Kumpulan Hikmah Pancalaku (763)

PART SEVEN HUNDRED SIXTY THREE

 

Hikmah #7621

“Mawlana Khaalid Baghdadi,

Muhammad Effendi Yaraghi,

and Jamal’uddin al-Ghumuqi

were not only the holders of

Naqshbandi secrets but also

of the Qadiriyya secrets and

so were also Shaykh Ahmad

Khatib as-Sambas and Kholil

Musyaffa’, who was student

of Kholil Bangkalani al-Jawi.”

~ Wiyoso Hadi ( 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #7622

“Hudawwud is not a Naqshbandi

nor a Qadiri, yet he received also

their secrets thru a wali mastur

or hidden saint KyaiHaji Ahmad

without taking bayat to him but

only by looking at his face then.”

~ Yos Wiyoso Hadi ( 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #7623

“The face of KH Ahmad reminds

one of the face of Muhammad

Kholil Musyaffa’ al-Bangkalani,

a devotee of Shaykhuna Kholil

al-Bangkalani al-Jawi as-Shafi’i.”

~ Yos Wiyoso Hadi ( 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #7624

“Look with pure love only for the

sake of Allah Swt. to Hudawwud

Kasanpuro III, and may you also

receive the secrets of 12 tariqa

just like how Muhammad Nuuh

Ibrahim Yusuf Sulayman Harun

Musa Iysa Hudawwud received

the secrets of Qadiri-Tayfuriya-

Naqshbandiyya-Anfasiyyah thru

looking physically at the face of

Ahmad whose age is beyond 99.”

~ Yos Wiyoso Hadi ( 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #7625

“Siddiqiyya, Makrufiyya, Junaydiyya,

Ghazaliyya, Tayfuriya, Hamadaniya,

Yasawiya, Kubrawiyya, Naqshbandi,

Uwaysiya, Qadiriyya, and Anfasiyya

secrets are blended in one through

Kyai Haji Ahmad al-Mastur through

Hudawwud Huwaduud Kasanpuro.”

~ Yos Hadi ( Moharram 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #7626

“Some hidden saints who support

Hudawwud behind the scenes are

very skillful master in Qadiriya wa

Naqshband ways including hidden

saint of God, KH Ahmad al-Mastur.”

~ Yos Hadi (Moharram 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #7627

“The Qadiriya divine secrets of the

Qadiri-Naqshbandi line flow thru:

1. Muhammad (saws)

2. Ali Ibn Abi Thalib

3. Al-Hassan

4. Al-Hussayn

5. Ali Zaynal Abidin

6. Muhammad al-Baqir

7. Ja’far as-Sadiq

8. Musa al-Kazim

9. Ali ar-Rida

10. Ma’ruf al-Karkhi

11. Sari Saqati

12. Junayd al-Baghdadi

13. Abu Bakr Shibli

14. Abdul Aziz Yemeni Tamimi

15. Abdul Wahid Yemeni Tamini

16. Muhammad Yusuf Tartusi

17. Abu’l Hasan Hankari

18. Abu Sa’id Makhzumi

19. Abdul Qadir al-Jilani (1077-1166)

20. Abdul Aziz Shamsuddin (1128-1189)

21. Muhammad al-Hattak Jilani

22. Shamsuddin ibn Al-Hattak

23. Sharafuddin ibn Shamsuddin

24. Zaynuddin ibn Sharafuddin (died 1573)

25. Waliyuddin ibn Zaynuddin (died 1618)

26. Nuruddin ibn Waliyuddin (died 1675)

27. Hishamuddin ibn Nuruddin (died 1749)

28. Yahya Qadiri-Azizi

29. Abu Bakrin Qadiri-Azizi

30. Abdurrahim Qadiri-Azizi

31. ‘Uthman Qadiri-Azizi

32. Abdul Fattah Qadiri-Azizi

33. Muhammad Murad Qadiri-Azizi

34. Shamsuddin Qadiri-Azizi

35. AHMAD KHATIB SAMBAS

36. Kholil al-Bangkalani

37. Musyaffa’ Bangkalani

38. Ahmad al-Mastur (the Hidden)

39. Hudawwud Huwaduud.”

~ Wiyoso Hadi (1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #7628

“The Naqshbandi divine secrets of

Qadiri-Naqshbandi line flow thru:

1. Muhammad (saws)

2. Abu Bakr Siddiq (573-634)

3. Salman al-Farsi (died 656)

4. Abdullah Ibn Abbas (619-687)

5. Qasim bin Muhammad bin Abu Bakr (660-728)

6. Jafar as-Sadiq (702-765)

7. Musa al-Kazim (745-799)

8. Ali ar-Rida (766-818)

9. Abu Yazid al-Bistami (804-877/78)

10. Muhammad al-Maghribi (864-)

11. Abu Yazid al-‘Ishqi Iraqi (917-)

12. Abul Mudhaffar at-Turk at-Tusi (938-)

13. Abul Hasan ‘Ali al-Kharqani (963-1033)

14. Abul Qasim al-Gurgani (990-1058)

15. Abu ‘Ali al-Farmadi (1042-1117)

16. Yusuf al-Hamadani (1048-1141)

17. ‘Abdul Khaliq al-Ghujdawani (died 1179)

18. ‘Arif ar-Riwakri (1156-1219)

19. Mahmud Anjir al-Faghnawi (-1315)

20. ‘Ali ar-Ramitani (1198-1321)

21. Muhammad Baba as-Samasi (-1354)

22. Amir Kulal (1278-1370)

23. Bahauddin Shah Naqshband (1317-1389)

24. Ala’uddin al-Attar al-Bukhari (1338-1402)

25. Yaqub al-Jarkhi (1361-1447)

26. Ubaydullah al-Ahrar (1404-1490)

27. Muhammad Zahid (1448-1529)

28. Darwish Muhammad (died-1562)

29. Muhammad Amkanaki (1513-1600)

30. Muhammad Baqi bilLah (1565-1603)

31. Ahmad al-Faruqi Sirhindi (1564-1624)

32. Muhammad Masum (1599-1668)

33. Sayfuddin Faruqi (1640-1685)

34. Hafiz Muhammad Muhsin

35. Nur Muhammed Badayuni (died 1723)

36. Jan-e Janaan Mazhar (1700-1781)

37. Shah Abdullah Ghulam Ali (1743-1824)

38. Abu Sa’id Faruqi al-Ahmadi (1782-1834)

39. Ahmad Sa’id al-Faruqi (died 1860)

40. Muhammad Jan al-Makki (1802-1850)

41. Khalil Hilmi al-Makki

42. M Haqqi al-Nazizi (died 1884)

43. AHMAD KHATIB SAMBAS (died 1878)

44. Kholil al-Bangkalani (died 1925)

45. Musyaffa’ Bangkalani (1860-1951)

46. Ahmad al-Mastur (1918- )

47. Hudawwud Huwaduud (1975- ).”

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

 

Hikmah #7629

“Hudawwud is much beloved by

deceased awliya Allah because

he states the chain of heavenly

transmission full and unbroken

without need to take bay’at to

Qadiri nor Naqshbandi master.”

~ Yos Wiyoso Hadi (1395AH – )

 

“O mankind, indeed We have created you from male and female and made you peoples and tribes that you may know one another. Indeed, the most noble of you in the sight of Allah is the most righteous of you. Indeed, Allah is Knowing and Acquainted.”

( Surat Al-Hujurat verse 13 )

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