Syedana Nasiruddin Sailani Badesha was a sufi saint of the Chishti Order. He arrived in India in 857 a.h. ( 1453 AD) by the blessings and order of Khaja Garibnawaz. He settled in Koppal and began teaching there. He was respected by many people, including kings. ...more on Wikipedia about "Nasiruddin Sailani Badesha"
Nasreddin (also commonly spelled Nasrudin, Nasredin, Nasruddin, Nasr Eddin, Nastradhin, Nasreddine, Nastratin, Nusrettin) was a lower Muslim cleric who lived in Central Asia during the Middle Ages. His name is often preceded or followed by the title of a religious scholar, theological teacher, or man of wisdom: "Khwaje", "Hodja", "Hoca", "Hogea", "Hodza", "Chotzas", "Mullah", "Mulla", "Molla", "Maulana". ...more on Wikipedia about "Nasreddin"
Nizamuddin Auliya (1238 - 1325 AD), also known as Hazrat Nizamuddin, is a famous Sufi saint of the Chishti Order in India. He was born in Badayun (east of Delhi), though he later settled in Delhi, where his shrine ( Nizamuddin Dargah) is still located. ...more on Wikipedia about "Nizamuddin Auliya"
Noor-un-Nisa Inayat Khan ( 2 January 1914 - 13 September 1944) was the sister Pir Vilayat Inayat Khan, the daughter of Hazrat Inayat Khan. Her mother, Ora Ray Baker, was a cousin of Mary Baker Eddy, the founder of the Christian Science movement. ...more on Wikipedia about "Noor-un-Nisa Inayat Khan"
Sheikh Nuh Ha Mim Keller, American Muslim translator and specialist in Islamic Law and an authorised Sheikh in tasawwuf. Born in 1954 in the north-western United States , was educated in philosophy and Arabic at the University of Chicago and UCLA. He entered Islam in 1977 at al-Azhar in Cairo , and later studied the traditional Islamic Sciences of hadith, Shafi'i and Hanafi jurisprudence, legal methodology ( usul al-fiqh ), and tenets of faith ( `aqidah ) in Syria and Jordan , where he has lived since 1980. ...more on Wikipedia about "Nuh Ha Mim Keller"
Obeid Zakani was a famous 14th century poet of Persia noted for his satire and obscene verses. ...more on Wikipedia about "Obeid Zakani"
He was born in 1898 in Khorja town of Buland-Sheher district (U.P.) India. He was "Syed" (descendent of the Holy Prophet). His father name was Syed Mehdi Badi-uddin Sherdil, and mother was Syeda Sa'ida. Qalandar Baba's maternal grandfather was a cousin of the great Sufi Saint Hazrat Baba Tajuddin Nagpuri. Qalandar Baba's birth-name was Mohammad Azeem; "Barkhiya" was his title; later he became famous with the name of "Qalandar Baba Auliya" after entering into the sainthood. ...more on Wikipedia about "Qalandar Baba Auliya"
Qutb al-Din al-Shirazi ( 1236– 1311) was a 13th century Persian scientist from Shiraz, Iran. ...more on Wikipedia about "Qutb al-Din al-Shirazi"
Qutbuddin Bakhtiar Kaki was a renowned Muslim Sufi saint and scholar in the Chishti Order from Delhi, India. He was the disciple and spiritual successor (khalifa) Moinuddin Chishti as head of the Chishti Order. His most famous disciple and spiritual successor was Fariduddin Ganjshakar. ...more on Wikipedia about "Qutbuddin Bakhtiar Kaki"
(Rabi'a al-'Adawiyya) Rabi’a al-‘Adawiyya (717-801 C.E.) was an 8th c. Sufi woman saint from Basrah in modern-day Iraq who first set forth the doctrine of mystical love, and who is widely considered to be the most important of the early Sufi poets. The defining work on her life and writing was written over 50 years ago by Margaret Smith, a small treatise written as a Master's Thesis. ...more on Wikipedia about "Rabi'a al-'Adawiyya"
Rajab al-Hafiz al-Bursi (d 1411) an Arab Shi'ite teologian and mystic. ...more on Wikipedia about "Rajab Bursi"
