Deputies of Shah Ghulam Ali Dihlawi Naqshbandi Mujaddidi

Hadhrat Shah Abdullah alias Ghulam Ali Dehlavi Mujaddidi (1156-1240 AH), may Allah be pleased with him, had numerous Khulafa who preached Islam and propagated the Naqshbandi tariqah in various parts of the world, near and far. The total count is not known today, but many names are reported in various biographies and other writings. Here is a list of some of the names of his noble deputies.

  1. Hadhrat Hafiz Abu Saeed Faruqi Dehlavi (1196-1250 AH, Delhi, India)
  2. Hadhrat Shah Ahmed Saeed Faruqi Dehlavi Madani (1217-1277 AH, Delhi, died in Madina)
  3. Hadhrat Shah Rauf Ahmed Raaft Faruqi Mujaddidi (Bhopal, India)
  4. Hadhrat Mawlana Khalid al-Baghdadi al-Kurdi (d. 1242 AH, Middle East)
  5. Hadhrat Mawlana Ghulam Mohiuddin Qusoori (1202-1270 AH / 1787-1854 CE, Qusoor, Punjab)
  6. Hadhrat Mirza Abdul Ghafoor Khorjawi (Khorja)
  7. Hadhrat Shah Abdul Rahman Mujaddidi Jalandhari (d. 1258 AH in Sindh)
  8. Hadhrat Maulana Bisharat-Allah Behra’ichi (one of the main Khulafa)
  9. Hadhrat Maulana Karam-Allah Muhaddith (Delhi, India)
  10. Hadhrat Maulana Abdul Rahman Shahjahanpuri (Shahjahanpur, India)
  11. Hadhrat Mir Talib Ali, alias Maulana Abdul Ghaffar (d. 9 Shawwal 1283 AH / 1867 CE, Makkah)
  12. Hadhrat Sayyid Ismaeel Madani (Madina al-Munawwara, Saudi Arabia)
  13. Hadhrat Mirza Raheem-Allah Beg, alias Muhammad Durwesh Azimabadi
  14. Hadhrat Akhund Sher Muhammad (died in Multan while going for Hajj)
  15. Hadhrat Shaykh al-Haram Maulana Muhammad Jan (d. 16 Safar 1267 AH / 22 December 1850, Makkah)
  16. Hadhrat Sayyid Ahmed Kurdi
  17. Hadhrat Sayyid Abdullah Maghribi
  18. Hadhrat Maulana Pir Muhammad (Kashmir)
  19. Hadhrat Maulana Gul Muhammad (Ghazni, Afghanistan)
  20. Hadhrat Maulana Jan Muhammad Herati (Kandahar, Afghanistan)
  21. Hadhrat Maulana Muhammad Azeem (Maramain Sharifain, Saudi Arabia)
  22. Hadhrat Maulana Noor Muhammad
  23. Hadhrat Mirza Murad Beg (buried in Khanaqah Mazhariya, Delhi, India)
  24. Hadhrat Muhammad Munawwar Akbarabadi
  25. Hadhrat Muhammad Asghar (d. 1255 AH, buried in Khanaqah Mazhariya, Delhi, India)
  26. Hadhrat Mir Naqsh Ali (Lucknow, India)
  27. Hadhrat Ahmed Yar (buried in Khanaqah Mazhariya, Delhi, India)
  28. Hadhrat Qamadruddin (Peshawar)
  29. Hadhrat Muhammad Sher Khan (Afghanistan)
  30. Hadhrat Shaykh Jalil-ur-Rahman (buried in Khanaqah Mazhariya, Delhi, India)
  31. Hadhrat Shah Sa’dullah Naqshbandi, Hyderabad (India), d. 1854

Sources

Maqamat Mazhari, Urdu Translation and research by Muhammad Iqbal Mujaddidi

Various sources for the dates and places

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