NIZAMI BANSARI URDU BOOK
The book was translated into Persian by Khwaja Hasan Nizami 80 years ago and then into Urdu. An interesting and informative read about life of Hazrat. Read Book Nizami Bansari by Khwaja Hasan Nizami on Rekhta Urdu books library. Navigate to next page by clicking on the book or click the arrows for. Nizami Bansri. byRaj Kumar Har Dew. Publication date Topics Nizam ud Din Auliya. Collectionopensource. LanguageUrdu.
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He built his Khanqah here, a place where people from all walks of life were fed, where he imparted spiritual education to others and he had his own quarters.
Before long, the Khanqah became a place thronged with all kinds of people, rich and poor alike. He died on the morning of 3 April His shrine, the Nizamuddin Dargah , is located in Delhi.
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Key beliefs[ edit ] Besides believing in the traditional Sufi ideas of embracing God within this life as he was opposed to the idea that such partial merger with God is possible only after death , by destroying the ego and cleansing the soul, and that this is possible through considerable efforts involving Sufi practices, Nizamuddin also expanded and practised the unique features introduced by past saints of the Chisti Sufi order in India.
These included: Emphasis on renunciation and having complete trust in God. The unity of mankind and shunning distinctions based on social, economic and religious status. Helping the needy, feeding the hungry and being sympathetic to the oppressed. Strong disapproval of mixing with the Sultans, the princes and the nobles.
Nizami Bansari / نظامی بنسری
Exhortation in making close contact with the poor and the downtrodden Adopting an uncompromising attitude towards all forms of political and social oppression. A bold stance in favour of Sema , which some considered unislamic. Perhaps this was with the view that this was in consonance with the role of music in some modes of Hindu worship, could serve as a basis of contact with local people and would facilitate mutual adjustments between the two communities.
Nizamuddin did not much bother about the theoretical aspects of Sufism, believing rather that it were the practical aspects that counted, as it was anyway not possible to describe the diversified mystical experiences called spiritual states or stations which a practicing Sufi encountered. He discouraged the demonstration of Keramat and emphasised that it was obligatory for the Auliya which roughly means the friends of God to hide the ability of Keramat from the commoners.
He also was quite generous in accepting disciples. Usually whoever came to him saying that he wanted to become a disciple was granted that favour. This resulted in him being always surrounded by people from all strata of society.
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He formalized as official policy the custom of Moinuddin Chishti of accepting, initiating, and training students of all faiths without asking a conversion to Islam. Ancestral history[ edit ] Like many saints before him, Nizamuddin Aulia traced his lineage from the family of Muhammad.
He narrates to his disciples that he never felt the same after hearing or even meeting any other Sufi. The love kept increasing like a burning fire. If his classmates would like to have some work out of him they used to invoke the name of Baba Farid, and he never refused anything asked in his name. He didn't feel the same for anyone else in his entire lifetime. He became his disciple after completing his studies at the age of He visited him thrice in his lifetime.
Students[ edit ] He had more than khalifas a khalifa is a disciple who is given the authority to take his own disciples and thus propagate the spiritual lineage who continued his lineage all over the world. Some of his most famous disciples are: Nasiruddin Chiragh Dehlavi [ edit ] He was the spiritual successor of Nizamuddin Auliya.
Amir Khusrow [ edit ] He was the most loved disciple of his master. He died within a few months of his master's death. He was buried at the feet of his master.
He along with his father-in-law Qazi Sultan Zulqarni build Rohtak fort. Burhanuddin Gharib [ edit ] He is also amongst the earliest disciples of Nizamuddin Auliya and lived with the master until his death.
After the death of Nizamuddin Auliya, he went to the Deccan , and the place where he lived became famous thereby. His shrine is in Khuldabad in Maharashtra.
He ran the Langar khana of Nizamuddin Auliya. He went to the Deccan with Burhanuddin Gharib with palki, and became famous by the name of Bhandari. His Grand family is living in Aurangabad Maharashtra. And they are conducting Urs shareef every year continuously.
He ran the Langar khana of Nizamuddin Auliya. After the death of Nizamuddin Auliya, he went to the Deccan with Burhanuddin Gharib, and became famous by the name of Bhandari. His shrine is in Fatehabad in the Aurangabad district of Maharashtra.
Syed Mahmood Kashkinakar He holds a very special position among those who follows chishti Sufi. He is believed to be alive in the invisible world even after his death in the visible world. There are miracles in the literature of the Chisti order which are attributed to this.
Ajan Fakir Ansari Quotations The wilayat domain of gnosis and faith can suffer decay. The wilayat of compassion can not.
The love of Auliya saints is stronger than their reason. The lock of spiritual perfection has very many keys. All those keys are to be possessed. If one does not open it, others can.
He who has knowledge, reason, and love, is deserving to become a caliph of the Sufi sheikhs. So long as is possible, give relief to your heart, because the heart of a good Muslim is the palace of the manifestations of Allah. Descendants Nizamuddin Auliya did not marry. However he had one brother named Jamaluddin.
He told him, "your descendants will be my descendants". Jamaluddin had one son named Ibrahim. He was nurtured by Nizamuddin Auliya after Jamaluddin's death. Ala-ul-Haq Pandwi married his sister-in-law to Ibrahim. He was married to the daughter of Alaul Haq Pandavi.
His shrine is in Chandpura, Bihar Sharif , Bihar. He spread Chisti Nizami order all over Northern India.
Ijaza of his Silsila order is present in all the existing khanqahs of Bihar. His descendants still reside in Bihar Sharif and can be found in many parts of the world.
Nizamuddin Auliya did not marry. Still the descendents of Khwaja Muhammad Imam are the caretakers of dargah sharif. He had hundreds of disciples khalifa who had Ijaza khilafat from him to spread the order.
Branches Nizamuddin Auliya was an unparalleled Sufi of his time amongst all the existing Sufi orders of that time. Many of his contemporaries were doubtless very powerful spiritual leaders, but he was the most famous of all. In his career of approximately 70 years as a Sufi he saw the reign of seven rulers of the Delhi sultanate.
The kings were very loyal to him and respectful of him.Brill, , Delhi: Lauh-e Mahfuz Urdu Library, Nizami's principal biographer, Mulla Wahidi, writes that he had over five hundred books on an amazing variety of subjects to his credit quoted in Naqvi, The Hindu temple of Somnath was destroyed by his troops, therefore this juxtaposition evokes one of the most painful clashes between Muslim and Hindu identities and disparate readings of shared historical experience.
These two themes are not discussed separately or in any strictly coherent fashion. Students[ edit ] He had more than khalifas a khalifa is a disciple who is given the authority to take his own disciples and thus propagate the spiritual lineage who continued his lineage all over the world.
Still the descendents of Khwaja Muhammad Imam are the caretakers of dargah sharif.