Kumpulan Hikmah Pancalaku (697)



Hikmah #6961

“Mawlana Malik Ibrahim was born in

Kashan into a highly educated family

who obeyed Shafii school of law and

related to the Kubrawiya Sufi master

Mir Sayyid ‘Ali Shafi’i from Hamadan.”

~ Yos Hadi (Moharram 5, 1395AH – )


Hikmah #6962

“Mawlana Malik Ibrahim Kashan was the

foreigner advisor to Sultan Bayezid I and

his son Mehmed Celebi of the Ottomans.”

~ Wiyoso Hadi ( Moharram 1395AH – )


Hikmah #6963

“Mawlana Malik Ibrahim was appointed

by Mehmed I Celebi to lead a delegation

consisting of nine experts to Java which

would be known as the first Walisongo

generation by the next ten generations.”

~ Wiyoso Hadi ( Moharram 1395AH – )


“Say (O Muhammad): ‘This is my way: I call (people) to God with insight, I and those who follow me.'”

( Surat Yusuf verse 108 )


Hikmah #6964

“Hudawwud Huwaduud is also known as

Kasanpuro III. Kasan-puro means either

the fortress of Hasan or “Related to the

City (Pura) of Kashan” the birthplace of

Shaykh Mawlana Malik Ibrahim Kashan.”

~ Yos Wiyoso Hadi (Moharram 5, 1395AH – )


Hikmah #6965

“Not all Walisongo are mentioned in

the Kasanpuro Chain but only seven.”

~ Yos Hadi ( Moharram 1395AH – )


Hikmah #6966

“Mawlana Malik Ibrahim was an expert in

government affairs and not an ustadz or

scholar in religion, nor a grandshaykh of

an established tariqa/spiritual order, yet

he was respected, beloved and followed

by many people from all social classes to

learn from him about Sufism in Islam and

so is also peaceful Hudawwud Huwaduud.”

~ Wiyoso Hadi ( Moharram 5, 1395AH – )


“We raise in degrees whom We will, but over every possessor of knowledge is one [more] knowing.”

( Surat Yusuf verse 76 )


Hikmah #6967

“The charm of Mawlana Malik Ibrahim

is inherited by Hudawwud Kasanpuro.”

~ Yos Hadi ( Moharram 5, 1395AH – )


Hikmah #6968

“Mawlana Malik Ibrahim Kashan and

Nur Wasilah Hudawwud Huwaduud

Kasanpuro III are spiritually one and

so remarkably reflecting each other.”

~ Yos Hadi ( Moharram 1395AH – )


Hikmah #6969

“Sending a delegation to Java was not

the idea from Sultan Bayezid nor from

his 4th son Mehmed Celebi but it was

from Mawlana Malik Ibrahim Kashan.”

~ Yos Hadi ( Moharram 5, 1395AH – )


Hikmah #6970

“After Sultan Bayezid was defeated in

the battle of Ankara by Timurids and

then passed away (1403) in captivity

in Samarqand, Malik Ibrahim Kashan

suggested the fourth son of Bayezid,

Mehmed Celebi to officially appoint

him to manage a delegation to Java,

so that with that official assignment

it would be easier for Malik Ibrahim

Kashan to be welcomed in the inner

circle of the Majapahit Royal family.”

~ Yos Hadi ( Moharram 1395AH – )


“And We did not send any messenger except [speaking] in the mother language of his people to state clearly for them, and Allah sends astray [thereby] whom He wills and guides whom He wills. And He is the Exalted in Might, the Wise.”

( Surat ‘Ibrahim verse 4 )

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