Silsila Alia Naqshabndia Karamaia

 The Silsila Of Hazrat Abu Bakar Sidiq (RA)



سلسلہ عالیہ نقشبندیہ کرمیہ  

Silsila Alia Naqshbandia Karamaia                    سلسلہ عالیہ نقشبندیہ کرمیہ

Home Allah Swt Zikr Allah Swt Nabi Saw About Hazrat Dilber About Us Contact Us





Hazhrat Khwāja Abdul Ghaffār Fazalī Naqshbandi Mujaddidi (d. 1484 AH / 1964), popularly known as Pir Mitha, was the chief khalifa of Hadhrat Pir Fazal Ali Qureshi Naqshbandi who was the greatest Naqshbandi master in India in the early 20th century. Hadhrat Pīr Mitha brought the Naqshbandi tarīqa in Sindh and his tarīqa spread so fast and wide that today it is the most widespread and spiritually active sufi tarīqa in Sindh. The followers of Pīr Mitha call themselves Ghaffārī, a derivation from his first name Abd al-Ghaffār.

Hadhrat Pīr Mitha had more than a hundred deputies, most of whom were great shaykhs in Sindh, Punjab and other areas. They spread his Fayd (spiritual blessings) to many corners of the world, and today Ghaffārī’s are present in almost every country of the world










called as "DILBAR SAIN"

Hazrat was born on 25 October 1965 (CE) / Jumada Al-Akhira 29, 1385 AH, at a village called Khanpur in District Dadu, Sindh. He is the fourth number son of the the great spiritualist & religious scholar of his time ash-Shaykh Muhammad Illahy Bux Ghaffari Naqshbandi well known as “Mahboob-e Illahy” (Beloved of Allah) among his disciples & followers.Who was one of the greatest caliphs of Qutb-e Aalam Hazrat Pir Abdul Ghaffar Fazli Naqshbandi R.A., very well known as "PIR MITHA" a leading Naqshbandi Shaykh of his time.Hazrat Muhammad Karamullah Al Ansari’s lineage meets with the Companion of the Holy Prophet Hazrat Abu Ayub Ansari (May Allah be pleased with him) through forty personalities.He was educated from the young age in both the Islamic and secular sciences simultaneously. He completed his Classical Islamic Studies at the eminent Scholars of his time and achieved a deep understanding of the classical shari‘a sciences and Arabic & Persian languages & etc..                   

  Read More About Hazrat Dilber Sain DA




Naqshbandia Golden




(Naqshbandiyya) is one of the major Tasawwuf orders (tariqa) of Islam. The order is considered by some to be a "sober" order known for its silent dhikr (remembrance of God) rather than the vocalized forms of dhikr common in other orders.The Naqshbandi order is also notable as it is the only Sufi order that claims to trace its spiritual lineage ("silsilah") to Muhammad through Abu Bakr, the first caliph. In contrast, most other turuq trace their lineage to Ali ibn Abu Talib, Muhammad's cousin and son-in-law and fourth caliph.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."  The Naqshbandiya Tariqah is named after Hadrat Baha al-Din Naqshband (Radi Allahu Ta'ala anhu) (d. 791/1389)and  is a tariqah that is widely active throughout the world today. It is described as the 'Mother of all Tariqah's' by Shaykh Ahmad al-Faruqi al-Sirhindi (Rehmatullahi alaih)




 Google Search 



© Copyright by naqshbandia karamaia 2015. All Rights Reserved. / This website is owned and operated by naqshbandia karamaia

This Website Develope By Haji Mad