Kumpulan Hikmah Pancalaku (776)

PART SEVEN HUNDRED SEVENTY SIX

 

Hikmah #7751

“Kholil al-Bangkalani who is

one of the grandmasters of

the Hudawwudiyya Golden

line is the 32nd generation

direct descendant of Habib

NabiyuLlah Muhammad (s)

 

1.   Muhammad (saws)

2.   Fatimah az-Zahra (ra)

3.   Hussayn ibn Abi Talib (ra)

4.   Ali Zaynal Abidin ibn Hussayn

5.   Muhammad al-Baqir bin Ali

6.   Jafar as-Sadiq bin Muhammad

7.   Ali al-Uraidi bin Jafar as-Sadiq

8.   Muhammad an-Naqib bin Ali

9.   Isa bin Muhammad an-Naqib

10. Ahmad al-Muhajir bin Isa

11. Abdullah bin Ahmad

12. Alawy bin Abdullah

13. Muhammad bin Alawy

14. Alawy bin Muhammad

15. Ali Khali Qasam bin Alawy

16. Muhammad Sahib Mirbat

17. Ali bin Muhammad S. Mirbat

18. Muhammad al-Muqaddam

19. Ali bin Muh. al-Muqaddam

20. Hasan at-Turabi bin Ali

21. Muhammad bin Hasan

22. Basyaiban bin Muhammad

23. Abdul Wahhab bin Basyaiban

24. Muhammad bin Abdul Wahhab

25. Umar bin Muhammad

26. Abdurrahman bin Umar

27. Sulayman bin Abdurrahman

28. Ali al-Akbar bin Sulayman

29. Abdullah bin Ali al-Akbar

30. Asror Karomah bin Abdullah

31. Khadija binti Asror (wife of Hamim)

32. Abdul Lathif bin Hamim Bangkalani

33. Kholil bin Abdul Latif Bangkalani.”

~ Yos Hadi (Moharram 5, 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #7752

“Besides that, Kholil al-Bangkalani

is the descendant of Sunan Kudus,

Sunan Ampel-Sunan Drajat, Sunan

Giri, Sunan Gunung Jati, and other

members of the Majlis Walisongo.”

~ Yos Hadi (Moharram 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #7753

“The character of Kholil Bangkalani

resembled more the characters of

Sunan Kudus, Sunan Ngudung and

Sunan Giri and then the character

of Sunan Ampel and Sunan Drajat

and then the characters of Sunan

Gunung Jati and his son Mawlana

Hasanuddin, the Sunan of Banten.”

~ Yos Hadi (Moharram 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #7754

“While the character of Hudawwud

resembles more the more clement

warm character of Mawlana Malik

Ibrahim al-Kashan and then that of

Mawlana Ishaq as-Samarqand and

then that of Sunan Kalijaga, Sunan

Ampel and his sons Sunan Bonang

and Sunan Drajat, and then that of

Maulana Syaikh Sunan Gunungjati.”

~ Yos 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 #7755

“Since 2007, three years after the first

meeting for two nights-two days with

Ahmad al-Mastur, Hudawwud can do

fana easily in any grandshaykh across

tariqa he likes and absorbs their lataif

light including in Abu Ahmad Sughuri,

Muhammad al-Madani, Sharaf ‘uddin

Daghestani, Abdullah Faiz Daghestani

and in Burhanul Kurama and uses the

Lataif power of them to bring people

across the globe to Allah Hu Rahman

through silent uwaysiyya connection.”

