Sayyid Wilayat Shah Hamdani

Hadrat Sayyid Wilāyat Shāh Hamdānī Bilāwalī was one of the blessed deputies of Khwāja Muhammad Sirāj ad-Dīn Naqshbandī Mujaddidī of Mūsā Zaī Sharīf, Pakistan.

He lived in village Danda Shāh Bilāwal, established by one of his pious great-grandfathers. He was a direct descendant of the Holy Prophet sallAllāhu ʻalayhi wasallam and a relative of Sayyid Laʻl Shāh Hamdānī.

Not much is known about him, except some oral traditions about him in his family. He had two sons and four daughters. His eldest son Sayyid Muhammad ʻĀrif (d.1984) was his khalīfa and successor, and did not have any children. His younger son Sayyid Ghulām Rabbānī was a murīd of his elder brother. One of his pious daughters is still living.

Sayyid Ghulām Rabbānī Hamdānī had two sons and two daughters. His sons are: Sayyid Hāmid ʻAlī Shāh and Sayyid Haibat ʻAlī Shāh.

Hadrat Sayyid Wilāyat Shāh spread the noble Naqshbandī Order in areas near Multān, Pakistan.

References

  1. Family history
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