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Books shelved as tasawwuf: Purification of the Heart: Signs, Symptoms and Cures of the Spiritual Diseases of the Heart by Imam al-Mawlud, الحِكم العطائية. TASAVVUFTA MASLAHAT VE MAKÂSID DÜŞÜNCESİ -Gazzâlî raudone.info The theory of Ġazzālī “Maḳāṣid al-Sharīʿa” is found especially in his works Shifāʾ. Junayd al-Baghdadi, a famous Sufi master, defines Tasawwuf as a . books. What had been memorized and practiced was recorded and arranged on paper.

After the period, he again went to Hazrat Abul Barakat who attended to the cleansing of heart and physical exercise. He ordered him to go to Muhammad Mizdiqani. Travels Travelling is very essential in mystical life. Under the orders of his teacher Mahmud Mizdiqani, he set out on journey and spent better part of it in it. Ghulam Sarvar writes about his travels. Sheikh Mahmud Mizdiqani Said, "Travel about the world, meet the saints, draw benefits from them as much as you can.

During these journeys he saw the Islamic and other countries and met the holy men there. The ruler of Kashmir became the follower of Mir Syed Hasan Samnani and because of the Kings concurrence he entered Kashmir with a large following. The King and heir apparent, Qutub Uddin, received him warmly.

At that time the Kashmir ruler was on war with Firoz Tughlaq and because of his efforts the parties came to terms. Shah Hamdan started the propagation movement of the Islam in Kashmir in an organized manner.

The Kashmiri Muslims were unaware of the Deeni spirit before his arrival there. The reason being, the people, who had initiated the Movement, were saintly by nature and carried a deep influence of the Hinduism and the Buddhism.

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In-spite of having been turned Muslims they still observed many local rites and practices. Shah Hamdan did not stay in the valley permanently but visited on various occasions. First during the reign of Sultan Shahab Uddin in Hijri he came, stayed for six months and left it.

Second, he visited in Hijri when Qutub Uddin was the ruler, stayed for a year and tried to extend the Movement to every nook and corner of Kashmir, returned to Turkistan via Ladakh in Hijri. Third, he visited in , with the intention to stay for a longer period but had to return earlier owing to illness.

During his travels he met one thousand and four hundred saints and made numerous followers. The valley of Kashmir was fortunate for he decided to make it the center of his activities. Prior to him the Yogis propagated Islam and Rishis on whom the local effects ruled strongly than the pristine Islamic spirit.

The intrinsic had over powered the Shairah. His greatest contribution was that he synchronized the intrinsic with the Shairah. The Kashmiris in-spite of being Muslims believed in many un-Islamic rites, practices and beliefs.

The King and heir apparent, Qutub Uddin, received him warmly. At that time the Kashmir ruler was on war with Firoz Tughlaq and because of his efforts the parties came to terms. Shah Hamdan started the propagation movement of the Islam in Kashmir in an organized manner.

The Kashmiri Muslims were unaware of the Deeni spirit before his arrival there. The reason being, the people, who had initiated the Movement, were saintly by nature and carried a deep influence of the Hinduism and the Buddhism. In-spite of having been turned Muslims they still observed many local rites and practices. Shah Hamdan did not stay in the valley permanently but visited on various occasions.

First during the reign of Sultan Shahab Uddin in Hijri he came, stayed for six months and left it. Second, he visited in Hijri when Qutub Uddin was the ruler, stayed for a year and tried to extend the Movement to every nook and corner of Kashmir, returned to Turkistan via Ladakh in Hijri.

Third, he visited in , with the intention to stay for a longer period but had to return earlier owing to illness. During his travels he met one thousand and four hundred saints and made numerous followers.

The valley of Kashmir was fortunate for he decided to make it the center of his activities. Prior to him the Yogis propagated Islam and Rishis on whom the local effects ruled strongly than the pristine Islamic spirit. The intrinsic had over powered the Shairah. His greatest contribution was that he synchronized the intrinsic with the Shairah. The Kashmiris in-spite of being Muslims believed in many un-Islamic rites, practices and beliefs. Syed Ali Hamdani spent twenty years of his life in his native land and engaged in the spiritual training of his followers, preaching, counseling, and religious discourses.

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Shah Hamadan was a Multi-dimensional personality. He was a social reformer besides being a preacher. Among the seven hundred followers, who accompanied him to Kashmir, were men of arts and crafts who flourished here? They popularized Shawl-making, cloth-weaving, pottery and calligraphy. Allama Iqbal admits that because of Shah Hamadan the wonderful arts and crafts turned Kashmir into a mini Iran and brought about a revolution in the thinking process of the people.

Shah Hamadan's greatest contribution was the character building of the people to liberate them from the fear of the new system and their love for the older one. He imbibed true awakening and taught the Shairah. The Kashmiri people still had some of the Hindu beliefs; visited the temples and revered the Brahmins.

The rulers wore Hindu dresses, and observed practices Un-Islamic in nature.

On his instructions the rulers abandoned Un-Islamic dress and took to long cloaks similar to the ones wore by the Turkish rulers. Orders of the Shairah were made popular and people were inspired to learn more about Islam.

For purpose of building the character of the Muslims he practiced truthfulness and fearlessness. He even scolded the contemporary rulers on their Un-Islamic activities.

Sultan Qutub Uddin had two real sisters as wives.

He reprimanded him and asked to divorce one of them. He obeyed. He made Islamic teachings known to the people in Kashmir, improved their beliefs, made efforts for the building of their character and laid down a fool-proof system for the propagation of the Islam. Shah Hamadan's efforts reached far and wide and benefited a large number of people.

The number of his followers was large. A few to mention were: The present paper is an attempt to highlight the role of Darul Ulum Deoband in the development of an important religious science-Fiqh. The role played by Deobandi scholars and the institutions and academies established by these scholars in this regard will also be discussed.

Sunan Bonang dan Suluk Wujil. Chapter Six of the Polished Mirror: Oneworld, It begins the book's second half, "Sufism," and is the first five chapters on that It begins the book's second half, "Sufism," and is the first five chapters on that topic. The first half and first five chapters are on the topic of "Islamic Philosophy.

Islamic philosophy and Sufism evolved as distinct yet interpenetrating strands of Islamic thought and practice. Despite differences, they have shared a concern with the perfection of the soul through the development of character.

In The Polished Mirror, Cyrus Ali Zargar studies the ways in which, through teaching and storytelling, pre-modern Muslims lived, negotiated, and cultivated virtues.

Examining the writings of philosophers, ascetics, poets, and saints, he locates virtue ethics within a dynamic moral tradition. Book Review - Symbol of Divine Light: Ads help cover our server costs.

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Remember me on this computer. Enter the email address you signed up with and we'll email you a reset link. Need an account? Click here to sign up.Compiler, Hasan, in the Tar-eekh-e-Hasan mentions the date of expiry in the Persian couplet, which means: The great Syed Sirdar Ali Hamadan went to the paradise to take rest.

He also describes the definition, scope, rules and ranks of this theory in these works. The Kashmiri people still had some of the Hindu beliefs; visited the temples and revered the Brahmins.

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He declined. Mawlana Sayyid Abdus-Salam Haswi d. The reason being, the people, who had initiated the Movement, were saintly by nature and carried a deep influence of the Hinduism and the Buddhism.

Rate this item 1 2 3 4 5 4 votes. Shah Hamadan, besides being a mystic saint and an effective preacher, was a man of letters and wrote about a hundred pamphlets in Arabic and Persian: Digitized by the University of Kashmir.

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