~ Yos Hadi (Moharram 5, 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #7756

“Yet, the unbroken non-Uwaisiya link

connecting Hudawwud to Abu Bakar

as-Siddiq is not through those noble

five but through Naqshband Hamidi

far-reaching spiritual line as follows:

 

1. Muhammad (saws)

 

Tariqat Siddiqiyya:

2. Abu Bakr as-Siddiq (573-634)

3. Salman al-Farsi (died in 656)

4. Abdullah Ibn Abbas (619-687)

5. Al-Qasim al-Faqih ( 662-730 )

 

Siddiqiyya-Imamiyya:

6. Ja’far as-Sadiq (702-765)

7. Musa al-Kazim (745-799)

8. Ali ar-Rida (765-818)

9. Muhammad at-Taqi (811-835)

10. Ali al-Hadi an-Naqi (829-868)

11. Hassan al-Askari (846-874)

 

Tariqat Tayfuriyya:

12. Tayfur Bayazid al-Bistami (804-878)

13. Muhammad al-Maghribi (844 – )

14. Abu Yazid al-‘Ishqi al-Iraqi (917 – )

15. Abu’l Muzaffar at-Turk (936 – )

16. Abu’l Hasan Ali Kharqani (963-1034)

17. Abu’l Qasim al-Jurjani (990-1058)

18. Abu Ali al-Farmadi (1042-1117)

 

Tariqat Hamadaniyya:

19. Yusuf al-Hamadani (1048-1141)

 

Khwajagan-Hamadaniyya:

20. Abdul Khaliq al-Ghujdawani

21. Arif ar-Riwakri (died in 1219)

22. Mahmud Faghnawi (died 1307)

23. Ali Azizan Ramitani (1189-1315)

24. Baba as-Samasi (died 1354)

25. Amir Kulal (1278-1370)

 

Tariqat Naqshbandiyya:

26. Bahauddin Naqshband (1318-1389)

27. Alauddin al-Attar (died 1402)

28. Yaqub al-Jarkhi (1361-1447)

29. Ubaydullah al-Ahrar (1404-1490)

30. Muhammad az-Zahid (1452-1529)

31. Darwish Muhammad (died 1562)

32. Muhammad Amkanaki (1512-1600)

33. Muhammad Baqi bilLah (1564-1603)

 

Naqshband-Mujaddidiyya:

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

35. Muhammad Ma’sum (1599-1668)

36. Sayfuddin al-Faruqi (1640-1685)

37. Hafiz Muhammad Muhsin (1645-1717)

38. Nur Muhammed Badayuni (died 1723)

 

Nasqhband-Mazhariyya:

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

40. Abdullah Shah Ghulam Ali (1743-1824)

 

Naqshband-Khalidiyya:

41. Khalid al-Baghdadi Kurd (1779-1827)

42. Ismail Kurdumeri Shirwani (1787-1840)

43. Khas Muhammad Shirwani (1786-1844)

44. Muhammad al-Yaraghi (1777-1848)

45. Jamaluddin al-Ghumuqi (1788-1869)

46. Husain ash-Shirwani ad-Daghestani

 

Abdul Hamid Spiritual Line

47. Abdul Hamid Daghestani (died 1884)

48. Kholil al-Bangkalani (1820-1925)

49. Musyaffa’ Bangkalani (1860-1951)

50. Ahmad al-Mastur Bangkalani (1918- )

51. Hudawwud Huwaduud Kasanpuro III.”

~ Wiyoso Hadi (Moharram 5, 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #7757

“Abdul Hamid ad-Daghestani was not

only a grandsheikh in Naqshbandiya

way but also a Mufti (qualified jurist)

on the law of Alquran in the heart of

Islam which is in the holy city Mecca.”

~ Yos Hadi ( Moharram 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #7758

“The father of Abdul Hamid Daghestani

was Al-Husain as-Shirwani Daghestani,

who was one of the many disciples of

Jamaluddin Hasani Husayni Ghumuqi.”

~ Yos Hadi (Moharram 5, 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #7759

“It was Jamaluddin al-Ghumuqi who

also advised Hudawwud to not only

fana in the Hudawwudiyya masters

but also fana in other grandsheikhs

including in Abu Ahmad as-Sughuri,

Muhammad Madani, Sharafud-Din,

Abdullah Daghestani, and Burhanul

Kurama for awliya should be united.”

~ Yos Hadi ( Moharram 1395AH – )

 

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

( Surat Al-‘Anbya‘ verse 107 )

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