Saadi or Sadi (سعدی in Persian) (English name: Mushrif-ud-Din Abdullah) ( 1184 - 1283/ 1291?) was an Persian poet, a native of Shiraz, Persia. He wrote "The Orchard" (Boustan) in 1257,"The Rose Garden" (Golistan) in 1258. There is also a Divan, or collection of his poetry. There is some discrepancy about the date of his death, but he may have died a centenarian. ...more on Wikipedia about "Saadi"
:This article is about the original, turn of the century Shirdi Sai Baba from Bombay state (now Maharashtra). See Sai Baba for other persons calling themselves Sai Baba. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sai Baba of Shirdi"
Hakim Sanai (Abû'l-Majd Majdûd b. Adam Sanâ'î) was a Persian Sufi poet who lived in Ghazna, in what is now Afghanistan during 11th and 12th century. He probably died around 1150. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sanai"
Serigne Saliou Mbacke is the current Grand Marbout of the Mouride movement in Senegal. ...more on Wikipedia about "Serigne Saliou Mbacke"
Seyyed Hossein Nasr, ( Persian: سيد حسين نصر) A lifelong student and follower of Frithjof Schuon, Persian philosopher and renowned scholar of comparative religion, is a prominent authority in the fields of Islamic esoterism, sufism, philosophy of science, and metaphysics. He may be now the most famous Sufi Philosopher in the West. ...more on Wikipedia about "Seyyed Hossein Nasr"
Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai (1689 - 1752), was a great Sufi scholar and saint, and is considered as the greatest ever poet in the Sindhi language. He settled in the town of BhitShah in Sindh (present-day Pakistan). His most famous written work is the Shah Jo Risalo. His shrine is located in Bhit and attracts hundreds of devotees every day. The Early Life ...more on Wikipedia about "Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai"
Shah Inayat Qadiri was a Sufi saint most well known for being the spritual guide ( murshid) of the famous Punjabi poet Bulleh Shah. Shah Inayat lived in Lahore in present-day Pakistan and was an adherent of the Qadiri order of Sufism. ...more on Wikipedia about "Shah Inayat Qadiri"
Shahbaz Qalander is a Sufi saint revered by Hindus and Muslims of Sindh. The famous qawwali 'Lal meri pat Rakhiyo ...' is in honour of Udherolal and Shahbaz Qalander. ...more on Wikipedia about "Shahbaz Qalander"
Shams Tabraiz (also spelled Shams Tabriz, Shams Tabrez or Shamas Tabraiz): ...more on Wikipedia about "Shams Tabraiz"
One of the most famous and important Sheikhs of today, Sheikh Ul Islam Hadrat Madni Miya is the 39th decsendant of Muhammed. He is of the Qadriya, Chistiya, Ashrafiya silsila) order. ...more on Wikipedia about "Shaykh Ul Islam Sayyad Shah Muhammad Madani Miya al-Ashrafi al-Jilani" The article you are reading is from shortopedia
Abu Muhammad Sheikh Ruzbehan Baqli (1128-1209) was a poet, mystic, and sufi from Iran. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sheikh Ruzbehan"
Sidi Ahmed al-Tidjani ( 1737- 1815), in Arabic سيدي أحمد التجاني (Sīdī 'Aḥmad at-Tijānī), founded the Tijānī Sūfī order ( tarīqah) in the late eighteenth century in Fez, Morocco. The order he founded is called in Arabic the Tijāniyya. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sidi Ahmed al-Tidjani"
Sultan Bahu (ca 1628 - 1691) was a Muslim Sufi and saint of India, who founded the Sarwari Qadiri sufi order. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sultan Bahu"
Sünbül Efendi (died 1529 in Istanbul) was the founder of the Sunbuliyye Sufi order (also spelt Sunbuli). The Sunbuliyye were a derivative of the Khalwati (also spelt Halveti and Halvetiye ) order. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sünbül Efendi"
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