Kumpulan Hikmah Pancalaku (775)

PART SEVEN HUNDRED SEVENTY FIVE

 

Hikmah #7741

“The Qadiri-Hudawwudiyya line with

its two intermediate branches: Azizi

and Razzaq is blessed through three

golden lineages of tariqa as follows:

 

1. Prophet Muhammad (s)

2. Ali ibn Abi Talib (601-661)

3. Hassan ibn Ali (624-675)

4. Hussayn ibn Ali (625-680)

5. Ali Zaynal Abidin (659-713)

6. Muhammad al-Baqir (677-733)

7. Ja’far as-Sadiq (702-765)

8. Musa al-Kazim (745-799)

9. Ali ar-Rida (765-818)

 

Tariqat Makrufiyya (1)

10. Ma’ruf ibn Fairuz al-Karkhi (750-815)

11. Abu’l Hasan al-Sirri Saqti (died 867)

 

Tariqat Junaydiyya (2)

12. Junayd al-Baghdadi Shafi’i (835-910)

13. Abu Bakr Shibli al-Maliki (861-946)

14. Abdul Aziz bin Haris bin Asad Tamimi

15. Abdul Wahid al-Tamimi (died 1034)

16. Muhammad Yusuf Tartusi (1016-1055)

17. Abu’l Hasan Ali Hankari (1018-1093)

18. Abu Said Makzumi (1013-1119)

 

Tariqat QADIRIYYA (3)

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

~ Yos Hadi ( Moharram 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #7742

“Abdul Qadir Jilani had 27 sons including:

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. Muhammad Jilani (died 1204)

9. Ibrahim al-Jilani (died 1196)

10. Musa al-Jilani (1141-1221)

11. Yahya al-Jilani (1155-1204).”

~ Wiyoso Hadi ( 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #7743

“Abdul Razzaq Tajuddin and

Abdul Aziz Shamsuddin are

much linked to Hudawwud.”

~ Wiyoso Hadi (1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #7744

“Qadri-Azizi Hudawwudiyya Branch

19. Abdul Qadir al-Jilani

20. Abdul Aziz Shamsuddin

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’ al-Bangkalani

38. Ahmad al-Mastur (the Hidden)

39. Hudawwud Kasanpuro (1975 – ).”

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

 

Hikmah #7745

“Razzaqi-Hudawwudiyya Branch

19. Abdul Qadir al-Jilani

20. Abdul Razzaq Tajuddin

21. Sharafuddin Qattal

22. Abdul Wahhab Qadri

23. Baha’uddin al-Qadri

24. Muhammad Aqeel

25. Shamsuddin Sehrai

26. Shah Gada Rahman

27. Shamsuddin Arif

28. Gada Rahman Sani

29. Shah Fuzail al-Qadri

30. Shah Kamal Kaithaly

31. Shah Sikandar Kaithaly

32. Ahmad al-Faruqi as-Sirhindi

33. Muhammad Ma’sum (1599-1668)

34. Sayfuddin al-Faruqi (1640-1685)

35. Hafiz Muhammad Muhsin

36. Nur Muhammed Badayuni (died 1723)

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

38. Abdullah Shah Ghulam Ali (1743-1824)

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

40. Ahmad Sa’id Faruqi Ahmadi (1802-1860)

41. Muhammad Mazhar Faruqi (1832-1883)

42. Muh. Salih Zawawi Makki (died 1924)

43. Kholil al-Bangkalani (1820-1925)

44. Musyaffa’ al-Bangkalani (1860-1951)

45. Ahmad al-Mastur Bangkalani (1918- )

46. Hudawwud Kasanpuro III (1975 – ).”

~ Yos Hadi (Moharram 5, 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #7746

“Abdul Qadir Jilani, Abdul Aziz Jilani,

and Abdul Razzaq Tajuddin al-Jilani,

are among the grandshaykh across

22 tariqat who inspire the heart of

chosen ones either thru dreams or

vision to follow Muhammad Nuuh

Ibrahim Yusuf Sulayman Musa Isa

Hudawwud Huwaduud Kasanpuro.”

