Kumpulan Hikmah Pancalaku (764)

PART SEVEN HUNDRED SIXTY FOUR

 

Hikmah #7630

“Due to very heavy spiritual duty,

Abdul Qadir al-Jilani could finally

get married at the age of 51 year

in accordance with Hijri calendar.”

~ Yos Wiyoso Hadi  ( 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #7631

“At 51, Abdul Qadir Jilani married

four saintly wives who all of them

were so devoted to him: Madina,

Sadiqa, Mu’minah and Mahbuba.”

~ Yos Wiyoso Hadi ( 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #7632

“From those wonderful marriages,

Abdul Qadir Jilani begat 49 saintly

children, 27 handsome pious sons

and 22 graceful decent daughters.”

~ Yos Hadi (Moharram 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #7633

“12 of his sons became big awliya:

1. Abdul Wahab Sayfuddin (1127-1196)

2. Isa Sharfuddin (died 1178 in Egypt)

3. Abdul Razzaq Tajuddin (1135-1207)

4. Abdul Aziz Shamsuddin (1138-1205)

5. Abdul Jabbar Sirajuddin (died 1186)

6. Abdullah al-Jilani (died 1193)

7. Abdurrahman Jilani (died 1191)

8. Abu Nassir Musa al-Jilani

9. Muhammad Jilani (died 1204)

10. Ibrahim al-Jilani (died 1196)

11. Musa al-Jilani (1141-1221)

12. Yahya al-Jilani (1155-1204).”

~ Wiyoso Hadi ( 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #7634

“It is from Abdul Aziz Shamsuddin

spiritual golden chain that makes

Muhammad Nuuh Ibrahim Yusuf

Sulayman Harun Musa Yahya Isa

Yos Hadi Hudawwud Huwaduud

receives Qadiri heavenly secrets

 

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 (died 1338)

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 #7635

“A great Qadiri master was also the

Naqshbandi master Shah Abdullah

Ghulam Ali ad-Dehlavi Naqshband.”

~ Yos Hadi ( Moharram 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #7636

“Ghulam Ali Dehlavi Naqshband

had over 31 deputies including:

1. Abu Sa’id Faruqi Dehlavi (1782-1834)

2. Ahmed Sa’id Faruqi Madani (1802-1860)

3. Rauf Ahmed Raaft Faruqi (Bhopal, India)

4. Khalid al-Baghdadi al-Kurdi (d. 1826)

5. Ghulam Mohiuddin Qusoori (1787-1854)

6. Mirza Abdul Ghafoor Khorjawi (Khorja)

7. Abdul Rahman Jalandhari (died 1846)

8. Bisharat-Allah Behra’ichi (oone of the main Khulafa)

9. Karam-Allah Muhaddith (Delhi, India)

10. Abdul Rahman Shahjahanpuri (India)

11. Mir Talib Ali Abdul Ghaffar (died 1867, Makkah)

12. Ismaeel Madani (Madina al-Munawwara, Saudi Arabia)

13. Raheem-Allah Beg alias Muhammad Durwesh Azimabadi

14. Akhund Sher Muhammad (died in Multan while going for Hajj)

15. Shaykhul-Haram Muhammad Jan (died 22 December 1850).”

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

 

Hikmah #7637

“It is from the first deputy and also

first spiritual heir in line of Ghulam

Ali ad-Dehlavi Naqshband, which is

Abu Sa’id Faruqi al-Ahmadi Dehlavi

who is the descendant of Umar bin

Khattab Al-Faruqi, it is through his

Naqshbandi Golden Spiritual chain

that makes Hudawwud Huwaduud

receives Naqshband divine secrets

 

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. Abdullah Ghulam Ali (1743-1824)

38. Abu Sa’id al-Ahmadi (1782-1834)

39. Ahmad Sa’id (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 Hadi ( Moharram 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #7638

“Ahmad Khatib Sambas

had four main deputies:

1. Nawawi al-Bantani

2. Kholil al-Bangkalani

3. Abdul Karim Bantani

4. Talhah Cirebon.”

~ Wiyoso Hadi

 

Hikmah #7639

“Kholil al-Bangkalani himself is a

descendant of twelve Walisongo

1. Sunan Ampel

2. Sunan Ngudung

3. Sunan Kudus

4. Sunan Giri

5. Sunan Gunungjati

6. Sunan Drajat

7. Sunan Pakuan

8. Sunan Sedayu

9. Sunan Cendana

10. Sunan Giri II

11. Sunan Giri III

12. Sunan Banten.”

~ Yos Wiyoso Hadi (Moharram, 1395H – )

 

Hikmah #7640

“Reciting Hudawwud Hudawwud

Huwaduud Hu Allah is like being

absolutely spiritually connected

with all those saintly ones from

the time of Muhammad (saws.)

until Hudawwud Kasanpuro III.”

~ Yos Wiyoso Hadi (1395AH – )

 

“And never think of those who have been killed in the cause of Allah as dead. Rather, they are (spiritually) alive with their Lord, receiving (spiritual ethereal) provision.”

( Surat Aa’li I’mraan verse 169 )

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