiz ad Daghistani (ral)
40. Sheikh Muhammad Nazim Adil al Haqqani al Qubrusi (qsa)

5 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I Love Naqshbandi Silsilah

29 July 2011 at 07:04:00 GMT+10  
Blogger Ubaid Owaisi said...

33

10 June 2015 at 04:15:00 GMT+10  
Blogger Ubaid Owaisi said...

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10 June 2015 at 04:17:00 GMT+10  
Anonymous Azim said...

Very interesting...in contradistinction to every other Sufi Order on Earth, Hazreti Ali is omitted. It used to be said that the Naqshbandi silsila ran through both Abu Bakr and Hazreti Ali...we see that even this has been dropped. It explains a great deal about the Haqqani Naqshbandi `take` on Islam and mysticism.
A quick look at the silsilas given elsewhere here...Naqshbandi, Mujaddedi, Chishti, Shadhili and Qadiri.: Ru`fai' and Inayat Khan`s group) will confirm this bizarre silsila of the Naqshbandi, which personally I find extremely dubious, in that I very much wonder what Khwaja Bauhaddin Naqshbandi would make of this in the Order founded in his name since he shared the same silsila of the Khwajagan as Khwaja Ahmet Yesevi, the 4th in the line of the silsila, which of course highlights the descent from Hazreti Ali....he was actually taught by Yesevi teachers, though he is later and junior in the Khwajagan line to other groups like the Bektashi who have direct connection with Khwaja Ahmet Yesevi through two lines.
So one wonders what this seeming evasiveness signifies...a political accomodation with Sunni Orthodoxy? It can hardly be maintained that figures in the Naqshbandi silsila like Hazrat Imam Jafar as-Sadiq (the 6th Imam) and Hazrat Sheikh Abu-Yazid Tayfur Bistami (Bayazid al Bistami)did not directly descend from Hazreti Ali either.

25 January 2016 at 05:09:00 GMT+11  
Blogger Iqbal Amjad said...

i love silsala naqashband

18 October 2016 at 21:57:00 GMT+11  

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