Sarwari Qadri Order

Sultan-ul-Arifeen Sultan Bahoo followed the ‘Sarwari Qadri order’. In almost all of his books he has declared himself ‘Qadri’ and has explained the excellence and spiritual beneficence of al-Ghawth al-Azam Shaikh Abdul Qadir Jilani from whom this order continues.

Sultan-ul-Arifeen Sultan Bahoo has discussed two off shoots of the Qadri way. One is Sarwari Qadri and the second one is Zahidi Qadri. He belonged to the former. Sultan Bahoo named Qadri order as ‘Sarwari Qadri’ after he took oath of allegiance directly at the hands of the Holy Prophet and got beneficence from Shaikh Abdul Qadir. Sultan Bahoo declares Sarwari Qadri way the actual and perfect Qadri way. This way flourished in the Subcontinent due to Sultan Bahoo. He says about the Qadri way that:

Kaleed-ul-Tauheed Kalan

Qadri order has two off shoots: One is Sarwari Qadri and the other is Zahidi Qadri. Sarwari Qadri spiritual guide has perfect command over contemplation of Ism-e-Allah Zaat. When he blesses the seeker with the spiritual education and Divine guidance through Ism-e-Allah Zaat, he grants him the status equal to his own on the very first day. The seeker becomes indifferent and independent of all needs, his attention remains focused only on the Truth. Hence, gold and soil become equal for him. On the contrary, the follower of Zahidi Qadri order has to devote at least twelve years to very hard mystic struggles, so much so that his stomach remains empty. After twelve years, he becomes eligible to be present before Shaikh Abdul Qadir Jilani and attains the status of a spiritually lost (majdhub) devotee, while the status of a Sarwari Qadri is that of a beloved devotee. (Kaleed-ul-Tauheed Kalan)

Ain-ul-Faqr

The Qadri way is dominant over time and space. There are two off-shoots of Qadri way: One is Zahidi Qadri and the other is Sarwari Qadri. What is the difference between the two? Sarwari Qadri is the mystic way that the Holy Prophet conferred upon me. He took my oath of allegiance (al-bayah) and commanded me to guide the men of Allah with spiritual courage. After blessing me with inward persuasion, he held my hand and entrusted me to Shaikh Abdul Qadir Jilani.

He also blessed me and ordered to give spiritual persuasion to people. By his grace, every seeker whom I guided thereafter, physically or spiritually, through the medium of Ism-e-Allah Zaat and Ism-e-Mohammad, was bestowed with the presence in the Mohammadan Assembly without any struggle or invocation. Then, there remained no veil between Allah and that seeker and he observed Ism-e-Allah Zaat wherever he looked. The Sarwari Qadri way is very beneficent and courageous.

In the other mystic ways, some seekers were burnt to death by the blaze of Ism-e-Allah Zaat, some could not bear the burden of Ism-e-Allah Zaat and retreated while some apostatized and were cursed. (Ain-ul-Faqr)

Mehak-ul-Faqr Kalan

Remember there are two kinds of Sarwari Qadri way. One is Zahidi Qadri in which the seeker appears to be doing hard mystic struggles, he strokes his heart with loud invocation, keeps check on his inciting innerself (nafs) by meditation, remains busy in supererogatory prayers, spends his nights in prayers and days in fasting but has no knowledge and vision of his esoteric self (batin). He just shows off to be having Divine experiences by his conversation.

The other way is Sarwari Qadri in which the perfect Fakir actually experiences the ecstatic states of Divine closeness, union and vision and can take his seekers to the Divine company and union and bless him with the status of truth of certainty (haq al-yaqin). Only such Sarwari Qadri Fakir is trustworthy because he is the killer of inciting innerself and the commander who steps forward boldly in the battlefield of Divine Truth. (Mehak-ul-Faqr Kalan)

Sarwari Qadri swears oath on the hands of the Holy Prophet

The name of Sarwari Qadri way is ‘Sarwari’ because it means to have oath of allegiance at the sacred hands of the Holy Prophet and ‘Qadri’ means to follow the path of Shaikh Abdul Qadir Jilani. Sultan-ul-Arifeen Sultan Bahoo said:

Sarwari Qadri is actually the one who swears allegiance upon the hands of Prophet Mohammad sall’Allahu alayhi wa’alihi wasallam. All the evils and immoral behaviors are removed from his self and is blessed with the Divine favour to adopt the way of sharia. (Mehak-ul-Faqr Kalan)

Some Sarwari Qadri have such elite status that they directly find the blessing of benevolence of Prophet Mohammad and then he hands them over to Shaikh Abdul Qadir Jilani, and he also blesses them in such a way that they are never separated from him even for a single moment. (Mehak-ul-Faqr Kalan)

Spiritual guide grants Ism-e-Allah Zaat

The Sarwari Qadri way is free from the pain of mystic struggles, forty day seclusions, practice of holding breath, complications of initial levels, invocation and meditation. Moreover there are not any apparent saintly dresses or styles in this way, as there are no superficial saintly manners like holding a stick or chaplet or wearing cloak and turban etc. The specialty of this way is that the perfect spiritual guide takes the seeker to the extreme limits on the very first day by giving him the king of invocations (Sultan-ul-Azkar), contemplation of Ism-e-Allah Zaat and practice of inscribing Ism-e-Allah Zaat on body with index finger. While the other ways do not have all these that is why Sultan Bahoo says that the initial level of Sarwri Qadri disciple is equal to the extreme level of disciples of other ways.

