Abdul Qadir Jilani- Brief Intro of the Great Saint -Shaiekh Abdul Qadir Jilaani- Baghdad Iraq

Brief Intro of the Great Saint -
Shaiekh Abdul Qaadir Jilaani of Baghdad Iraq
[Rahmatul Laahi ‘Alaieh]

Abdul Qadir, Ghaus Pak, Jilan

Bismil-Laahir-Rahmaa Nir- Raheem

اوليائي تحت قبائي لا يعرفهم غيري *

My Auliyaah are hidden in My Divine Garb and no one
knows them besides Me. 

 Shaiekh Abdul Qaadir Jilaani,

(Rahmatul Laahi ‘Alaieh)

"Indeed there is no fear upon the Saint [Auliya of Allaah], nor shall they grieve; those who believe and used to fear Allaah much. For them are glad tidings in this life and the Hereafter..."

Holy Quraan...[Soorah Yoonus ]

"Allaah is the protector [ally] of those who believe, He takes them out of darkness into light."

 [Surah Baqarah ]

The fourth month of the Islamic calendar is Rabi ul Aakhir also known as Rabi us Saani.
The meaning of the word Rabi-ul-Aakhir means second month of spring.
In this very month is the Anniversary dedicated to the Great
  Shaiekh Abdul Qaadir 

[Rahmatul Laahi ‘Alaieh]

Muslims throughout the world in this month make arrangements to offer Niyaz and Fatihah of the Saint of Baghdad. Charity is also given in the name of Pious Saints of Islam as a means of conveying reward to these Blessed souls. The most universally celebrated Saint of all times and the most renowned in all the Aalameen [Worlds], among Jinn and men as well as among the Arwaah [Souls], the Malaaikaa [Angels], and the Rijaal ul Ghaib [Men of the Unseen], the beloved of Allaah Ta'aala who throughout history has been showered the titles of Muhyiddeen [Reviver of the Faith], Qutb Rabbaani [the Spiritual Axis established by the Lord], 
and Ghaus al A'zam 
[the Greatest Helper], 

Abdul Qadir, Gilani,

Hazrat Abu Muhammad Shaiekh Saiyyid Abdul Qaadir Jilaani, 

[Rahmatul Laahi ‘Alaieh]

was born in Ramadan 470 A.H/1077 C.E in Jilaan/ Gilan, Iran [Persia]
The Crown of the Saints Abdul Qaadir al-Jilaani  is a descended from the family of the Blessed Prophet Muhammad [Sallal Laahu Alaieh Wa Sallam] He was a direct descendent of Hazrat Imaam Hasan and Hazrat Imaam Husaien [Radiyal Laahu 'Anhu]

Paternally he is the twelfth generation linked to Hazrat Ali via Imaam Hassan and maternally he is the fifteenth generation linked to Hazrat Ali  via Imaam Husaien 

[Radiyal Laahu Anhuma]

“Before he was born, His father was blessed with a dream of the Holy Prophet [Sallal Laahu Alaieh Wa Sallam] who informed me,

‘O Abu Saleh! Allaah Kareem will bestow you an upright son. He will also be my son, my beloved and beloved to Allaah .Soon amongst the Saints...the Friends of Allaah  [Auliyaa] and of all Spiritual Poles [Aqtaab] his status will be such like my status amongst the Prophets and Messengers.

I am the leader of all Prophets whilst he will be the leader of all Saints’ …..

No person can attain sainthood without his blessing and seal of approval. His faiz is flowing presently and will always flow. He is the King of Saints whose grave is at his blessed court (Darbar) in Baghdad, Iraq visited by the Spiritual Elite and general public. 

After receiving his early education at home and at a school in Jilaan he proceeded to Baghdad Shareef in pursuit of knowledge and learning there. ..
In Baghdad, a great center of Islamic learning in those days, Hazrat became the favorite pupil of the Principal of the Jamia Nizamiah.  He studied there for 8 years and acquired mastery in all branches of learning.

Baghdad, Iraq
Abdul Qadir Mazar

Having completed his education, Hazrat, set out to acquire spiritual training.  He spent many years, undergoing the rigors of spiritual life, and passing his time in meditation and search of truth and Allaah Almighty. He, at last became a disciple of renowned saint of his time.
Hazrat, settled down in Baghdad and devoted the rest of his life to the service of Islam and mankind. His lectures enriched by his worldly education and spiritual training attracted large gatherings, numbering thousands of people at a time.

He became a teacher and took to teaching in the seminary of his teacher; Soon he became popular with his pupils. His fame spread far and nears. Pupils flocked to him. In the morning he taught lessons on Tradition and Commentary, and in the after-noon held discourse on Mysticism and the virtues of the Qu'raan. The number of students increased so much that the seminary could no more contain them. 

He, therefore, decided to extend the premises of the seminary. The campus buildings were ready in 528 Hijri and thereafter it came to be known as Madarsaa-e-Qadriya.

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