~ Yos Hadi (Moharram 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #7747

“Besides linked with the other

21 tariqats, Hudawwud is also

spiritually connected with the

Shadhiliyyah thru the spiritual

link of Sunan Gunungjati, who

received that connection thru

his father Syarif Abdullah who

received it through Shadhiliya

grandshaykh Sayyid Taj’uddin

Abu-l ‘Abbas Ahmad Hadrami

al-Yamani who taught in Cairo.”

~ Yos Wiyoso Hadi (1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #7748

“The Shadhili-Hudawwudiyya line

is very blessed thru an unbroken

golden spiritual chain as follows:

 

1. Prophet Muhammad (s)

2. Ali Ibn Abi Talib (601-661)

3. Hassan ibn Ali (624-675)

4. Jabir Ibn Abdullah (died 697)

5. Sa’id al-Qutb al-Ghazwani

6. Abu Muhammad Fath Sa’ud

7. Sa’d al-Qutb Muhammadi

8. Abu Muhammad Sa’id

9. Abu’l Qasim Ahmad Marwani

10. Abu Ishaq Ibrahim al-Basri

11. Zayn’uddin Mahmud Qazwini

12. Shamsuddin Abi Muhammad

13. Muhammad Taj’ud-Din

14. Abu’l Hasan Ali Nuruddin

15. Fakhr ad-Din Muhammadi

16. Tuqayyuddin al-Fuqayyar

17. Abdurrahman al-Madani

18. Abdussalam Ibn Mashish

 

Tariqat SHADHILIYYA

19. Abu’l Hasan Shadhili (1196-1258)

20. Abu’l Abbas al-Musri (1219-1288)

21. Ibn Ata’illah Iskandari (1259-1309)

22. Dawud bin Makhila Bakhili (d. 1331)

23. Muhammad Wafa (b. 1302- d. 1363)

24. Ali bin Muhammad Wafa (1355-1404)

25. Yahya bin Wafa al-Qadiri (died 1453)

26. Tajuddin Ahmad Hadrami (died 1489)

27. Syarif Abdullah Mahmud (died 1478)

 

SUNAN GUNUNG JATI Line

28. Syarif Hidayatullah Sunan Gunungjati

29. Mawlana Hasanuddin Sunan Banten

30. Abdurrahman (son in law of S. Banten)

31. Sayyid Sulayman bin Abdurrahman

32. Sayyid Ali al-Akbar bin Sulayman

33. Sayyid Abdullah bin Ali al-Akbar

34. Sayyid Asror Karomah bin Abdullah

35. Hamim (son in law of Asror Karomah)

36. Abdul Latif bin Hamin al-Bangkalani

37. Kholil bin Abdul Latif al-Bangkalani

38. Musyaffa’ al-Bangkalani (1860-1951)

39. Ahmad al-Mastur Bangkalani (1918- )

40. Hudawwud Huwaduud Kasanpuro III.”

~ Wiyoso Hadi ( Moharram 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #7749

“Sunan Gunung Jati did not called

himself as Shadhili for his tariqat

is the integration of Kubrawiyya,

Naqshbandiyya, Shadhiliyya, and

Walisongoiyya in one divine path.”

~ Yos Wiyoso Hadi ( 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #7750

“While the path of Hudawwud is

an integration of 22 tariqa lines

which makes the path of gentle

Hudawwud Kasanpuro III much

more inclusive, also universally

more welcomed and accepted

than that of Sunan Gunungjati,

yet Muhammad Nuuh Ibrahim

Yuusuf Sulayman Musa Harun

Iysa Yos Hadi Hudawwud sees

himself as nothing in compare

to Mawlana Sunan Gunungjati.”

~ Yos Wiyoso Hadi (1395AH – )

 

“And We have not sent you (Muhammad), except as a mercy to the worlds.”

( Surat Al-‘Anbya‘ verse 107 )

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