Friday, December 14, 2012

A Ghazipuri Sufi ...Hazrat Shah Junaid Qadri r.a.

                       Dargah of  Hazrat Shah Junaid Ahmad Qadri peer R.A.
The biggest and the oldest building of Ghazipur city, is Tomb of Hazarat Shah Junaid Ahmad Qadri peer R.A. He is ranked to a very high order among other Sufi saints and Auliahs in eastern Uttar Pradesh.
      Thousands and thousand of people participate in the ‘Urs’ 24 RAMZAN , celebrated here in memory of the Saint every year.
My reaserch work is based on Ghazipur History and sufism .On it,one of my book is TAZKERA E MASHAIEKH E GHAZIPUR.Here is accomplete work whats I hv written on the life and achievements of HAZRAT SHAH JUNAID USMANI QADRI R.A. PLZ see in pages of Tazkera ............................
Sufis represented the inner side of the Islamic creed, which stresses on self-realisation, beautification of the soul through piety, righteousness and universal love for all. The Sufis consider that there is a particular Divine Attribute that dominates the being of every prophet and saint, such that they can be said to be the incarnation of that attribute. All of the Prophets are manifestations of the Divine Unity and Perfection, but Prophet Muhammed is its supreme manifestation. The aim of Sufism is the cultivation of Perfect Beings who are mirrors reflecting the Divine Names and Attributes.
In Sufism, a perfect being is also called a Wali (saint), a word that literally means 'sincere friend'. All who have been prophets have also been saints. The superstructure of Sufism is built upon the concept of teacher, pir or murshid.

To be initiated into the Sufi cult one is required to have implicit faith in his teacher and consider his commands as divine and the path shown by him as the straightest. Sufism had succeeded in inculcating the sentiments of fraternity, equality and equity, coupled with sense of service to humanity, in the followers, irrespective of race, community, caste, creed and colour.

In the earlier stages, it emphasised only on the Love of God but later it also stressed on the need of the development of man with the purification of mind, through prayer and meditation. In India, Sufism helped in maintaining communal harmony and social stability by advocating religious tolerance and by borrowing spiritual techniques and practices from other religions, which were not against the principles of Islam and which were conducive to spiritual attainments. Sufism has adapted extensively from the Vedanta school of the Hindu philosophy.

The musical and ecstatic aspect of Sufism is called Sama. This is a particular kind of devotional dance akin to Kirtana and was introduced by Jalaluddin Rumi, the great and the celebrated founder of the Vedantic type of Sufism. The Sufi, while being spiritually enraptured, gives the attention of his or her heart to the Beloved. With particular movements and often special and rhythmical music, he engages in the selfless remembrance of God. In this state, the Sufi becomes unaware of everything but God. Sufisidentify two types of Sama poetry - first praising God (this is called Hamd), Prophet (this is called Naat) and the Sufi saints (this is called Manqabat) and the second focussing on spiritual emotion or mystical love, ecstatic states and on separation and union. The Sama poetry is mostly sung in the form of Qawwali. Music of Sama is set within metric framework, accompanied by Dholak, Tabla, Sarangi, Harmonium and Sitar.
Sufi Orders:
Abul Fazl gave a list of the Sufi orders in India, which comprises dozens of silsilahs. The prominent among these include the Chistiya, Qadriya, Naqsbandiya and the Suhrawardiya. The silsilahs were generally led by the Sufi saints who lived in Khanqahs or hospices along with their disciples.
The Qadriya Order:
This ascetic order of Sufism was instituted in 561 AH by Saiyid Abdul Qadir Al-Jilani, popularly known as Pir Dastagir, whose shrine is in Baghdad. It was introduced in India by Shah Niamatullah (d.1430 AD) and was later promoted in an organised manner by Syed Makhdum Muhammad Gilani (d.1517 AD). The Qadriyah Khanqahs are mostly located in western U.P.and eastern U.P.,especially Jaunpur and Ghazipur.The famous sufis Hazrat Shah Junaid Qadri and his son Hazrat Shah Abdullah Qadiri belong to this order.



  1. Sheikh-ul- Mashaiq Hazrat Syed Shah Mohammad Khalilullah Junaidi was among those whose efforts during the creation of Pakistan cannot be over looked. He belonged to the noble family of Hazrat Syed Shah Junaid Qadri (RA)Ghazi Puri in UP- India and Daira Hazrat Shah Mohammad Ajmal of Allahabad – India . With his knowledge, Khalilullah Junaidi continued to work even after partition in the fields of Urdu literature, English language and religion. In 2006 before leaving for Umrah, a session of mehfil-e-naat was arranged in his honor , in which Sabi- Rehmani dedicated him a special naat ? Dear Land of Medina, do have some space for me.? He was a religious poet and wrote many great Naats which became very famous among the masses.
    Hazrat Shah Khalilullah then left for Umrah during the Holy Month of Ramadan in 2006, where on the 21st of Ramadan he passed away in Medina. He was burried in Jannat-ul-Baqi, right below the grave of Hazrat Usman Ghani ( R.A) and Hazrat Halema Sadiya ( R.A)

    1. Subhanallah.... Hazrat can you plz give me shajrah e paak of Hazrat Junaid Baghdadi alairehma... I'll be very grateful to you 😊

  2. Assalam o Alaikum
    I m also belongs to his family and my grand father Hazrat Prof Syed Shah Faridul Haq RA was Pakistans top Polititian and Vice President of Jamiat Ulma E Pakistan