 

SARWARI QADRI CHAIN

  1. Prophet Mohammad
  2. Ali ibn Abi Talib
  3. Shaikh Hasan of Basra
  4. Shaikh Habib Ajmi
  5. Shaikh Dawud Tai
  6. Shaikh Maroof Karkhi
  7. Shaikh Sirri Saqti
  8. Shaikh Junayd of Baghdad
  9. Shaikh Jafar Abu Bakr Shibli
  10. Shaikh Abdul Aziz bin Hars bin Asad Tamimi
  11. Shaikh Abu-al-Fazal Abdul Wahid Tamimi
  12. Shaikh Mohammad Yousaf Abu-al-Farrah Tartusi
  13. Shaikh Abu Al-Hasan Ali Bin Mohammad Qureshi Hankari
  14. Shaikh Abu Saeed Mubarak Makhzoomi
  15. Al-Ghawth al-Azam Shaikh Abdul Qadir Jilani
  16. Shaikh Sayyid Abdul Razzaq Jilani
  17. Shaikh Sayyid Abdul Jabbar Jilani
  18. Shaikh Sayyid Mohammad Sadiq Yahya
  19. Shaikh Sayyid Najmuddin Burhan Puri
  20. Shaikh Sayyid Abdul Fattah
  21. Shaikh Sayyid Abdul Sattar
  22. Shaikh Sayyid Abdul Baqqa
  23. Shaikh Sayyid Abdul Jaleel
  24. Shaikh Sayyid Abdul Rehman Jilani Dehlvi
  25. Sultan-ul-Arifeen Sultan Bahoo
  26. Sultan-ul-Tarikeen Sultan Sayyid Mohammad Abdullah Shah Madni Jilani
  27. Sultan-ul-Sabireen Sultan Pir Mohammad Abdul Ghafoor Shah Hashmi Qureshi.
  28. Shahbaz-e-Arifaan Sultan Pir Sayyid Mohammad Bahadur Ali Shah Kazmi al-Mashhadi.
  29. Sultan-ul-Auliya Sultan Mohammad Abdul Aziz
  30. Sultan-ul-Faqr VI Sultan Mohammad Asghar Ali
  31. Sultan-ul-Ashiqeen Sultan Mohammad Najib-ur-Rehman

 

AFTER SULTAN-UL-ARIFEEN SULTAN BAHOO THE SARWARI QADRI ORDER CONTINUES AS FOLLOWS

Sultan-ul-Tarikeen Sultan Sayyid Mohammad Abdullah Shah Madni Jilani

Born in Madina on 29th Ramadan 1186 Hijri (24 Dec 1772). He was the great grandson of Sultan Bahoo’s spiritual guide Sayyid Abdul Rehman Jilani Dehlvi. He migrated to Pakistan (then India) at the orders of the Holy Prophet and got Divine Trust from Sultan Bahoo. Then he got settled in Ahmadpur East on 29th Ramadan 1241 Hijri (6 May 1826) and spread the bounty of Ism-e-Allah Zaat among common Muslims. He died on 29th Ramadan 1276 Hijri (20 April 1860). His shrine is in Ahmedpur East.

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Sultan-ul-Sabireen Sultan Pir Mohammad Abdul Ghafoor Shah Hashmi Qureshi

Born in Dera Ghazi Khan, Pakistan (then India) on 14th Dhul al-Hijjah 1242 Hijri (9th July 1827). Died on 10th Safar 1328 (21 Feb 1910). His shrine is in Mud Sharif Jhang, Pakistan.

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Shahbaz-e-Arifaan Sultan Pir Sayyid Mohammad Bahadur Ali Shah Kazmi al-Mashhadi

Born in Shorkot, Jhang Pakistan on 5th Rabi ath-thani 1216 Hijri (16th August 1801). Died on 14th Dhul al-Qadah 1352 Hijri (27th February 1934). His shrine is in Jhang Pakistan.

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Sultan-ul-Auliya Sultan Mohammad Abdul Aziz

Born on 12th Rabi al-awwal 1329 Hijri (12th March 1911) in Garh Maharaja, Jhang Pakistan. Died on 7th Jumada ath-thani 1401 Hijri (12th April 1981). His shrine is near the shrine of Sultan Bahoo in Jhang, Pakistan.

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Sultan-ul-Faqr VI Sultan Mohammad Asghar Ali

Born on 27th Ramadan 1366 Hijri (14th August 1947) in Garh Maharaja, Jhang Pakistan. He was the son of Sultan Abdul Aziz. He died on 2nd Dhul al-Qadah 1424 Hijri (26th Dec 2003). His shrine is on the right side of his father’s shrine in Jhang Pakistan.

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Sultan-ul-Ashiqeen Sultan Mohammad Najib-ur-Rehman

Born on 14 Safar 1379 Hijri (19th August 1959) in Chishtian, District Bahawalnagar, Pakistan.
He now adorns the throne of 31st spiritual guide of Sarwari Qadri.

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